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For Sale Slightly used Glastar mini passer and dust collector



 
 
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Old January 4th 06, 03:52 PM posted to rec.crafts.glass
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Default For Sale Slightly used Glastar mini passer and dust collector

I am selling my minipasser cabinet w/dust collector. The cabinet is
slightly used maybe 20-30 times for etching of window glass and fused
glass bowls. It is perfect for most small to medium glass items and has
slits in the side to pass the glass through if it is to big. Here is a
link to the Glastar site so you can see it.
http://www.glastar.com/catalog/sandb...pssr_instr.cfm

The minipasser itself sells for around $1000 and the dust collector is
around $150 to $200 I will sell both for $600 or make me an offer. I
hesitate to go much less because $600 is about half price and it is in
like new condition. I live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and would prefer
someone pick it up but I can ship it for $80 dollars on a pallet if not.


Paul

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Old January 16th 15, 02:44 PM posted to rec.crafts.glass
P. Morgan
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Default For Sale Slightly used Glastar mini passer and dust collector

replying to pcgizzmo , P. Morgan wrote:


Hi,
Is your mini passer still for sale?

P. Morgan
pcgizzmo wrote:

I am selling my minipasser cabinet w/dust collector. The cabinet is
slightly used maybe 20-30 times for etching of window glass and fused
glass bowls. It is perfect for most small to medium glass items and has
slits in the side to pass the glass through if it is to big. Here is a
link to the Glastar site so you can see it.
http://www.glastar.com/catalog/sandb...pssr_instr.cfm

The minipasser itself sells for around $1000 and the dust collector is
around $150 to $200 I will sell both for $600 or make me an offer. I
hesitate to go much less because $600 is about half price and it is in
like new condition. I live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and would prefer
someone pick it up but I can ship it for $80 dollars on a pallet if not.



Paul




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Old January 20th 15, 09:30 PM posted to rec.crafts.glass
Chemo the Clown[_2_]
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Default For Sale Slightly used Glastar mini passer and dust collector

On Friday, January 16, 2015 at 6:44:02 AM UTC-8, P. Morgan wrote:
replying to pcgizzmo , P. Morgan wrote:


Hi,
Is your mini passer still for sale?

P. Morgan
pcgizzmo wrote:

I am selling my minipasser cabinet w/dust collector. The cabinet is
slightly used maybe 20-30 times for etching of window glass and fused
glass bowls. It is perfect for most small to medium glass items and has
slits in the side to pass the glass through if it is to big. Here is a
link to the Glastar site so you can see it.
http://www.glastar.com/catalog/sandb...pssr_instr.cfm

The minipasser itself sells for around $1000 and the dust collector is
around $150 to $200 I will sell both for $600 or make me an offer. I
hesitate to go much less because $600 is about half price and it is in
like new condition. I live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and would prefer
someone pick it up but I can ship it for $80 dollars on a pallet if not.



Paul




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