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James Wright sharpscarbine@gmail.com I am interested in machine shop tools of the mid to late 1800's. I am currently working on restoring to working condition a Putnam lathe from 1863. I am now looking for a mill from the same time frame. My interests include machining, gunsmithing, odd jobs, general metal work, and just about anything hands on. I m looking to build a swage press, project currently working on it in AUTOCAD. You can find me on facebook and you can see photos of ongoing projects and videos of work on them. I use a trail cam posted over my work area then use my laptop to turn the photos into a video of the days progress.


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11 Jun 2010
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10:33:16
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I have a couple old machines & I'm always looking for more. I have a 22" Cincinnati drill press that I am seeing info on. I'd like to know what color they were painted to start with. I ahve found blue, green, yellow,


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29 Jul 2010
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16:29:21
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I have an old Graham variable speed drive I want to sell. I want to know the approximate value. I have photos that I can e-mail. Ray Barnes rbarnes7@woh.rr.com


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Date:
20 Feb 2011
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22:06:38
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I have Grinding machine, Gear cutting machine that are belt driven and would like to sale them. the belt driven sheet metal cutter is missing a piece that was broke off of the wheel. They are seazed up but can be worked loose w/a little oil. e-mail j_l.garcia@yahoo.com phone# 575-494-0714


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25 Feb 2011
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17:37:16
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My name is Bruce Booher and I have always loved machines. The more parts that move, the better. I am in Sacramento CA. My wife is a blacksmith, so we are always looking for things for her smithy. I would love to save these machines from scrap, so if you hear of anything heading for a certain death, I would love to helpl


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michael a moore e mail michaelmooresr@yahoo.com i have a general catalogue the deane of holyoke pumping machinery in ecellcent condition printed in 1901 can anyone tell me something about this i dont collect steam equip i just found the bokk your help we be greatly appricaited


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01 Sep 2011
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michael a moore e mail michaelmooresr@yahoo.com i have a general catalogue the deane of holyoke pumping machinery in ecellcent condition printed in 1901 can anyone tell me something about this i dont collect steam equip i just found the bokk your help we be greatly appricaited


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