Found a listing on craigslist for a Delta 10" Table Saw Model # 36-600
Assuming that its in good condition how much is it worth?
Don't think that model is sold new anymore but does anybody know what it used to sell for?
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Here's a pic of a 36-600. I had an older version of this that I sold this year for $200.00. Mine was made in the US, along with having a baldor motor, which is the way if came from the factory. I sold it to a buddy for the 200. I think it was worth more than that. Good solid saw. The ones made in recent years I don't think were built the same. First pic is a recent one. Second pic is my saw I sold.
Mike - Your Rockwell looks to be a full size belt drive contractor saw. The 36-600 is more of a downsized compact contractor saw "look-a-alike" (only 22"d instead of 27"d, and is 38"w vs 40"+ of a full size saw). They weigh in ~ 150# vs 250# of a full size saw, and have a 15 amp universal motor. It later became the TS300 and retailed in the $300 range.
Depending on condition, it might be worth $100 or so, but they tend to be cost prohibitive to fix if the motor kicks the bucket. FWIW, my 36-600 did everything I asked of it...it was a little loud, and a little lightweight, but wasn't a bad saw.
I have the 36-600. Bought it about a year ago for $100. A guy I work with just bought one 2 weeks ago and he paid $200 for his.
I think it's a good saw. Although it's the only tablesaw I've ever had and the 2nd I've ever used. It is very loud but I think it's worth the $100 I paid for it. I don't think it's worth more than $150. Mainly because of the 22" top. That was actually a plus when I bought the saw as I was working in a small shed. But now, having a larger work area, I wish I had bought a saw with a larger top.