for some crazy reason someone need a buffer

Mr_Roboto

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I've got a propane powered high speed buffer. $800 get it out of my garage was 3600 new from what I've been told. It's got 16 hours on it and probably needs some cobwebs blown out.
 

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it took me a minute to realize you were talking about a floor buffer.

the gears in my head were turning imagining some crazy 4 stroke contraption that takes 1lbs cylinders to buff a car
 

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I'm tempted to take it and make it into some sort of alternative power setup since it's a propane engine. Hell I think I have an electric one here that uses a fixed magnet motor. Would be fun.
 

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I'm tempted to take it and make it into some sort of alternative power setup since it's a propane engine. Hell I think I have an electric one here that uses a fixed magnet motor. Would be fun.
turn it upside down and mount a seat on it. charge the neighborhood kids $1 to ride it
 

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