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Question need help identifying my old table saw model

I was given this older Craftsman? table saw, it needs parts but there is no tag for a model number. So I have included a link to some pictures. Maybe some one here recognizes this oldy.




please have a look at the pics https://picasaweb.google.com/1005253.../CraftsmanSaw#

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That's definitely an oldie and a goodie! Take a look through this page and maybe you can figure its vintage: http://vintagemachinery.org/mfgIndex...x?id=222&tab=4

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old dog worn out

I decided to combine two old discimilar models. The old machine had seen its day. Elevator screw/nut worn out, spindle worn out, tilt screw/nut worn out... so I saved the nice homemade base, and some parts from the top casting, the rest goes to the scrap heap.
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I decided to combine two old discimilar models. The old machine had seen its day. Elevator screw/nut worn out, spindle worn out, tilt screw/nut worn out... so I saved the nice homemade base, and some parts from the top casting, the rest goes to the scrap heap.
Are you saying you built a frankensaw? Sounds cool - how about some pics?

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