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You can see here how badly the bed has collapsed- I straightened the photo out
for clarity, the tailstock end is actually almost higher than the top of the chuck.
It is, of course, badly rusted, but I was suprised to find that some of the levers
still moved, as did the clutch drum on the left end. It is, unfortunately, also
missing some important pieces.
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