A couple of years ago, someone was closing his grinding shop and offered to sell me three Cinci #2's for around $500 apiece tooled. The drive was too far and my Toyota Tacoma too underpowered to haul that sized trailer, so I passed on that deal. Glad I did. The Cinci's are huge. Those things are really white elephants because of their weight / size. I have two KO Lees and they're nice sized grinders. The KO Lees come in three sizes - small (300 series), medium (600 &
900 series) and large (6000 series) Similar to what I'm reading between the lines on what you're thinking, in retirement, not too many years in the future for me, I could see potting around selling resharpened endmills to other hobby machinists. One of my machines came with a Weldon endmill grinding fixture.
What Gunner or someone else said about there not being many buyers right now is true. I doubt I'd break even on my two unless I sold some of the tooling separately, so that each machine came with only minimal tooling. I bought with the idea that when they're gone from industry in general, they'll be somewhat rare and possibly more desireable, and over time inflation will give me the dollars back, if not the entire purchasing power of the initial cost.
Recent Craigslist prices for KO Lees in my region have been running from $950 to $1500. I doubt either sold. I know the one at $950 didn't because I tried to buy some tooling from the seller about 6 weeks after the posting. It was still around and the guy decided to just hang onto it rather than sell it at what he considered to be a giveaway price. My intuition is that they should sell for around $450 with some tooling. A few hundred more if they come with tooling that you could actually do something with, like the end mill grinding fixture. I bought my second one this spring for $650, but it came with a complete second grinding head for a 6000 series machine, plus a little tooling. Cleaning up the second head is a work in progress.
Iggy, contact me off list. If you're seeing stuff like that come up for sale in your area, maybe you'll run across some tooling I'd like to buy. I can give you a photographic shopping list to keep your eyes peeled for.
Nice score on the Cuttermaster. I see those for sale in Craigslist periodically. The asking price is typically $1100. They're small enough and new enough that they may actually sell for close to that price, although a regular T&C grinder is more versatile.
I think that's a borazon wheel on your end mill grinder. Those things are expensive. Unlike the diamond wheels that the Chinese have copied, I don't think they're duplicating the borazon wheels yet. At least I didn't spot any on ebay. The coating on them is pretty thin. Use a standard vitreous wheel to do your learning in case you learn the hard way. I haven't mounted my borazon wheel yet.
I don't have a Cuttermaster. Only KO Lee's. You probably need to scrounge around for a manual for it. Check the grinding groups on Yahoo. Someone there is likely to have one, or you might find pictures of one in the photos section.