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vincent52100

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When I was looking for a Lathe I found one in Knoxville TN but it seemed expensive,he’s says 3000 and serious inquires only. Am I missing something? The post id is 6598605268.
Haven’t figured out how to cut and paste on an ipad so i couldn’t post a picture
 

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It has a lot of additional profit added in.
Seriously, that is more than 3 times what it would bring in the Chicago area. A decent 820 usually brings 1200 - 1500 depending on accessories and condition. I would pass.
 

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I thought it was too high. Bought an 820.
 

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Good decision. The 820 is a great machine. But....no pics, it didn't happen
 

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Prices also vary widely in different parts of the country because historically, most manufacturing was in the North and North East, so machines tend to be relatively plentiful up there. I bought my Atlas Mill from a guy up near Detroit.
 
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