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A Great 10ER Score

#256906 by jsburger » Tue Feb 12, 2019 6:04 pm

I just got one of the rarest 10ER items. It is a pristine motor pulley belt guard. Some of you may have seen it on eBay. It came from Skip Campbell (MKCTools) the 10E/ER guru. It has never been installed as he described it on eBay. See the picture of one of the mounting points that still has the original casting over flow in place with paint.

This should also show what the color of original 10ER paint (at that time) was.

I don't think I will install it on any of my machines since it is new old stock and has never been installed. Probably the only one in this condition that exists.

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Re: A Great 10ER Score

#256910 by algale » Tue Feb 12, 2019 7:42 pm

Great score. As for paint, it may be original but is certainly would have oxidized in the years since it was new so it may not be quite the same hue as when it left the factory.

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Re: A Great 10ER Score

#256919 by jsburger » Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:23 pm

algale wrote:Great score. As for paint, it may be original but is certainly would have oxidized in the years since it was new so it may not be quite the same hue as when it left the factory.


I certainly agree, but knowing it is original it is as close as we can get.

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Re: A Great 10ER Score

#256921 by chapmanruss » Tue Feb 12, 2019 9:13 pm

Hi John,
Congratulations, I did see it in Skips listing. I did not think I was going to bid that high and you still beat me in the end. I'm glad it went to someone who can appreciate having it as much I would.

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Model 10ER S/N R64000 first one I restored on bench w/ Shopsmith metal ends & retractable casters. Has Speed Changer, Model 4E Jointer, Jig Saw with lamp, a complete set of original accessories & much more.
Model 10E S/N 1077 oldest one I have restored. On bench w/ Shopsmith metal ends & retractable casters.

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Re: A Great 10ER Score

#256924 by jsburger » Tue Feb 12, 2019 9:56 pm

chapmanruss wrote:Hi John,
Congratulations, I did see it in Skips listing. I did not think I was going to bid that high and you still beat me in the end. I'm glad it went to someone who can appreciate having it as much I would.


So you were the other bidder?

There is more to come to me from Skip. It just shipped this afternoon. Everett will probably be very interested. It is the top of the list as far as I am concerned for Magna and Shopsmith and has nothing to do with 10E/ER machine parts.

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Eagle's Lair Woodshop
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Re: A Great 10ER Score

#256930 by JPG » Wed Feb 13, 2019 12:20 am

jsburger wrote:
chapmanruss wrote:Hi John,
Congratulations, I did see it in Skips listing. I did not think I was going to bid that high and you still beat me in the end. I'm glad it went to someone who can appreciate having it as much I would.


So you were the other bidder?

There is more to come to me from Skip. It just shipped this afternoon. Everett will probably be very interested. It is the top of the list as far as I am concerned for Magna and Shopsmith and has nothing to do with 10E/ER machine parts.


You 'found' the missing MARK 1 ? :D

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Re: A Great 10ER Score

#256935 by everettdavis » Wed Feb 13, 2019 1:26 am

jsburger wrote:
chapmanruss wrote:Hi John,
Congratulations, I did see it in Skips listing. I did not think I was going to bid that high and you still beat me in the end. I'm glad it went to someone who can appreciate having it as much I would.


So you were the other bidder?

There is more to come to me from Skip. It just shipped this afternoon. Everett will probably be very interested. It is the top of the list as far as I am concerned for Magna and Shopsmith and has nothing to do with 10E/ER machine parts.


PM me John!

I am in a major renovation project at home now that my son's tour of duty is complete and they are now both home and planning their respective college educations.

They are a great help and doing a great job. Things are stacked floor to ceiling in the storage building and in the shop during the renovation.

My wife suffered a major stroke some years back, and was hospitalized for 11 months. She has been home for a few years and is walking with a cane and working to recover speech which is very challenging for her. The loss of her income has made some adjustments necessary and delayed the renovation projects through the last few years.

I will then get my shop back and begin working in the shop again. My Shopsmith book research continues, and my document restorations are in queue, but on hold for the time being. I am still accepting scanned document contributions under ShopsmithHistorian@gmail.com

I am sorry I have not been as active in the forums of late, but that will change and I will be more active here in a few months.

Kindest Regards,

Everett

Here is a shot of my youngest son grinding the floors in the converted garage project. Should have electrical rough in done by the end of the week with a Valentines diversion with my wife for a few days.

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Re: A Great 10ER Score

#256955 by jsburger » Wed Feb 13, 2019 3:45 pm

JPG wrote:
jsburger wrote:
chapmanruss wrote:Hi John,
Congratulations, I did see it in Skips listing. I did not think I was going to bid that high and you still beat me in the end. I'm glad it went to someone who can appreciate having it as much I would.


So you were the other bidder?

There is more to come to me from Skip. It just shipped this afternoon. Everett will probably be very interested. It is the top of the list as far as I am concerned for Magna and Shopsmith and has nothing to do with 10E/ER machine parts.


You 'found' the missing MARK 1 ? :D


No it is the mysterious MK IV I have occasionally seen reference to on eBay. :eek: ;) :D

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Hooper, UT

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Re: A Great 10ER Score

#256956 by amboyna » Wed Feb 13, 2019 3:54 pm

Congrats! That is indeed a rare accessory. Below is a page from my Dealer's Manual that shows it as a discontinued item. Just as the lower pulley guard is rare so is the 2 step pulley, key switch and the lower saw guard.

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Re: A Great 10ER Score

#256958 by jsburger » Wed Feb 13, 2019 4:34 pm

amboyna wrote:Congrats! That is indeed a rare accessory. Below is a page from my Dealer's Manual that shows it as a discontinued item. Just as the lower pulley guard is rare so is the 2 step pulley, key switch and the lower saw guard.


Next on my list is the lower saw guard.

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Eagle's Lair Woodshop
Hooper, UT

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