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lots of extras too

https://hartford.craigslist.org/tls/...366609222.html


all those chucks and facplates etc are not cheap bought separately


not sure how good the deal is








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On Friday, December 8, 2017 at 2:41:26 PM UTC-6, Electric Comet wrote:
lots of extras too

https://hartford.craigslist.org/tls/...66609222..html


all those chucks and faceplates etc. are not cheap bought separately


not sure how good the deal is


I doubt its a bad deal. IF you need 4 chucks. And several different jaws to go on the chucks. I would bet the four chucks and jaws are well over $1000 when bought. BUT, who really needs four chucks? I can understand two chucks. Maybe, maybe even three. But four? The tools shown are just small scrapers I think. Not turning tools. I think the $1600 price is probably fair. Good looking Oneway Midi with extension bed. And lots of extra drivers.

But its kind of like the ready to retire old guy who has always wanted a Corvette to look cool to the ladies. OK. Buy one Corvette when you are 59 years old to impress the girls. But why have an extra three more Corvettes sitting in the garage. One Corvette is enough to impress the girls. If you drove four different colors of Corvettes on your four dates with the girl, they would probably think you are an idiot for wasting your money on four Corvettes. One Corvette is enough.
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On Fri, 8 Dec 2017 13:07:51 -0800 (PST)
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I doubt its a bad deal. IF you need 4 chucks. And several different
jaws to go on the chucks. I would bet the four chucks and jaws are
well over $1000 when bought. BUT, who really needs four chucks? I
can understand two chucks. Maybe, maybe even three. But four? The
tools shown are just small scrapers I think. Not turning tools. I
think the $1600 price is probably fair. Good looking Oneway Midi
with extension bed. And lots of extra drivers.


yeah the chisels are carving tools meant to be used manually by hand











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