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    My husband is quite ill and we are selling a large heavey Gilbro Combination Table Saw. It has a Planer and Dowling Jig. He purchased it new in the 1950's and is in very good working condition. My question is...what would a fair price be for Table Saw? Thanks in advance.

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    You will probably need to post a photo of it if you can or at least a model number/type.

    Good luck
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    Good luck

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    It's always hard to give a price on old machines so as Lappa has pointed out take a look at what similar machines are being sold for. The machine does look to be in good condition. Only real test is to put it up with an asking price and see how things go. You can always reduce that later if there are no takers. Take a look at some items up on this market place to get an idea of how things are conducted. Prices often get adjusted. Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orraloon View Post
    It's always hard to give a price on old machines so as Lappa has pointed out take a look at what similar machines are being sold for. The machine does look to be in good condition. Only real test is to put it up with an asking price and see how things go. You can always reduce that later if there are no takers. Take a look at some items up on this market place to get an idea of how things are conducted. Prices often get adjusted. Good luck.
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    Hi Everyone!

    I had many interested in the machine but I sold it to the first buyer with an offer of $300. The man was a builder and my hubby took him through all the workings of the item. He said it was in fantastic order and was thrilled with his purchase. I probably could have got more money for it but the chap who I sold it to really appreciated it's condition and working order. I feel it's gone to a good home! Thanks for your help in this matter.

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    Glad things worked out and its found a good home
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