RE: [sawsmith] fun with a saw
That's almost crazy on those prices. But I suppose if the demand is there
someone will be willing to pay the $200.
Frequently I find myself using the book out in the shop and then wishing I
had brought it in the house as I think of something I want to check on
later. So it was worth the $15 or $20 to me buy a second copy of Fun With A
Saw so I could have one in both places. In fact, I have duplicates of
almost all of my tool manuals and stuff, especially the Shopsmith ones.
With my rotten knees even avoiding a trip out to the shop is nice.
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Subject: RE: [sawsmith] fun with a saw
I have looked at those books on e-bay. The one for 145.00 is a yellow cover.
There is also a black cover 1953 edition for 4.99 with the dust cover. On
another site they want 0ver 200. for Power Tool Woodworking For Everyone but
no picture. Fun with a Saw came with the Sawsmith. grandpadon47