It's an 8520 & it's $800. Seems like a good deal to me - Reliable Tools
just had a 8520 sell for $1700 on eBay. 'Course it looked a lot better
than the CL one.
How bad good the CL one be (serious question)?
What does it weigh? = what its worth
nay Bridgeports rule - Specifically older models before buyout after
buyout & casting changes.
I know of a nice, very little use, round ram F/S- cute little bugger
- would fit nice in anyone's garage. 5 bills You'd have a piece of
true Americana. Toolmakers/Die&Moldmakers machine. You know, they guys
that use to made just about the "1st off" of everything before going
PROduction & needing clumsy work horse machines like Clausing's or
just my 2 cents = discounted because of today's economy = 1 penny for
Now ya did it, ya got me going. The thing is so cute & small to fit in
the corner of the garage
w/o 3phase power(minor problem), uses the small M/T type collets. We
always had an M head on the back tang of a normal J head machine for
the "small" work & sensitive quill action+ ya got a few more RPM out
of it than the old belt drive heads.
most likely gone, its been a few months since I've physically seen it
or talked to the guy.
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