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  1. Thanks, I did find one sorta' similar on e-bay and some comments on clayart. Getting bits and pieces of info and it's a pleasant surprise. It's worth more than I thought.
  2. Thanks for the info. That and one I found on e-bay gets me into the ballpark.
  3. I'm going to try local. I live in San Diego, Calif. The wheel is too heavy to ship and there are lots of potters in the area.
  4. I want to sell an older Shimpo wheel but have no idea what is a fair price. It's around 30 years old and in good shape...I bought it new. As I understand it Shimpos only have one breakable part in the motor (some sort of belt thingy...which I replaced once) and should last forever. The plastic splash pan is cracked/patched. I don't know the model number but it is a workhorse. When I had opposable thumbs (without arthritis), it handled 25 lbs. of clay easily. Any ideas of a fair price? Any ideas where else to search for info on pricing? Thanks, Norma
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