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"Back From The Archives" Today I was at the local Sale Barn outdoor sale and spotted this old table saw still strapped to the trailer. After a short conversation with the owner I was off to get Larry's number to find out about this saw. After walking around and pondering on it I went back by. The gentleman told me it was his brothers and he was using it until just recently. I made him an offer that included delivering it to my house since I can't lift anything. Well he took and brought it by, but my help had to leave so he is bringing it back later. Here it is a model TCS 203 Delta 10" tilt table saw with 6" joiner. The front of the joiner. The serial number of the joiner. The table saw labels. And the saw blade guard. It appears after a little looking that it was made somewhere between 1945 and 1952 but I could certainly be wrong. I am looking forward to getting my shoulder back and getting started on the restoration. I am sure I will be bugging some of you for advice.
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