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    The listing for that sale I posted above is up..

    Wonder why they have a lot of Moore tooling, but no Moore tool... As usual some nice stuff there...
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    Quote Originally Posted by .RC. View Post
    The listing for that sale I posted above is up..

    Wonder why they have a lot of Moore tooling, but no Moore tool... As usual some nice stuff there...
    I think grays have forgot to put the photo of the machine with the accessories. in the description it lists all the specs for the machine. that is one very completed set of Moore accessories. i would love to get something like that one day.

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    I see they have photo's of the moore and changed the description... it is now a jig grinder..

    http://www.graysonline.com/lot/0005-...ght-model-no-3


    I know this is a pretty sucky machine but I would like this http://www.graysonline.com/lot/0025-...k-model-137-60
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    Looks like some good gear at that auction and well maintained. Pity it isn't in Melb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .RC. View Post
    I see they have photo's of the moore and changed the description... it is now a jig grinder..

    http://www.graysonline.com/lot/0005-...ght-model-no-3
    FWIW I've been to that place a month or so back to look at an item he had for sale. The gear looked to be very well maintained.

    Downside, the seller isn't really a very helpful type, there's no forklift on site and access isn't great. Not bad by any means, but not wonderful either. Definitely need a truck with Hiab to extract anything heavy. The combination of factors made me decide to walk away. I've no intention of bidding on anything either, but the equipment is generally well worth having. Not convinced about the Cincinnati T&C grinder though after looking at it.

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    I got screwd by grays in that auction I won a surface plate and when I checked the invoice they changed it to storge cupboard
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    Quote Originally Posted by .RC. View Post
    The Moore jig borer went for less then I thought it might... Guess there is no need for those sorts of things any more..

    Surprising price here -->> http://www.graysonline.com/lot/0039-...e-granite-type
    This was my favorite: http://www.graysonline.com/lot/0110-5014965

    When one adds Grays rip and GST the "incomplete" clamp sets come out at a grand total of $518.70. Or one could rock up to H&F and buy them (1/2 stud or slot - same price each set) new and "complete" for $324. http://www.machineryhouse.com.au/C090

    I noticed the tool holders went for big bucks again

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    Did they come up with that price from the invoice when it was purchased new, as it's from the Defence Department I'd say someone over charged them .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmebgo View Post
    Anyone know how old it might be? looks identical to mine and I was told it was either pre or post WW2.
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