10" Delta tilt-top table saw Ser.# 5-9297
I believe this saw was purchased by my father about the time I was born or shortly thereafter(I was born in 1934). My father died in 1958 and I became the owner of the saw when I married in 1961. I have used it in my home workshop since then and it is still in very good condition for a 70+ year old saw. I did purchase a new mitergage years ago as the original seemed to have play in it(I still have the original and use it with my Delta 14" band saw).
Because my wife and I are planning to move to an apartment in the near future I will be disposing of my woodworking equipment (the newer pieces will go to my sons-in-law), but I'm not sure how to dispose of this vintage saw. Any suggestions? I do not have any safety equipment or guards and I assume they were never acquired at the time of original purchase. I live in the greater Milwaukee area and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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