This month things are more of a normal pace.
Headstocks rebuilt so far in August 2016:
Jernigan machine #2, FL, 1984 model
Hankins machine #3, KS, 1985 model
Dunscombe, WA, 2002 machine
Lustre machine #1, VA, 1979 model
Lustre machine #2, VA, 2002 model
Lustre machine #3, VA, 1982 model
Reeves, OH, mid 1970’s machine
Gifford, NY, 1988 machine
Cone, MI, 2000 machine
Pierce, NC, 1981 machine
Mcguire, IA, 1979 machine
Millar, MI, 1959 machine
Roach, TX, 1982 machine
Bagwell, PA, 1979 machine
Milner, TN, 1988 machine
2 on hand to rebuild and 2 more incoming. Send yours in now!
Travelling customer Lustre brought me 3 machines for servicing!
A well preserved Greenie I recently rebuilt.
Thank you emails from recent customers:
Fedex delivered my headstock late yesterday afternoon. I mounted it this afternoon and tested it by completing the job I had just started when the headstock quit running.
It’s probably as close as I’ll ever come to knowing what a new ShopSmith feels like. Even with a well-used saw blade, the machine purrs like a kitten and runs like a tiger.
In this throwaway world, it’s nice to know that there are a few honest craftsmen left. Thanks for being one of them.
Received my headstock today. Remounted it and gave it a try. It sounds better than new.
Thanks for the prompt service. Put me on your list of happy customers.
I am sending you an email because I want to thank you for the great repair work you did on my shopsmith headstock. It runs VERY quiet an it works just like new. After I put it back on the way tubes and turned it on I could not believe how great it ran, I had the desire to saw up every board that I had.
Thanking you very, very much,