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post #21 of 59 Old 12-17-2011, 07:41 PM
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Whatttttt?????? I wanna see that! I'm assuming you mean me when you say Tom, so wha'd I have to do with that?

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in that post about buying them, it got my interest so I went to a friends house that has alot(100+) and studied them a bit...well I come to the conclusion that most were the same, blade pitch and placement were the same on 90% of them so that got me thinking that maybe changeable heads would do.Ill grab some pics and post it later....Im still doing the soft design in pine before ruin to much pecan...pecan is going to be my primary wood cause I have a ton of it...maybe some cypress. Working on a way to lock the heads in place once they slide on............

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sorry for the hijack....I meant to send that private msg and slipped my mind

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Probably have around 20-25 right now, but it's usually in a state of change and I haven't counted in a while.

oh man ......that is hot!!!!!!!

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oh man ......that is hot!!!!!!!
Yep, that sure is purdy, but I like my buddy's collection of Stanley Sweethearts. I think he's only missing one of the entire run. My only contribution to his "assortment" of planes (aside from the drool on the floor...) was the only #6 Stanley corrugated bottom he has.

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I have more, but will take pics later, sorry about the crapy pics, bad light, cheap camara. Bought my 1st 1 in about 1975. I've been buying and selling them for a long time.
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Thirteen, now.

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Yep, that sure is purdy, but I like my buddy's collection of Stanley Sweethearts. ...
The one and only Sweetheart that I've kept is my pride and joy and one of the few that I don't use....just pull it out and look at once in a while. It's a 1928 #5-1/4 Type 13 that's just about mint:
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3 now, a Stanley Block plane, a Stanley #4 (old one got of eBay) and the third one a Woodriver #5 my wife gave me for Christmas

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I have a Stanley Bedrock 608c on sale on feebay, look under camarotoolman, I don't know how to link.
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I have a Stanley Bedrock 608c on sale on feebay, look under camarotoolman, I don't know how to link.
This is not the "classified" thread. Quit sprayin' your dang ads all over the place and put them in the "classified" where they belong.
It's obvious now why you joined up here...free advertising, no helpful contributions. Play by the rules or GETLOST
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These thread made me think about my little collection of planes.
Stanley #7
Stanley #5 1/4
Stanley #4
Stanley #80
Stanley block plane
Lie Nielsen #62
Lie Nielsen #112
Lie Nielsen low angle block plane
2 Lie Nielsen spoke shaves
ECE smoothing plane
ECE scrub plane
2 wooden planes I made

Wow I didn't think I had this many!!!! Lol 13 total
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You mean spokeshaves count too?

I didn't realize spokeshaves were in play too. I've got a couple of those too. They're easier to accumulate than planes because they take up much less space. Excuse the dust - I had the drawer sitting on top of the bench for a while.
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I'm cheap... I've currently got 5. All Groz... A standard block plane, and then #4, 5, 6, and 7. The 6 and 7 were Christmas gifts this year, and look to need very little tuning to get right... (hone the blade only, everything checks out nicely...). Wish the #5 was this easy...

Have had some older, but post WW2 Stanleys that I didn't like, have used a friends Veritas smoother (REALLY nice) that I would love to own, but can't bring myself to spend the $$ on...

I have had some very poor luck trying to buy old / used planes. I have no clue how you guys do it...

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I didn't realize spokeshaves were in play too.
that's cools a spoke shave has to be one of my favorite tools
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knotscott, that's a real beauty right there, what I wouldn't give...


Joesbucketorust (I really like the screen name dude!), sorry to ask, but can you throw in a couple shots of the two in the upper left compartment? I've never seen any like that before...

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Top is a Millers Falls cigar shave. It's got a rounded body. Someone is/was making a real nice reproduction but I forget who. Bottom is a Stanley 67. It's got two removable handles and you can also put one in the top to push it. I need to make new handles for that one - the one on the left is in very bad shape, It really looks like a dog chewed on it. (Left on the shave, not left on the pic because the spokeshave is upside down in the pic.)
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I have alot but don't use them, I have a big jointer and planer. I just like to have them, sometimes I go into my museum and look at them. I use hand tools the do my cavings.
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Hi all,
Not every body has iron planes,some have wood planes
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I only have a few but I'm working on it. Several Millers Falls, a few Stanleys, a few block planes of varying size / shape, a Winchester transitional and 2 Buck Bros planes that aren't worth the metal they are made of. The Millers Falls are by far my favorite.
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