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post #1 of 6 Old 11-06-2014, 06:32 PM Thread Starter
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Talking Goodwill Find in Colorado Springs

Me and the wife went to her doctors appointment. She wasn't ready to go home, so we went to Goodwill and the Arc. Arc had nothing standing out to me. So we checked out a few Goodwill's and I found a Craftsman Router Model # 315.17480. It was in pretty good shape. Had a little surface rust which I will clean up. I picked it up for $17.99. I think I did good. I also think it was made in 1980.
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If I was in Colorado Springs I would have missed those because I would have been here.
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LOL, wife won't go in the mountains.
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LOL, wife won't go in the mountains.
There, you could drive her. The picture was taken from Gold Camp Rd. To me that was the better than all the touristy stuff in the area. The week we were there I went there at least twice a day.
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I didn't know that Colorado Springs had Tourist stuff, lol.
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My son lives in Colorado Springs and said he got a lot of snow the other day. I went to visit him a couple of months ago and saw some of the tourists stuff and I wouldn't mind moving there myself.

Anyway NICE Find!

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