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Old 03-16-2012, 12:39 PM   #16
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Sunbeam saw

Originally Posted by forresth View Post
i picked up a cheap saber-saw at the local restore place. It later dawned on me that this thing might actually have some value to a collector.

Its a sunbeam no.76 saw in the original (but beat up) box, with plenty of blades (sort of like regular saber-saw blades, but completely non-interchangeable), rip/circle guide and manuals. I think it dates from the 50s. Its got no handle (you just hold onto the cast al housing) and a toggle switch for off and on.
do you still have the sunbeam saw?i would love to get copies of your manuals or possibly buy the saw and goodies.please let me know if you would copy manuals and sell them to me.thanks a million,warren young



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