That's interesting. I like viewing and/or reading of older tools and
Reminded me of my recent more good fortune, re: drill bits: Two years
ago, a elderly friend, Jay, gave me her BIL's woodshop (he passed away
and no one wanted his stuff). The cache included ca. 1950s table saws
(free standing 10" and bench 8"), shaper, drill press, lathe, vise, an
assortment of cabinets and a shed of lumber (walnut, mahogany, cherry,
white oak - total 4000 or more bd ft). Two weeks ago, Jay called to
inform me there were more tools (they were inside the home, not in the
shop), that no one in her family wanted. She asked if I would take
them. Included in this cache were misc. hand tools, a Rockwell
router, B&D circular saw, #6 Stanley plane, several drills (electric
and brace) and a nice assortment of (mostly) Irwin bits, reamers and
the like: http://www.flickr.com/photos/43836144@N04/5445005971 /
Dayum, Sonny. Will you be able to get all that to your shop before
the tornado hits? You SUCK, bigtime, after those two gimmes!
Experience is a good teacher, but she send in terrific bills.
-- Minna Thomas Antrim
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