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    Hi, from Louisiana, found your site bc I have older model Lincoln SAE 300 welding machine (copper) that I need to sell; I was trying to find some specs and value Its not a beauty but wouldn't take much. I would like to learn to weld but just for myself so I dont need something like this machine.

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    Welcome To The Form
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    Welcome ,
    might want to start a tread in the lincoln section asking about value . Guys on here are very knowledgeable about machines of their liking . One of them will more than likely snap it up for themselves.

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    Ver, welcome to the forum.
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    Re: Ver

    Quote Originally Posted by ver View Post
    Hi, from Louisiana, found your site bc I have older model Lincoln SAE 300 welding machine (copper) that I need to sell; I was trying to find some specs and value Its not a beauty but wouldn't take much. I would like to learn to weld but just for myself so I dont need something like this machine.

    throw up a couple pictures, son.

    welcome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ver View Post
    hi, from louisiana, found your site bc i have older model lincoln sae 300 welding machine (copper) that i need to sell; i was trying to find some specs and value its not a beauty but wouldn't take much. I would like to learn to weld but just for myself so i dont need something like this machine.
    heres the pictures 6 months later; welding machine still for sale
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    Look on the front of the faceplate and there should be a code and serial numbers. Does it run?


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    Welcome to the Welding Web!


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