Cleveland Universal Mill 2U

Meltro

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Posted previously, I recently purchased one unit of Universal Milling Machine of unknown parentage. Near as I can tell this was imported and rebranded, although it does not appear to be an Ajax machine, as just about everything save the overall style is different. There is ample evidence that the machine was made in Spain, so if anyone knows of a manufacturer of note I can check their lineup and see if this matches with anything.

Anyhow, $260 for the machine, $420 for truck and trailer plus mileage, $260 for storage for three weeks, ~$200 in wood, straps, steel, and chain....under $1200 delivered.

Oh, and it came with a dozen or so tool holders that I spaced on taking pictures of, including a collet set :eek:

Will be using this thread to update on installation etc, but need to install phase converter and run a 60 amp line to the garage before the real fun begins.

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Nice mill , and I also spotted a 92 or 93 Cheby ! :grin: I'm working on a 93 K1500 2 door Blazer and just replaced the grill and all lights . I've got some rustless red fenders on a Suburban I'm getting ready to scrap ;)
 

Meltro

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Nice mill , and I also spotted a 92 or 93 Cheby ! :grin: I'm working on a 93 K1500 2 door Blazer and just replaced the grill and all lights . I've got some rustless red fenders on a Suburban I'm getting ready to scrap ;)
'88 actually, K2500. Just purchased it as well for $800. Replaced all front brakes, only thing left from making it my daily is a nagging belt issue I haven't tracked down. And yea, it needs new panels everywhere...I plan on practicing welding for a bit before giving up and just buying new ones
 
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