Nice shape,no visable breaks or repairs,the actual plate that bolts to the side of an engine is plate steel,not a factory made piece. This is all I have,I know there is a large base these can bolt to but I don't have it or any other attachments. Price is $475 and hopefully if sold the buyer can arrange pickup. I can strap it on a pallet,run it out to Fastenal and ship collect if need be. It would be a nice addition to a T oriented shop.
Please PM me if interested.Thanks.
Still available,standing like a passenger at the train station waiting for a ride somewhere where it will be useful and appreciated. On the notched wheel that turns is stamped A2,whether that is a plus or minus in the T world is unknown. Take $450.
I've had a couple I thought they all had a bottom plate with wheel the only wear the ones I've ever seen all had the bottom plate with a Wheels
This is what the original stand looks like.
My 26 Wilson catalog does not show a floor plate. I think it came out later and was an add on. I think most would have just been bolted to the floor at a work station.
I'm surprised this hasn't sold. It's priced at about $1,000 less than a good one with the base, and you can make a suitable base for a lot less than that.
I've bought and sold them for less than 1000. With the stand this is the first one I've seen with out
Sold pending funds. Thanks MTFCA.
I found one of these stands in a local junkyard without the base about 25 years ago. Put it in Hemmings and a guy called me at 1 oclock in the morning the day after the magazine came out and bought it. I heard they could have a base but never saw one until Ed posted this picture. Thanks Ed.
That base is actually the earlier style. The later base was a flat steel plate with cast corner brackets that held the wheels.
WTB....KW Wilson base just like the one in Ed in California’s photo...thanks.