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This week's Auction on 99th Street in Kansas City Kansas closes July 23rd by Dale Wilch Sales

2217 N 99th St, Kansas City, KS 66109

Current Bid: $0.00
Next Required Bid: $0.99

 
Scheduled Close
07/23/2018
07:06 pm CDT
2d 23h 45m

20 new in the (dealers) package are these Plasma cutter Torch Consumables Nozzle Ceramic Shield Cup electrode covers.  Sorry I'm not sure which torch this was designed for.  I've provided the dimensions of it using a set of dial calipers.  If you recognize the application or need additional information, let me know.  Thanks, Dale Wilch



This week's Auction on 99th Street in Kansas City Kansas closes July 23rd by Dale Wilch Sales

2217 N 99th St, Kansas City, KS 66109

Current Bid: $0.99
Next Required Bid: $1.99

High Bidder: # 10013
Scheduled Close
07/23/2018
07:06 pm CDT
2d 23h 45m

Another tool from the same guy with all the other dirty pieces of equipment.  As the others, this grinder work perfectly but has been used in a asphalt plant or some place like that. 


This week's Auction on 99th Street in Kansas City Kansas closes July 23rd by Dale Wilch Sales

2217 N 99th St, Kansas City, KS 66109

Current Bid: $0.99
Next Required Bid: $1.99

High Bidder: # 10021
Scheduled Close
07/23/2018
07:06 pm CDT
2d 23h 45m

Milwaukee 6520-21 13 Amp Sawzall Orbital Reciprocating Saw with Case.  Looking kinda ugly because of the dirt but works flawlessly. 


A few items going to the high bidder this week at Dale Wilch's Man Cave by Dale Wilch Sales

1501 West 31st Suite #342 in the Down Town Underground Caves, Kansas City, MO 64108

Current Bid: $0.99
Next Required Bid: $1.99

High Bidder: # 10046
Scheduled Close
07/23/2018
08:06 pm CDT
3d 0h 45m

Dealer's pack of 10 complete USA made Stanley tools hole saws and drill arbor kits for door lock installation.  10 Arbors and drill bits included with 10 of each 1-1/8" sawa and 10 of the 2-1/8" saws.  Specifically made for the installation of the wood door lock/ knob installation, but a nice kit with the steel arbor just to have at this screaming deal.  Again Flea Market vendors make some big bucks with this package. 


A few items going to the high bidder this week at Dale Wilch's Man Cave by Dale Wilch Sales

1501 West 31st Suite #342 in the Down Town Underground Caves, Kansas City, MO 64108

Current Bid: $0.99
Next Required Bid: $1.99

High Bidder: # 10064
Scheduled Close
07/23/2018
08:07 pm CDT
3d 0h 46m

If nothing else the seriously heavy steel box is worth a decent bid.  I've got the remnants of  a PDQ (Stihl Style) 12" gas powered concrete saw.  Wouldn't start a few years ago and has been on the shelf in pieces since then.  Maye you can fix it or just to have for parts.


A bunch of cool Antique tools, equipment, fixtures, pole insulators and 1200# table saw by Dale Wilch Sales

1501 West 31st Suite #342 in the Down Town Underground Caves, Kansas City, MO 64108

Current Bid: $0.00
Next Required Bid: $0.99

 
Scheduled Close
08/06/2018
07:00 pm CDT
2w 2d

Powerful direct drive motor and included with this saw is 2 HD fences and 2 Miter Gauge slide.  Here's some interesting history and information about the manufacturer of this table saw:  The J. A. Fay & Egan Co. was formed by the 1893 merger of Cincinnati-based rivals J. A. Fay & Co., and the Egan Co. It continued the position of its predecessor companies as one of the world's largest manufacturers of woodworking machinery.
The 1893 merger was not a one-step procedure. It seems that the two parent firms created a co-owned entity, J. A. Fay & Egan Co., but each continued to operate fairly independently—as the Fay Department and the Egan Department—for several years. We have seen ads from each of the parent firms as late as January 1901. These ads do not mention J. A. Fay & Egan Co., and it seems likely that the machines themselves were not always marked with the post-merger name until after 1900. Thus, a "J. A. Fay & Co." or "Egan Co." name on a machine probably means "made in 1901 or earlier" rather than "made in 1893 or earlier".
One place where there was an abrupt transition from the pre-merger names to the post-merger name was in patent assignments. The earliest patent we have found that was assigned to J. A. Fay & Egan Co. is dated 1893-06-06, and we have found no patents assigned to one of the parent companies after that date.
Fay & Egan fell onto hard times by 1928, and then went bankrupt in 1937. It was acquired by Walter F. Schott from the Egan family. Schott sold many assets but continued the woodworking machinery manufactory. In 1957, a fire destroyed many foundry patterns.
In 1977 the company was liquidated. According to Batory's book, a Cincinnati businessman purchased some of the assets and created a new business, Dels Inds, to supply parts and documentation on the old machines. That company has long since disappeared. Writing in 1985, Chandler W. Jones in Planers, Matchers and Molders in America says, "Today, Fay & Egan functions as a division of James A. Wulfeck, Inc., building a limited line of woodworking machines. Primary efforts are in the metalworking area."
See the entry for J. A. Fay & Co. for pointers to its predecessors. From the 1850s through to the 1920s, Cincinnati was probably the biggest center in the world for the manufacture of woodworking machinery. Some of the company names suggest the intertwined nature of the business relationships over the years:
 



A bunch of cool Antique tools, equipment, fixtures, pole insulators and 1200# table saw by Dale Wilch Sales

1501 West 31st Suite #342 in the Down Town Underground Caves, Kansas City, MO 64108

Current Bid: $4.66
Next Required Bid: $5.66

High Bidder: # 10051
Scheduled Close
08/06/2018
07:03 pm CDT
2w 2d

Wild looking and old arc welder with cable and portable dolly.  7 different heat positions.  Can you imagine how much copper is in this antique?  It could salvage for over $200 if it doesn't work.  I'm betting it will work.


High performance parts, machine shop, Corvette restoration parts auction closing August 18th by Dale Wilch Sales

1501 West 31st Suite #342 in the Down Town Underground Caves, Kansas City, MO 64108

Current Bid: $1.99
Next Required Bid: $2.99

High Bidder: # 10022
Scheduled Close
08/30/2018
08:06 am CDT
5w 5d

So much power in the Snap On IM-3 "Butterfly" impact wrench.  3/8" drive and with the optional swivel hose and fitting out the back.  Leather protector cover on it too.


High performance parts, machine shop, Corvette restoration parts auction closing August 18th by Dale Wilch Sales

1501 West 31st Suite #342 in the Down Town Underground Caves, Kansas City, MO 64108

Current Bid: $3.99
Next Required Bid: $4.99

High Bidder: # 10064
Scheduled Close
08/30/2018
08:07 am CDT
5w 5d

Assortment of metal and wood cutting hole saws with a mandrel too