FS - Beseler 67C-XL enlarger + extras

Discussion in '[Classifieds] For Sale' started by Dave Starr, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. Dave Starr

    Dave Starr Member

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    Packing & shipping costs would be high, so pickup only in Flint, Michigan. Price - whatever you think it's worth - I'd rather see it being used than tossed out.
    Beseler 67C enlarger with XL column - extruded column, not the round pipe column.
    Condensor head, 2 color heads with spare stabilized power supplies (these are not easily repairable), 35mm & 6x7 mixing boxes, 35mm, mounted slide, 645 & 6x7 negative carriers. Lenses - have a couple, depends on your wallet & offer. No baseboard - I had it bolted to a table - can be easily made from plywood - I can cut one out if you supply the material. All in very good working order, a bit dusty but easily cleaned up.
     
  2. Dave Starr

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    Add to the above - I also have a 11x14 2 blade easel & a timer (I think it still works) I'll include.
     
  3. MattKing

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    These are really good 35mm and medium format (to 6x7) enlargers for anyone who is either starting out, or moving up to medium format.

    I used one for 25+ years. When I got a deal on a used Omega D6 I switched to it for my (small, temporary) darkroom, but I kept the Beseler, because if I ever am able to set up a permanent darkroom again, it will definitely include both.
     
  4. Dave Starr

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    I moved to an Omega D5-XL. If I had the room in my darkroom, I'd set up both, but there's just not enough space.
     
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    man i want this but can't afford shipping OR get someone to pick it up. ha, darn... good luck with the sale though.
     
  6. Dave Starr

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    Anyone?
     
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    ha I want it but doubt I could afford it / you (understandably) don't want to ship it. UGH
     
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    what price are you willing to accept. maybe someone can have it fed ex how heavy is it.. ? in in NY