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    I've got several and more than I've got pictures of .First a little one .Walker -Turner made in the 30's somebody put a three phase 3 HP motor one which is over kill .I've snapped half inch drill bits with this thing .Number 2 Morse taper quill ,step pulley drive
     

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    Next I think they call this a spotting drill ,5 HP single phase converted line shaft machine circa pre 1920 .number 4 Morse taper ,power feed x-y axis table like a milling machine ,sliding gear transmission ,4 speeds with 3 options giving it 12 speeds with a reverse .Although I've never done it you could power tap with it .Speeds and feeds listed for up to 2.5 inches .I don't have a bit that large--yet
     

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    Last one .Mid 40's American Hole Wizard 12" radial drill press with about 36" of reach .5 HP 3 phase,straight 480 volt motors .number 4 Morse taper quill
     

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    While I'm at it a few more pics .Tool boxes and a shot of my unfinished bandsaw mill .
     

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    Couple more .1938 Allis -Chalmers model B ,crank start .I rebuilt the engine when I was 15 years old and painted it as a project in Vo-ag. I made a couple hundred every spring plowing peoples gardens.
    Last used when I plowed the sod in preparation for my shop that had been in grass for over 50 years and was so tough I could not sink the blade of a D4 Cat .The little darlin went right through with the front wheels off the ground about half the time .It's not stuck although it's sat since about 1996 .Also one of my TO 20 Ferguesons,1950 model with a big bore kit and a Davis loader .
     

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    I want to get this old boy out of the corner one day. Champion 101, Lancaster Pa. DSCF1527.JPG DSCF1525.JPG DSCF1523.JPG
     
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    Wife wouldn't let me mount the mail box on this so it went to Gatlinburg. DSCF1533.JPG
     
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    My grandfather had an old press like that hanging in the barn .As a little boy I had the bright idea of seeing how it worked .It did but it wore old a 9 year olds little arms .My first wife's grand dad did too but he had an electric motor from an old clothes drier doing the work .
     
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