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 Posted: Wed Dec 6th, 2017 01:38 pm
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Marlon Martinez
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Looking for a clean working pancake either restored or original. I prefer 10" or 12" and shipping NJ.
Thanks

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 Posted: Wed Dec 6th, 2017 03:48 pm
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Jenn Selchow
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Listing your price range and shipping zip code might help conjure responses. Also, what size are your seeking? 12", 16", or are you not particular?

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 Posted: Wed Dec 6th, 2017 10:31 pm
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Ted Kaczor
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10" Pancake depends on production year could cost you up to 12K or so, the 12" I would say would start from $650 up to $6000 possibly more. So as you see there's a huge range and to be more specific could help you narrow down what you realistically could get. I have about 3 different Pancakes for sale not restored, but complete and running.  

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 Posted: Thu Dec 7th, 2017 12:49 am
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^ Yeah, What Ted said. I also have a couple of 12" Pancakes to offer but none are economy options.

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 Posted: Thu Dec 7th, 2017 03:48 am
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Marlon,pick a 12" pancake from 1899 to 1907/8.   The 1905 and before are a bit nicer (fancier) so I'd go there unless you need to watch your money.   Any pancake before 1899 and the 10" and 14" ones are going to cost you both legs, both arms, and the skin off your ears.  Figure if you want a back switch model 1899-1902 or a switch in base 1903 and later.  1902 and later are 5 speeds, two speeds before that other than a few one speeds you are not likely to come across.  Then choose stick or trunnion.  Easy choices, huh?   Take your time and try to land one you really want.




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 Posted: Thu Dec 7th, 2017 03:27 pm
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Marlon Martinez
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Thank you so much Steve.

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 Posted: Fri Dec 8th, 2017 01:52 am
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Bill Samek
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That fan has a beautiful pancake motor and great pizza slice blades. It must be extremely valuable because it is so very rare. I have never seen one quite like it before.
How were you able to catch such a find?  :clap:


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 Posted: Fri Dec 8th, 2017 10:40 pm
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They are rare to see without at least a few bites taken out!

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