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For Sale: Brand New Powermatic 3520C lathe

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archives' started by Dave Forney, Jul 14, 2020.

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  1. Dave Forney

    Dave Forney

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    For Sale: Powermatic 3520C Wood Lathe - Brand New (still in the crate)
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    Priced Low for a quick sale !

    This is a Brand NEW lathe that has not been assembled or used.

    Price: $3500.00 plus shipping (see Shipping note below)

    (Retail value $4,499.99) That’s $1000 off the retail price !

    2 HP motor, 220 volts, single phase

    Contact Dave at emp163@yahoo.com

    SHIPPING: If the sale closes in the next few days, the lathe can be drop shipped from the manufacturer and JPW Industries will cover some of the shipping charges to your curb. Residential Delivery or Lift Gate services typically increase the shipping charges and that portion will need to be paid for by the Buyer.

    In the event the lathe is shipped to me first, it will need to be re-shipped to you via Standard truck shipping. That shipping charge will need to be paid for by the Buyer. There is a cost advantage for a quick sale. (Origination is JPW Industries, LaVergne, Tn.)


    Product Description:
    Manufactured by JPW Industries, the Powermatic 3520C is the fourth evolution of the time honored lathe with many new and improved features.

    The 3520C has retained all the features of the prior models such as the sliding headstock, electronic variable speed with low and high speed ranges, the spindle lock, digital RPM readout, and a laser etched quill that is self-ejecting.

    The enhanced features include a movable control box for maximum versatility, adjustable riser blocks for 6 inches or more of height adjustment, and an increased weight of 726 LBS.

    Additional features include a new ergonomic spindle lock design, a digital indexing readout, an Anti-rotation tailstock key for smoother operation, a set of dead centers which hold a spindle for visual comparison, a two position mount for the optional bed extension (not included), and a sliding hammer knockout rod with brass tip.
     
  2. Jerry Bochenek

    Jerry Bochenek

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    I sent you an email that I would like to purchase this lathe.
     
  3. Dave Forney

    Dave Forney

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    Hi Jerry, I have sent you a reply via email.
     
  4. Dave Forney

    Dave Forney

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    7/14/20 - 9:00pm: I have a potential buyer for the lathe and a back-up buyer in case that first deal falls through. Thanks for your interest.
     
  5. Emiliano Achaval

    Emiliano Achaval Administrator Staff Member

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    You want us to close the thread?
     
  6. Dave Forney

    Dave Forney

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    Hi Emiliano. The original deal fell through. I'm attempting to contact the other interested party to see if he wants to proceed. Let's leave the ad open for another day or two just in case. Thanks.
     
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  7. RichColvin

    RichColvin

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    Why are you selling it?
     
  8. Dave Forney

    Dave Forney

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    The lathe has been sold. Thanks to everyone who expressed interest.

    Emiliano, you can close this thread. Thanks.
     
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  9. Glenn Lefley

    Glenn Lefley

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    This looks like the lathe that was won in the aaw auction for 3,500$.
     
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