Inherited SA 200
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    Inherited SA 200

    Hello everyone, retired semiconductor executive now in full time ministry for 8 years. My "hero" big brother passed away and left me a Lincoln SA 200 Redface. Hasn't been run in at least 5 years. He taught me how to weld back in the early 60's using a service truck mounted welder.

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    Mar 2010
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    Re: Inherited SA 200

    I might be interested, depending on the asking price and location. PM me those details, please.

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    Nov 2012
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    ROCKVILLE ,,VA
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    Re: Inherited SA 200

    SORRY FOR LOSS OF YOUR BROTHER,,,Very nice machine !!!looks well taken care of,,,where are located at? thanks

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    Re: Inherited SA 200

    I'm in Austin Texas. Had a guy come by and got it running in 10 minutes. I sold it for $2500

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    Re: Inherited SA 200

    Great!! GLAD TO HEAR!! PRETTY SURE GUY WAS HAPPY WITH THAT MACHINE!! YOUR BROTHER TOOK VERY GOOD CARE OF THAT MACHINE!!

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