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NE chapter guys, bargin used tool shop in Boylseton

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    NE chapter guys, bargin used tool shop in Boylseton

    578 West Boylston Street
    Worcester MA 01606

    Hours: Wednesday through Saturday, 1-5. Open every Saturday until
    further notice.


    There's still one remaining free hat, and there's two free bottles of
    booze to the first two people who bring me in a new customer(or both to
    the first person to bring me two new customers). Or, if you don't
    drink, a new customer will earn you three items off the $3.00 table. 21 or
    over on the booze, of course, and a new customer needs to be of the
    cash or credit card-bearing variety.

    Here's what's new and recently arrived: There's a Campbell Hausfeld
    30 gallon 7.2 cfm compressor, almost new, for $169.50, a Workmate for
    $25, a pair of genuine plastic sawhorses for $9.75, a Craftsman 4"
    belt/disc sander on a stand for $65, a Delta compound mitre saw for $65(all
    of the aforementioned are almost new), a cheapo wheelbarrow for
    $11.50—this is not almost like new.
    There's a bunch of cheapo drill presses—a Harbor Freight(I think)
    special for $29.50, and two others for $13.50 each. There's a 3450 ½ hp
    motor for $19.50, an older one, there's a Werner artriculated ladder(a
    folding ladder), for $79.50, a Makita sawsall in the case for $55, a
    Craftsman belt sander in case for $25.40, a Porter Cable skilsaw in case
    for $55—great shape, but the former owner ran over the cord and it needs
    There's a Porter Cable brad nailer, new in the box, as well as a
    Rotozip that's new in the box. There's two bench grinders, a Craftsman and
    a imported cheapo, a Black and Decker 8" table saw, only a few years
    old, for $22.50(very portable), several shopvacs, a metal Johnson bar,
    and a Craftsman rollaway and top box, newer and in good shape, for $35
    Also, last but not least, there's a bunch of new stuff on the bargain
    table, and many hand tools as well on the shelves. And make sure you
    check out the back hall—there's lots of bargains there as well.
    Hit or miss here but if you need stuff to fill tool box or one time tools you might find them here.