(Verona, New Jersey)
This was Dad's pride and joy-it has sat in the basement ever since I've been alive. I'm looking to pass it on to the next craftsman. What I need is someone to tell me where I can sell it. I don't want to use Ebay as I can't mess with shipping (the saw is in the family house, which is an hour from where I live).
I also would like to get a fair price for it-I've seen prices all over the place for these things and I need help!From whatI can tell, the saw is all original.
Delta Unisaw...s/n 85-8917
Measures 30 x 36
1 HP/ 115/230 Volts
Also, I have a Delta Jigsaw of the same vintage.
This machine looks to have a replacement (non-Delta) motor, A Brown-Brickmeyer 110/220 1/3 HP motor
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