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I am a sucker for rust. I would buy it and restore it just as a project. That is how I fill my shop with tools, and spent a lot of my time. I have disassembled almost every machine I have. Cleaned/repaired and tweeked it. Still looking for that joiner, and several other big items.
 

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It certainly doesn't look bad to me. I'm with Mud on this one. My grizzley cabinet saw and Delta planer was under water for 3 days before I bought them. I even had the electric motor in pieces all over my shop floor.
 

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Jump on that Puppy! I used to own one and put it through the paces for 5 years.
Divorce made me sell it, but later bought another newer model from Grizzley.
 

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Looks lie a good buy? Does Grizzly still have parts and blades for it?
 

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In my experience, that means he's getting a million responses and that he's already sold it. Many people are terrible about getting back to people once they sell an item. They also don't take their ads down, which is annoying.
 

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....Many people are terrible about getting back to people once they sell an item. They also don t take their ads down, which is annoying.
....it's rude too. It's easy to delete the ad, plus it keeps people from bugging you about the item….guess I don't understand the issue with removing the ad when the item is no longer available.
 

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The good deals always go the fastest and I share the same sentiments about those who don't delete ad's when the item is no longer available.
 

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I wonder if some people mistakenly delete the email notification from CL, as opposed to actually deleting the ad link from within the email….then they can no longer delete the ad at all, and have to wait to the end of the 45 day expiration.
 

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You guys are probably right but I'll wait it out.

Stupid is as stupid does. I have learned to not be surprised at most anything anymore. Thanks for the help anyhow. larry
 
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