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markba633csi

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Saw this for sale- is it a model 100? Mk1 or Mk2? no idea
1940s I was told. Can't seem to find any info on it.
Mark S. clausing12a.jpg clausing12b.jpg clausing12c.jpg clausing12d.jpg
looks like a mess- lot of stuff missing, supposed to be a 12x36
 
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Pretty good, Mark. So far you've stumped our panel. That doesn't happen too often!
 

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Hi Mark.
Sure has my vote as a mkII. MkII had strait line of gear box holes and the MkIII had a V shaped line on the gear box. Of course the MKI did not come with the quick change gear box.
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Thanks guys- I'm supposed to be getting some better pics this weekend, I'll post em. I don't think the seller is very knowledgeable but I'll ask if she has any history on it. They are asking 750$ which I think is high considering the whole rear countershaft section is missing and there's essentially no tooling, no side covers and who knows how much wear it has.
Interesting though.
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There are much better ones on the east coast , some in the same price range. All apart in my opinion it's not worth that much. I'd offer half and not go over $450.00. But I'm always willing to wait for the one that says HEY I'm worth it. With out all the parts and extra tooling just no value , to me anyway.
 

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If someone needed one for parts, I could see some value. I doubt I'll even drive up to see it.
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Sorry I'm late. Looks very much like my 111. Top cover, countershaft, clutch, etc is missing.

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Apparently someone bought it, I never did get any more pix. Oh well. I thought the gearbox looked different than yours Will? I saw the broken lever. But yes the headstock looked the same as yours
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I swapped out my apron for a later one too, but my older one looks just like the photo.

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