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  • Sawdust King
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    I won't need to. It was already sold. Thanks for the info. <realizing the additional comments I was going to make might likely get me banned or removed by Bob D. have voluntarily been self censored>.

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  • north wood clocks
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    The company no longer exists as it went bankrupt. No parts are available for it as General tools never made it . Do not buy unless you need it for repair of another saw. I got newer Purple color one for half that for parts. it works okay now. Ray Seyco e-mailed me that there are no parts available. Invest in a new one, or one that has repairs available.
    Norman

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  • Tom J.
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    That is one of the original saws that were manufactured in Canada before the company sold out to General international. Personally I think $400.00 is a good deal for this saw. I would buy it if it was near me.

    Tom

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  • wood-n-things
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    Unusual color for an EX. Good price but I'd try and dicker them down a little if possible. No warranty.

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  • Sawdust King
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    Excalibur 30

    I've found an EX-30 w/ stand 'locally' for $400 on Craigslist. I'm very tempted to check it out but would appreciate any advice on checking it out. I've a small square so I would plan on checking vertical front to back and side to side. It appears to be in visible good shape and is a dark grey. It says Sommerville Design Excalibur on the front. Can't make out serial number or model on one of the photos.
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