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Great shape, a 10' long cast iron, 220v single phase, shoe finisher, for grinding and polishing shoes. Horsehair brushes, all the cutters too, boxed separately but included. This was running up to the day the shop closed. Also includes the cloth dust collector bags so it's ready to plug in and go. Dryer outlet plug is on it. Will deliver to local Dayton Ohio area (or charge per mile for further) but need you to unload it, and it weighs at least 1500 lbs or so. Motors are huge and heavy, and probably worth the price just for those. If no buyers I'll pull the motors and horsehair brushes and sell separately.
Like the title says. Every project, every finish, always ends with "buff it to a shine." I remember something about people using a Dremel to buff, which would be great if I could find my old Dremel, but I wondered too if I could use something like this to get a good shine or if it would just tear off the finish. (People use them to shine up vintage Mustangs so it can't be that rough, can it?) There are terry cloth and fleece bonnets, and probably others. Thoughts? Comments? Success and/or horror stories?
This is a Complete Shoe Repair Shop Machinery for Sale. Shop is closed. Everything must be Sold ASAP Price is very good for all this equipment. Sutton/Landis S2000 Finisher with Trimming Section Sanding Section for Adjustable Sole and Heel Trimming, Numb Keg Disk Sander, 5 Sanding Belts Section, Buffer Burnisher Section, Blower Motor section with Dust Collect section Retails for $9000 used alone. Landis 3 in 1 Long Arm Cutter. includes cutting Skiving, Press about $650 used Champion 5 in 1 Long Arm Cutter, Includes cutting Skiving, Press about $900 used Landis McKay 88 model Insole Chain Stitch machine for sewing Soles Through the shoes or Boots. Retails about $1000 used 2 Auto Soler wired Nail Driving Nail Machines, Cinderella Comet Brand. Retails about $250 each, used. Landis Model G Outsole Stitching Machine also known as Curved Needle Stitcher used for Sole Sole to Welts around the Outside of Shoes and Boots with Welts. Retails Used about $1500 Landis Welt Press To Decorate the Welt with Design, Retails used about $200 Landis Champion Table Top Heel Wheel used to Drive Nails through the Heels from inside while Pressing the Heels down from the outside can also be used as a Heel Press when doing Glue Jobs. Retails used about $950 2 Meta Landis Jack Stands with Assorted Metal Men Women Child Lasts. Used for Setting Hammering Nailing Heel and Sole Jobs while Standing and working on Shoes and Boots.Retails Used about $200 each. 2 Large Work Benches and some Misc. Stuff. $100 each 1 Big Open Close Sign. paid $200 new You will spend $10K or more on used equipment if you are planing on opening a Leather Repair Shop. Purchase Complete and Take it all while its here for $5700 Shop is closed Serious Buyers only please and you must move or arrange for Shipping.
As some may have read in the conversation section of the site, I am passing the torch and preparing to sell off all of my supplies, tools, machines, books, leather, and more. I recently purchased this burnisher from Cobra folks and a favorite machine in the shop. Has been used very little and always covered when not in use. Has sanding roll on one side and rosewood burnisher on other side. Variable speed motor and reversible as well. Great cast iron stand with small holding tray just beneath the table top. Stand is height adjustable and was ideal for me as I have to work from seated position. This would be a welcome addition to any shop. Selling for first $300.00 plus shipping or may be picked up in Opelika, Alabama, 36804. I will be listing all of my items here and on other sites which will provide good exposure and result in fast sales. Hope a leather person from this site is the buyer and please watch for many more items to be listed as we are able to get things together and pics taken. Will be a difficult chore but time has dictated that it is time is to go. Ask questions and I will attempt to answer them. Check the shipping charge that Cobra has listed, @ $69.00 I believe, and I will do whatever I can to be at that level or less. Actual shipping charges only. God Bless. Ray