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Couldn't pass on opportunity to upgrade, so now I have to let this beauty find a new home. If you like "old" iron, it doesn't get any better. All original except for new starter switch, and new drive belt. Will also include tailstock--I'd bought separate when I found one to complete it, since it didn't come to me with one. Have no Oliver plates or centers, BUT does have a spindle adaptor that makes it 1 x 8. I'd also paid to get a manual, along with all its info-- date made, where it went , etc . Year made was 1967 as I recall. 1 hp, wired for 110v, speeds from 600-3400. 12 in swing. Ways are nice and smooth, otherwise a little cosmetic stuff that doesn't affect function -- not bad considering age.
Had I not bought another, it'd be staying with me! I'd like $600, and can deliver or meet up to 150-200 miles if needed, buyer to cover ga$.
 

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Sigh,---still for sale
 

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Sold it!
 

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Oliver 167

Hi I bought an Oliver 167 lathe and trying to find the belt size do your ember what size yours was thank you
 
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