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Old 03-23-2020, 07:36 PM   #1
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I know this isn't the perfect place to post her but I'm running out of options. I recently picked up a machine from an auction and I can't seem to identify it. It's mad by Kollmann and it's got a Leland electric motor on it and on the side of the casting it say k-100-6 but I still can't seem to find anything on this particular machine any help in identification would be much appreciated
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I know this isn't the perfect place to post her but I'm running out of options. I recently picked up a machine from an auction and I can't seem to identify it. It's mad by Kollmann and it's got a Leland electric motor on it and on the side of the casting it say k-100-6 but I still can't seem to find anything on this particular machine any help in identification would be much appreciated
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I know this isn't the perfect place to post her but I'm running out of options. I recently picked up a machine from an auction and I can't seem to identify it. It's mad by Kollmann and it's got a Leland electric motor on it and on the side of the casting it say k-100-6 but I still can't seem to find anything on this particular machine any help in identification would be much appreciated

yeah I got a full set of manuals for it....
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You think they’d at least post a pic of this machine.
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You think they’d at least post a pic of this machine.
probably some jerkoff thats gona try and sell it here too after he got a price...
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