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Old 07-05-2013, 06:06 AM
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I am going to sell it on CL.
I'll look for comps also.

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I can't tell you what it's worth, but I can tell you they don't make them like that anymore.
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I found this so far.
Maybe 1951.
http://vintagemachinery.org/photoind...il.aspx?id=122

This one says between 1930 and 1950. All cast iron.
http://lumberjocks.com/Brian024/blog/21198

http://brainio.us/2008/03/15/restori...tsman-bandsaw/

It maybe more sout after then I thought. Before they started making thing on the cheap.


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I'd give you $200 for it.
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Whatever someone will pay

Kinda like this one. Works pissa
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I don't know what it might be worth to a collector but personally I wouldn't pay more than $50 for it. Now if it was a big old industrial band saw I would pay plenty.
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That is a very lightweight Craftsman saw with what looks like a 1/2 hp motor.
On a good day it might bring $100, but $75 is more like it.
The only smaller saws from that vintage that are worth more than $250 are the Delta 14" - those usually sell for $300-350 if they are complete with a stand 3/4 or 1 hp motor and fence.
The old iron people drool over are the big (24-36") Delta's, Oliver's, Powermatic's, Rockwell's, Northfield's & Crescent's.
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$75 imo

Most folks are looking for 14"+, that's only 12"
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Good luck finding parts for it.
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Originally Posted by Mark Y View Post
Good luck finding parts for it.

It says to use the catalogue or visit the local Sears store.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Paul View Post
It says to use the catalogue or visit the local Sears store.
Seeing how they don't make catalogues any more and Sears will soon be out of bidniz I would say we're screwed.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Paul View Post
It says to use the catalogue or visit the local Sears store.
PS. Better yet, seeing how Craftsman has a lifetime warranty, bust that sucker up and tote it back for a replacement.

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