For those who were commenting on me delivery my planer to Houston:
I just sold a whole bunch of Bessy K-body clamps, 24" and 36", for $35 a
pair, got that A PAIR.
Eat your hearts out :)
(Sorry for wasting the bandwidth)
Been there. Lived in a condo for four years before moving into this
I made some drawers for a kitchen remodel out in the yard. Had all of
my hand power tools, plus a small workbench, and one of my roll-around
tool chests in the spare bedroom. Didn't sell anything.
A) K-bodies don't take up much space. Surely a closet... 2) K-bodies
Geez, how much storage do you have? When I had four units going (two
of them 10x20, the other two were smaller) I wasn't paying much more
than that. Now that I'm down to two (the big two), I'm paying quite a
bit less than that.
Well, no, quite frankly. I'd have sold my Unisaw, or my DC-380, maybe
even one of the kids, before I'd have sold a single K-body,
especially at divorce prices...oh.
Don't feel sorry. It was one of the best things I ever did for my self.
Do you know why divorces are so expensive?
They're worth it.
I did keep a Veritas 4-1/2 smoother and Lie Nielson dovetail saw. I could
pick up a couple of good panel saws, rip and cross cut, a good jack and
jointer plane, maybe a scrub plane and build just about anything I want out
on my patio, without all the noise and dust.
Maybe I should have kept the Bessys, but newly divorced people don't think
clearly. I believe it is better for someone to put them to good use than
for me to hide them in a closet. You know, all of us wooddorkers are in
this together. If we don't help each other who will?
F. (sorry for wasting the bandwidth)
Hey, don't think I don't appreciate the deal on the clamps, not to mention
the Delta 16 1/2" drill press, 1 hp Powermatic mortiser(with a full set of
chisels), 6 inch Jet jointer, not to mention the forstner and boremax bits
you threw in for good measure. Thanks for the great deals Frank. Those
clamps are gonna come in mighty handy! Much appreciated.
Yeh, I know how you feel.
Today I sold a nice lathe with copying jig, tools, stand, and other
accessories for $70. Cost over $500. I felt like crap.
No wait... I bought it for $70. I feel great. Sorry...
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