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LARGE MONARCH LATHE IN NEED OF SAVING.

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BROCKWOOD

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https://www.ebay.com/itm/Monarch-Ma...143855?hash=item2843ad9f6f:g:A6EAAOSw~RVZ6PaV

While I do see myself going to get a lathe such as this in the future: I can't do this owner justice. It is a long way for me, but mostly my schedule will not allow such an adventure until next spring. Please comment on condition etc as I am as new to this as can be. Please feel free to go & rescue it from the scrapyard before it has to go!
 

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Man, I can squeeze that into my shop:cheerful::grin:
Wish it were closer than 11 hours away
 

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Man, I can squeeze that into my shop:cheerful::grin:
Wish it were closer than 11 hours away
He said he is willing to deliver.
 

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At 2 dollars a mile
 

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That would totally fill my shop. but only $216 for transportation. Sorry, Fellas, Not for me.
 

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I would pick it up but 2,000 miles is a bit of a drive for me.
 

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I’ve got the time and truck but I just don’t have the room for it.
 

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That would be a great chance for someone to have an excellent piece of heavy American metal. Only a few miles from its birthplace too in Ohio. I don't have room or would consider it

That large of a swing and length with a nice working taper attachment could make some nice signal cannons for 4th of July!

Wouldn't need to be a project lathe either. Connect it and use it forever as it is, decades from now your great great grandchildren use it or sell it for a profit.

And with delivery..

EDIT, AND threading capability
 
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