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Once the crate and plastic was stripped off, I gave it another good going-over, looking for damage, mismatched or
misinstalled parts, or any other problem of note. Everything looked good. The red toolbox contained the knee and quill
handles, a cheezy plastic oil can, the owner's manuals for the mill and the powerfeed, some wrenches and some allen keys.
The table had been individually wrapped in plastic, and all bare or steel surfaces had been squirted with a sticky, waxy
Cosmoline-like substance. No rust or damage was found anywhere.
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