[EDIT: Terrible photoshop added to more accurately represent what you are going to get]
Okay so a few years ago I bought a large and heavy (to me) milling machine from someone else, thinking someday I would get around to converting it to a CNC. Years passed, and I have about a hundred more projects, and was told by my parents to sell or otherwise make it disappear, and buy a much smaller one if I still needed one later xD
The machine is VERY heavy and looks very old. It looks like the picture below, but it’s missing some parts and is painted an ugly grey-brown color. The work table part (t slot?) has significant rust on it, and the old grease makes the slides tight (but still moveable). The spindle turns fine, the collet bolt is included, but not a collet (or any accessories really). It is missing a handwheel and the belt cover (can make one out of sheetmetal prob) (but I have a belt and a TEFC motor that works). You need a bolt to attach the motor.
It was delivered to me in the back of a pickup truck that the guy supposedly bought for $200 and unloaded using a (VERY) OSHA-noncompliant combination of engine hoist and sketchy chains. Based on Internet research, it looks to be about 700 kg (NOT lb).
The machine appears to be able to be disassembled, but this is definitely quite a task, as each part will be rather heavy.
I will post some pictures of the actual machine once I can get the garage cleaned out enough to do this, but for now I found a picture of a machine whose chassis is basically identical. I do not have a motor speed control on this one.
Whoever decides to buy this will need to figure out a way to either disassemble and move, or simply move, the unit. A truck is required, as well as a (hopefully more OSHA-compliant) setup for lifting and rigging. I have a wood pallet but I doubt this is helpful in any way.
I will be glad to take offers on this, what is it worth to you? It’s definitely a lot of metal.