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Re: [atlas_craftsman] FS: 10" Atlas Lathe(s)-Mesa, Az

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  • j.c.gerber@tbwil.ch
    Hi Marty, You really want to use a 6 after having a 10 ? Jean-Claude, Switzerland www.homestead.com/turnandmill ... From: Marty Escarcega
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 1, 2001
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      Hi Marty,

      You really want to use a 6" after having a 10" ?

      Jean-Claude, Switzerland
      www.homestead.com/turnandmill


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Marty Escarcega <escarcega@...>
      To: <atlas_craftsman@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Monday, July 02, 2001 12:52 PM
      Subject: [atlas_craftsman] FS: 10" Atlas Lathe(s)-Mesa, Az


      > I have one complete 10" (TH42) and one 10" parts machine (TH54). Set
      > of change gears, 3 jaw chuck. The parts machine lacks a tailstock and
      > a couple tumbler gears. (just looking at a glance) The complete
      > machine also has its cast iron legs and a motor an interesting little
      > tool holder. Both are have Timken Bearing headstocks. One is a little
      > newer than the other as the complete machine has the foward/reverse
      > box on the leadscrew and the other has a more traditional tumbler
      > lever.
      >
      > I would like to sell them both together for $600 and you pick up.
      > Might consider trading them for a 6" Atlas nicely tooled.
      >
      > Email me directly if interested. I can provide a couple pictures of
      > the machines on request.
      >
      > Marty
    • Marty Escarcega
      I have one complete 10 (TH42) and one 10 parts machine (TH54). Set of change gears, 3 jaw chuck. The parts machine lacks a tailstock and a couple tumbler
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 2, 2001
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        I have one complete 10" (TH42) and one 10" parts machine (TH54). Set
        of change gears, 3 jaw chuck. The parts machine lacks a tailstock and
        a couple tumbler gears. (just looking at a glance) The complete
        machine also has its cast iron legs and a motor an interesting little
        tool holder. Both are have Timken Bearing headstocks. One is a little
        newer than the other as the complete machine has the foward/reverse
        box on the leadscrew and the other has a more traditional tumbler
        lever.

        I would like to sell them both together for $600 and you pick up.
        Might consider trading them for a 6" Atlas nicely tooled.

        Email me directly if interested. I can provide a couple pictures of
        the machines on request.

        Marty
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