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Can anyone id this Clausing?

Discussion in 'CLAUSING-COLCHESTER & BANTAM' started by markba633csi, Mar 19, 2017.

  1. markba633csi

    markba633csi United States Active Member Active Member

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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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  2. terrywerm

    terrywerm New Member Liaison Staff Member H-M Supporter-Premium

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    Pretty good, Mark. So far you've stumped our panel. That doesn't happen too often!
     
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    COMachinist Active User H-M Supporter-Premium

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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.
    CH
     
  4. markba633csi

    markba633csi United States Active Member Active Member

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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.
    Mark S.
     
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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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    markba633csi United States Active Member Active Member

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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.
    MS
     

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