The asking price seems high to me, too. Even though it is lightly used, it is not a current model, but it is does not deserve a premium price for "old tool" quality. We don't know anything about the conditions of storage, which would make a huge difference. I have heard stories about poor customer support from Delta these days, and I wonder about future parts availability. Used tool prices vary a lot depending on your location, too.
Does it come with a rolling base? A fence? One of those rounded resaw guides? A miter gauge? Insert plates? Featherboards? A push stick? Anything else?
In case it matters, I paid $250 for a used 1953 Delta 890 in excellent condition, ready-to-run. It came with a 1.75 HP motor, and had several add-ons attached. The seller included a bunch of new blades, a heavy, nice miter gauge, and some unrelated woodworking extras, such as a Starrett 4 inch square. I had to supply the push stick. :-)
Last edited by Tool Agnostic; 01-10-2019 at 12:04 PM.