Whoops, that should be BIG Opportunity. Hope this is legal here, as it's not truly a classified ad, since I'm not selling anything. Mods may have to move it to classifieds. Basically, I got this nice old table saw I need to get rid of. Well, actually, I need the space, and I kind of hate to get rid of the saw, but its time to thin the herd. Rockwell-Delta 9 inch contractors' table saw. I think the motor is 1.5 HP, big, heavy motor, TEFC. (EDIT-after looking at the picture--it's not TEFC) It is a light-duty contractor's saw, the fence isn't anything to write home about, but if you're in the market for a decently-made basic saw, this would be a nice "starter" saw. A friend gave it to me after a contractor left it on his jobsite years ago. It was in sad shape, but a few years ago (may have been 10) I refurbished it, cleaned and re-lubed it, put in a few new parts, repainted it etc. Has a new cord. It came out rather well, I think, but it has two bigger brothers in my shop, so it just never got used. I put a new blade on it--nothing earthshaking, a Steelex from Grizzly, but it is brand new and has no cuts on it except for the few test cuts I made when I finished. I'd rather give it to somebody here and maybe see a guitar or two it's helped build, than sell it on Craig's List to a total stranger. And besides Mrs. S says she doesn't want any Craigslist "creeps" coming around her house, and not being able to guarantee her only Craig's List Solid Citizens will come to look at the saw, here it is, a freebie. Understand it is old school. It does NOT have the blade guard or splitter, but I recommend you try to get them, if you get this saw. Same with the belt guard. Not there, but highly recommended. Other things I know it will need is a new set of casters--the ones its on now are cheapies, that don't lock--you'll want locking casters. The belt is in bad shape and will need replacement sooner than later. The throat plate is home made, OAK, zero-clearance, but you may want another one. You will use it at your own risk. You will have to come to my home in Loganville/Snellville and pick it up. I won't deliver or ship it--much too heavy. I will help you tip it into a truck or van, or whatever, but it is all cast iron (well, mostly), and pretty heavy. If you are interested in it, please PM me, and I'll get back in touch so we can arrange a mutually agreeable time for you to come pick it up. If more than one person is interested, the most fair way to determine the "winner" is by the first date-stamped (per TDPRI's messaging system) message expressing interest in the saw.