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  • RBI scratch and Dent Sale

    RBI is having a scratch and dent sale this Saturday at their factory in Harrisonville. There's no mention of it on their website, but I got a flyer in the mail today ... claiming hawk scroll saws starting at $350

    Just might have to make a trip over there and see



    Sorry, got the date wrong, it's Saturday November 6th from 9 - 1

  • #2
    Re: RBI scratch and Dent Sale

    Great Randy. Maybe you can have your wife give you the $99 for that cheap scroll saw you were thinking of having her give you for Christmas and put it towards a good saw. And Harrisonville would be in what State?

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    • #3
      Re: RBI scratch and Dent Sale

      Harrisonville, Missouri it's South of Kansas City and about 4-5 hours from me. I guess if I go it'll be an early Saturday morning for me

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      • #4
        Re: RBI scratch and Dent Sale

        I got my Hawk 220 from them but it wasn't a scratch or dent sell. It was a demostrater an well worth the price which was greatly reduced. Never been happier. Well out side of the little bride. :
        Besides Randy, saves on freight if you go there.

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