ITEM #97

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BID: CLOSED
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$42
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BID DATE:
10/13/2018 12:10 PM
CURRENT BIDDER:
lilac
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DESCRIPTION

CRAFTSMAN FOLDING WORKMATE STAND

Age. More than 10 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 31 high x 26 deep x 30 wide
Rating: 8
Comments. This is a Craftsman folding workbench /table which has a collapsible metal frame, a tool holding bracket as well as a foot rest. The two -section table top opens up to 7 wide so you can keep those big jobs clamped tight. The top has a ruler, an angle guide and will hold up to 250 pounds. This item is in good, sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some paint wear, has soiling and is missing a small part of the top only on an inside corner as seen in our photo. Give it a cleaning and this guy is ready to go to work. Good-size work stand for on-the-job or in the workshop and is big enough to hold one of your power tools.

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