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bigmixx
10-02-2006, 02:14 PM
Based off these pics, does anybody know what model table this is? It's a used 8 foot Brunswick that I'm looking to purchase. A local installer has it for sale at $1000 including delivery and installation. He says he looked it over and all he knows is that it's a Brunswick table that's approx 15 years old. Thanks!
http://b.im.craigslist.org/P9/DX/h0el8nNaBWNTmMypHezE7pd2O8od.jpg
http://a.im.craigslist.org/yC/KO/T8UhA1yHjzRXTj98tjAdqA6w0ySC.jpg

Brian in VA
10-03-2006, 01:23 PM
bigmixx,
Have you looked on the Brunswick website? I think it's www.brunswick.com (http://www.brunswick.com) and there's pages of pictures of old tables. I don't recognize it myself but $1000 seems really cheap including set up. If it plays decent, that's a steal!

Good Luck!
Brian in VA

bigmixx
10-03-2006, 07:20 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote Brian in VA:</font><hr> bigmixx,
Have you looked on the Brunswick website? I think it's www.brunswick.com (http://www.brunswick.com) and there's pages of pictures of old tables. I don't recognize it myself but $1000 seems really cheap including set up. If it plays decent, that's a steal!

Good Luck!
Brian in VA <hr /></blockquote>

Thanks for the reply Brian. I checked the Brunswick website and unfortunately all the pics of tables are antique tables built way before the one I'm looking at. I've searched all over the net and can't find anything that looks like it. I'm going to look at it this weekend and hopefully I can find out more about it. I was trying to talk the guy into felting it so I can play on it but he didn't want to because his price includes new felt. Doesn't want to have to remove the felt if someone doesn't want green felt. I'll update this thread with my findings after this weekend.

Pizza Bob
10-04-2006, 07:44 AM
Brunswick makes three lines of tables - IIRC - There is the commercial line, the recreational line, and the home line. I would suspect this table was from one of the latter two. Check it out thoroughly. Does it have .75" or 1" slate. How much use is made of particle board and what is solid wood? How is the slate framed and supported? It may be fine for what you want it for, and if the price includes moving and set-up, it may not be too bad. A lot of "purists" on here, recommend a good used commercial grade, but you're looking at about double the money of the one you found. Just go into it with your eyes open. Good luck with whatever choice you make.

Adios,

Pizza Bob