Ingersoll-rand *mint!!* 7807r 3/8" Heavy Duty Angle Drill! on 2040-parts.com
El Paso, Texas, US
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**This is a 5-day auction!** This is a NEW OR VERY NEAR NEW, MINT CONDITION Ingersoll-Rand 7807R 3/8" reversible heavy duty air ANGLE drill! Angle drills are perfect for drilling inside those late model engine compartments or drilling under the dashboard, can be used for other uses where space is a premium. The air drill reverses direction by simply pushing the button on the handle. This drill will provide up to 1,800 rpm and a huge .33 horsepower for those heavy duty jobs around your shop! The drill comes just as pictured with chuck key. This drill would cost you a BUNCH from Ingersoll-Rand, so here is you chance to pick up a nice one CHEAP! As you view each picture below, be sure and click on the ENLARGE tab so that you will be able to see SUPERSIZED pictures of this nice air angle drill!! There are no etchings on this drill and THERE IS NO RESERVE PRICE SO YOU NEED TO BID STRONG AND TAKE IT HOME!!!! United States shipping will be by Flat Rate Priority Mail and will cost you just $12.35 to anywhere in the United States including Alaska and Hawaii. International shipping will be by Priority Mail International as indicated by the International shipping calculator. I will be happy to combine shipping on multiple items to give you the best shipping deal possible! Successful bidders may win my auctions for up to 7 days and combine shipping costs over that time period. As new items are added, you will receive an updated invoice so that you can keep track of your total costs. You will be paying the ACTUAL shipping charge with no handling, packaging, or other ripoff charges. Winning bidder must make payment within 7 days or item will be re-auctioned! INTERNATIONAL BIDDERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME! I WILL GLADLY SHIP TO ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD!!!
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