Posted Sat May 11, 2013, 4:50pm Subject: Re: ID this grinder?
Hi, looks like it could be a Macdobar Todaro grinder.In un-restored condition, i'd pay maybe 200 euro, i found a fully restored one for 900 euro, send me an e-mail if you'd like a link. Be aware that these old grinders are often 380 volt and the motors often need rewinding, which can be expensive/tricky
Posted Sun May 12, 2013, 4:09am Subject: Re: ID this grinder?
Hi kit2000 thanks for the valuable info. I often do pages of google image searches online but didn't have the energy last night... Looks like this one has new burrs and is fully functional. Chrome is a little mottled though... Just verifying with the owner if it's 380V or 220V...
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