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Doubleeboy

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#2
Dont worry it will be posted next month for 400, then some one will give him what its worth, about 50 to 100 for scrap value.
 

4gsr

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Wonder if the Golden Rod oil can is included? Oh, they must have been trying to free up slides for the pictures.
 

Rockytime

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Can't imagine what a hobby machinist could do with a chucker except for an anchor for a VERY large boat.
 

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Think of a chucker as a large screw machine without a bar feeder that turns one saw cut blank at a time.

As mentioned I can not possibly imagine what a hobbyist would use such a machine for.
 
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