|348 forum posts|
A hardinge toolroom lathe has popped up on Ebay for £1400 and it's in Sheffield.
Looks to be in very good condition.
|Tony Pratt 1||18/03/2019 21:07:41|
|966 forum posts|
I had set my heart on an HLV but private sellers are few & far between, dealers obviously want top dollar, that one is tempting.
|Boiler Bri||18/03/2019 21:13:28|
813 forum posts
Looks to have had a cosmetic job done. Bed looks ok. Wonder what it sounds like 🤔
|Alan Waddington 2||18/03/2019 22:06:23|
|458 forum posts|
Yeah it’s definitely been given a lick over, but at that age hardly surprising, don’t think i would buy without seeing first though.
|Mark Rand||18/03/2019 23:55:47|
|835 forum posts|
The 'new' rack doesn't look all that new...
The cateract style lathes are interesting historically, but not an HLV or HLV-H
|348 forum posts|
Price reduced to 950 this morning.
|Andy Carruthers||20/03/2019 08:56:11|
262 forum posts
That's a big price drop making it very attractive, timing not good for me though
|Brian Rutherford||20/03/2019 09:06:49|
|80 forum posts|
Reduced due to fault . Bent leadscrew or half nut.
3897 forum posts
1945! It's a vintage all right.
148 forum posts
Even with problems with the leadscrew/ nut it's good value a friend had a new leadscrew made for his Colchester at £260 pounds so add that to the lathe ,good value, the taper turning is worth £250 on its own I purchased one some two years ago
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