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dragonflyxlii

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    Palouse, Washington U.S.
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    Scratch Building Baltimore Clippers, Lake Boats & Xebecs

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  1. dragonflyxlii

    Where do you come from

    Live down the road from Connell in Kennewick WA.
  2. Hi :

     
    I actually don’t want too much I don’t think. Let me take a picture so you know what it looks like and then you and I can talk. Should get to it this afternoon my time.
     
    Regards, Dave.
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    2. Eddie

      Eddie

      Could you put you finger on the blade and take 1 more pic thanks

    3. dragonflyxlii

      dragonflyxlii

      You Know, I would take US $150 but its going to take another $100 to ship minimum and then there is voltage conversion etc. I believe you might be happier with a new Proxxon saw compatible with your electrical system. The motor is 115 volts 60 HZ. The metal table is about 6 by 10 inches. I am worried too much about shipping safely.

       

      Best Regards, Dave

    4. Eddie

      Eddie

      Ok don't worry about it then thanks.    :bird-vi:

  3. Hi: I actually have a Preac saw I don't really need with some extra blades. But it would probably be prohibitively expensive to ship this out of the country (U.S.)

     

    Regards, Dave

  4. THESE Books have been claimed. 

    Thanks so much for looking!

    1. Landlocked123

      Landlocked123

      The books are beautiful.  Dragonfly got them to me in 2 days!  It was a pleasure doing business with him.

      Best,

      John

       

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