Wintertime is a great time to get your tools in order, because you know you will be busy with spring projects soon.
Headstocks rebuilt so far in December 2018
Guest, OK, 1955 machine
Starr, TX, 1981 machine
Brown, AL, 1985 machine
Nordby, CA, 1981 machine
Linebaugh, MI, 1981 machine
Woodley, VA, 1982 machine
Brown, OH, 1982 machine
Plus 4 headstocks on hand to be rebuilt, none currently incoming.
Here are a few recent thank you emails.
Jacob – Thanks for helping me out the Greenie runs great have a safe and happy holiday season. Dan
Jacob, I received the headstock. Everything looks good. Thanks for the quick turnaround.Hope you have a great Holiday Season! Take care, Terry
Mr. Anderson, I binge watched all of your you tube videos today so I would have a full understanding of the inner working of the machine. To say the least, I am very impressed how you have carved out a niche with the internet so you can have a cottage industry and reach out, literally, to the world. Congratulations, you are a unique man. Incidentally, watching your metamorphosis through the videos when you are visible, is interesting.
My parts inventory is usually about $20,000 in cost. I stock everything I could possibly need for Mark V headstock repairs, and I sell over 80 items in my online store for maintenance and do it yourselfers.