I am doing a bit of house cleaning in my shop and have a few pieces of machinery that I have not been using. Sorry no shipping on these items. I would consider driving a short distance to help cover driving expenses. SOLDFirst up is a homemade 2x48 belt grinder with 8 inch smooth contact wheel. The tracking/rear idler wheel are home-made and could use a rework? You must loosen a bolt and tap with a mallet to adjust tracking. Could also use a stronger tension spring. The contact wheel does have some run-out. I used this machine extensively when I was a gunsmith for polishing chores before bluing. It can be used as a slackbelt or contact wheel, no platen. I am offering this for sale at $125. The motor alone new from Baldor retails for $357. Keep in mind, this is not a state of the art knife grinder but can be put to work, either blade grinding or secondary work as-is or could be reworked into a better machine. Next up is a Enco 12 inch disc grinder. This one is an older model made in Taiwan. Nice machine, runs smooth. I do not think I have the miter attachment but will look for it. Consider no attachment, but if i find it, it will be a bonus. $150. Enco has this one listed on sale for $239. Not sure what shipping and tax would run. Last up is a used Burr King 482.SOLD I have the machine in storage and would not have pictures until Friday or Saturday of this week. This is a link to the Burr King website. This is a top of the line grinder that is great for all the secondary operations when building a knife. The price new on this grinder , without shipping or tax is $1800. $850 firm. No pedestal, 110 volt, plug and play! http://www.burrking.com/catalog/p-100003/model-482-2-x-48-three-wheel-belt-grinder/sku-40100 [video=youtube;gAApq99DZAg]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAApq99DZAg&feature=BFa&list=UUqRoUzi_mehQO4DnTL-BncQ[/video] If interested in all three I would discount to $1100. Again , sorry no shipping or Paypal on these.