I have a 33" one, form an orderly queue

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  1. Wildman

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    My coronet lathe is 33" between centres now I know you all want one so form an orderly Queue and I'll get my legal adviser to deal with you.:Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    My Myford is 36" between centres and is far better made than your eurolathe , it's also LEZ compliant .. nah na ne na na :Laughing:
     
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    But can you pull an Aframe with it.
     
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    My VB only has 30 inch centre not fair at least it has its own shower

    Andy
     
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    SIGH! Big big Sigh!!:Sad: There's always someone that has one bigger than you:cry:
     
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    My Record is 36" between centres. And it was made in England!!! So there.
     
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    My Myford 7 is a 1947 one ( all the serial numbers are recorded and datable )

    It is in constant use but is possibly going to be replaced shortly with something else as I want a powered cross feed as well as line feed
     
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    Must be an old one i have a new ish small one for me pens and its not the best i think VB could now be the only British made lathe
     
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    Sandy's Charwood is 36", so he says. I really cannot pass comment. :BigGrin:

    Ivy
     
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    36" Delta Roger :Cool:
     
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    My Coronet was designed and built in England to a much higher standard then your ice cream box Myford. Mine it is full of extras, a plane, saw table, spindle moulder, morticer, sander, etc etc. It is made from real steel smelted in the UK and all parts were cast and machined in Derby. You can seat 4 people astride it yet two people can carry it and is dismantles small enough to fit into the smallest car. This RVL (really versatile Lathe) is the one everybody wants which is why I said to form an orderly Queue. Built to run in the LEZ without any harmfull emissions it was built by a man of vision, it can even turn winnie bagels. (So suitable for use in the East End of London as well as the City):Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
    My new Coronet also made in Derby is 6ft between Centres so there
     
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