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post #41 of 47 (permalink) Old 08-03-2021, 17:11
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You did a really great job Jan, I would have had a go at it and then let Liz do it, she has better fingers than me when her frightus isn't acting up.

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Did I say I could have done with another pair of hands, or a vice

Iīm trying to tidy up in the workshop, look what I found.
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He was a man of many vices.




Boom tish.
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The big vices went quickly.

I think a lot of this stuff is going to have to go to the scrap man when I find someone with a trailer man enough to carry it other wise it will still be here when I am dead and I donīt want to leave a mess for someone else to get rid of.

Who would know what to do with this lot and itīs just the tip of the iceberg

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The big vices went quickly.

I think a lot of this stuff is going to have to go to the scrap man when I find someone with a trailer man enough to carry it other wise it will still be here when I am dead and I donīt want to leave a mess for someone else to get rid of.

Who would know what to do with this lot and itīs just the tip of the iceberg. The Colchester student that all this lot go with as well.
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Jan, the Student and the tooling are worth reasonable money, don't go giving them away or letting them go too cheaply.
I'd guarantee there will be a good market for it in Germany, most of the stuff on German ebay etc is modern small Chinese, any self respecting metal hobbyist would rather have a solid old machine to the modern flimsy stuff.

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Jan, the Student and the tooling are worth reasonable money, don't go giving them away or letting them go too cheaply.
I'd guarantee there will be a good market for it in Germany, most of the stuff on German ebay etc is modern small Chinese, any self respecting metal hobbyist would rather have a solid old machine to the modern flimsy stuff.

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Last time I looked there were a few Colchester son there John, but tomorrow I will have a look as a year has passed since I did look.
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