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Delta/Milwaukee 6" Jointer question

Hi everyone, I got this jointer awhile ago for a great deal and am looking on trying to sell it but I'm not sure what it goes for. It has no rust and was surfaced recently, it also is on a heavy duty wood stand reinforced with metal on the corners, and has a 115/230 volt 3/4 hp old delta/Milwaukee motor.
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Pictures and as many details as possible about the item will get your better feedback.
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Well for some reason I can't load any more pictures, but I found out a little more the jointer is a model 37-207 and it looks like it has the original electric motor. It's wired up with 115 volts right now, but can be set up with 230 volts, hope that works for more detail
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What's shipping to Tampa? ha, just kidding, but I DO love old Delta Milwaukee stuff. Looks great.

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