Woodnet Forums
Vintage Delta Scroll saw -- see second post - Printable Version

+- Woodnet Forums (https://forums.woodnet.net)
+-- Thread: Vintage Delta Scroll saw -- see second post (/showthread.php?tid=7347719)

Pages: 1 2


Vintage Delta Scroll saw -- see second post - Wild Turkey - 04-15-2019

Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes Rolleyes


Delta Scroll saw - Wild Turkey - 04-15-2019

[Image: XT44B7o.jpg]
[Image: POVKoHf.jpg]
[Image: WhHd47I.jpg]

LOML works with an estate sale operation and this is in the next sale.  Looks to be in great condition.

Right now they're looking at pricing it about $400.

Is this reasonable? Confused


RE: Vintage Delta Scroll saw -- see second post - Admiral - 04-15-2019

Humph, well, no. Those estate sale folks think they have gold in them there hills. This will sit until the last day. For me, at best its worth $100, less if I find anything wrong.


RE: Vintage Delta Scroll saw -- see second post - ®smpr_fi_mac® - 04-15-2019

Yeah. It might be worth $400 if it were rebuilt and repainted *properly*.


RE: Vintage Delta Scroll saw -- see second post - K. L McReynolds - 04-15-2019

$75 tops------------------


RE: Vintage Delta Scroll saw -- see second post - jlanciani - 04-16-2019

(04-15-2019, 11:01 PM)®smpr_fi_mac® Wrote: Yeah.  It might be worth $400 if it were rebuilt and repainted *properly*.

With all of the right parts, a correct stand, and a retirement light. Even then it might be a stretch.


RE: Vintage Delta Scroll saw -- see second post - fredhargis - 04-16-2019

As said, no way would that bring $400 from a reasonable person.


RE: Vintage Delta Scroll saw -- see second post - EvilTwin - 04-16-2019

100 if it had a retirement light attached, in present condition, not knowing that it has all the parts or the motor works, 50 bucks. The thing is, nobody wants em. Very few people into scrollsaws, and if they are, they go for one of the newer models with things like a quick release to make the constant blade changes easier.


RE: Vintage Delta Scroll saw -- see second post - Bill Wilson - 04-16-2019

Yea, maybe $100 tops, if someone really liked old iron and wanted a resto project.  Most serious scrollers aren't going to use something like that as their primary saw.


RE: Vintage Delta Scroll saw -- see second post - brianwelch - 04-16-2019

I have seen them in our area for $25--> $50. Lower priced have cord/switch issues, but other wise decent condition