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barry46

05:51AM | 11/27/04
Member Since: 11/26/04
1 lifetime posts
I have an old Craftsman bench saw. Model is 103.21041. It has other attachments as well:Extension jointer model 103.21800 and a sabre-jig saw model605.21750. I believe this saw was bought in the mid 50's. Does anyone know what the value of this saw may be? It is in very good condition with all parts and attachments in place. Thanks Barry

carl21l

07:29AM | 11/27/04
Member Since: 03/21/04
171 lifetime posts
I have an old king seely saw that i picked up from a metal recycler for 2x the scrap iron price. cost $4.00 the value is not great on the older saws and tools from the 40's to 60's that were wold thru mass merchandizers like the craftsman by king-seeley from s ears that you have.

the combo that you have could bring $20 to $150 at an auction. the auction price being determined by having several people wanting the item and getting into a bidding war.

at a garage sale you may get $100 and then maybe no one would want the items.

basically, the value is what a willing buyer will pay to a willing seller.

JMHO

Carl


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