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Chris152

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1968-71 S7. It will come with the original motor from our ML7-R (same as on an S7) which runs smoothly (we're replacing ours with three phase), cross slide from the same (one slot shorter than on an S7), 3 and 4 jaw chucks, faceplate, Dickson's qc toolpost plus one holder, full set of change gears all in good order. It has no stand and no switch, so unless you can wire it up you won't be able to see it working (I'd be happy to get a link drive belt to put on it for that purpose).

The lathe came from a research ship where it wasn't particularly loved but it was well maintained - the carriage moves nearly to the far end before there's any pinching, and it's been properly scraped/ planed at some point. Everything moves smoothly. It also comes with a three phase motor, which was on it when we bought it.

We bought this lathe to take the QC gearbox and cross slide for our lathe and I was thinking to refurbish it, but really haven't the time (I tested and primed a little paint repair on the left foot in the photos, it seems to have worked fine). It's in South Wales, near Cardiff (easy access from the M4).

£750.

Chris
 

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