Are you buying or selling ?
The smart answer is whatever someone will pay for it.
Check with any of the major suppliers of used woodworking machinery.
Some people pay mad money for old machines on the basis that they don't
make them like they used to, to which all I can say is 'Thank God'
As an aside, surely Wadkin would have made joiners not jointers.
Paul Mc cann
What condition ?
What size ?
What motor ? single or three ?
What tooling is with it ? Are the knives in good condition ? Any
Where is it, how heavy is it to move, does it break down easily for
estate car transport, and can you assist with loading ?
Wadkin stuff is always sought after. Now I don't know their jointers,
but if this is a 9" jointer then I guess it's ideal for the
well-heeled amateur or small-scale furniture maker who wants Wadkin's
quality but can't find space for their usual behemoths. These are also
people with slightly deeper pockets (and certainly longer arms) than
those buying >12" wide three-phase-only kit.
I'd suggest some web searching for the many dealers who handle this
kit, but eBay often seems to give both buyer and seller a better deal
for a one-off that's car or light van-sized. My own Wadkin saw (the
ubiquitous 10AGS) came from there.
With an email address like that, you might even find that another
reader of this newsgroup might take an interest 8-)
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