I plan on selling this saw , but would like to hear from others, on what a
fair price to ask would be
I haven't put it to much use, but what I have, it runs tight and
Thank You in Advance
Actually the 7790 is a 10" saw and I don't think Original
makes (ever made) anything that small.
If you want to unload it really fast ask $100. I think
getting something in the $200 range would be more in line
for real value and if you wait long enough for the right
buyer something in the $300 range could be doable. Above
that and you're either a hellava salesman or someone really
wants that saw.
Not trying to dis the 7790 but comparing it to the Original
One of them is 200 lbs. huger than the other.
Actually the 7790 I have and the one in the OP pictures is a 12" saw. I
think the 7730/40 is the 10" saw but I am not sure. Mine is the all dark
grey version. I cannot compare it to a Original Saw Company saw as I have
never used or even seen one, but it compares fine to most of the industrial
DeWalts from the 50's and 60's that I have seen and used. Granted it's not
a 5-7.5hp motor, but it has handled 8 and 16/4 hard maple with no problems.
It's as well built or better than my 1957 9" MBF.
I felt I was fortunate getting mine for $650 after only being used to build
to kitchens worth of cabinets.
I want to Thank you guys for responding......
The saw was definitely built as a 12" saw. Back around the late 70's, this
saw was purchased by a gentlemen who was in the process of setting up a wood
shop, for his soon to be retirement, when he became ill and passed away.
From what I have been told, it sat for 20 years, until the wife passed away.
My thoughts were it has to be worth about $350.00, if any one is interested,
please let me know, I'll entertain
all offers..............Next week I plan to try E-Bay..........I am in
Central NJ, on the ocean.....
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