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  1. #1
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    Default Paulcall bandsaw

    Hi

    I have a few people interested in buying a Paulcall bandsaw that I inherited, but I do not know what it is worth. Any help on valuing this item would be very much appreciated.

    It has some surface rust but is in good working condition.



  2. #2
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    I bought the same model a year or so ago from a forumite for $125. It had no rust and was in excellent condition. The seller was happy with the price because he wanted it to go to a good home.
    Cheers

    Jeremy
    If it were done when 'tis done, then 'twere well it were done quickly

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    Default paulcall bandsaw.

    I bought mine about 12 months ago and paid 150 dollars for it and was happy to pay that much ,they don't have a lot of cutting depth but they are quite strong ,yours appears to look ok so i think you could start at maybe 175 see how you go .

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    Thank you

  5. #5
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    Did you end up buying the bandsaw? I have the same model handed down from my father. He bought it many year ago. I have replaced tyres with Carter tyres. Thinking about making new blade guides ( ball bearing) as I find the original guides hard to adjust.

    Peter

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