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 Post subject: Craigslist Score
PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2010 8:40 pm 
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I was searching Craigslist and I came across this add for pen kits and this is what I got for 80.00
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This is a breakdown list
Item QTY
PK-PCL 9
PK-PEN 7
PK-Mont-PCL 5
PK-Mont 6
PK-Pow-PCL 1
PK-Par-PCL 10
PK-Detach 6
PK-Park-X 1
PK-Park-G 9

Plus the blanks and 3 drill bits and a trimmer


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 Post subject: Nice
PostPosted: Sun Feb 07, 2010 9:15 pm 
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I am not a turner but the deal looks great. Lots of good stuff.

Congrats,

James.

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I think you did good Bert.

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Good haul Bert! :-D
Amatuer Bill scored a simular haul last year....Not sure what he did with all of it, I haven't received a new pencil lately. :-? :razz:

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WOW! You'd have paid a bit more at Woodcraft. Great score.


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Nice score! Looks like someone grew tireed of turning pens.

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I was told that it the guy's father passed away about 6 months ago and the family was cleaning out the garage and found the box. They were not sure what to do with it so the son took it and decided to sell it.


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