I have a mid sized with a few upgrades, large bore head stock, power feed, power reverse switch and steady rest w/chuck. Price new about a year ago was $2200, asking $2000 and could meet you halfway from Kokomo Indiana
nancewayne, I haven't been on here in a while, at one time I was in contact with someone on AZ that was a retired Cuetec dealer, and I was trying to get in touch with them, was that you or do you know who it could have been, thank you.
Not sure if your still interested in a Joss N7 original throwback cue? I have three of them for sale, accept, mine are wrap less and has points that are not from a cnc. They also come with COA from Dan Janes with the Joss seal embedded in the paperwork. Two shafts with each cue. The real deal as close to the color of money cue in the movies that Dan could due, accept for modern wood and again, wrap less.
I've been well, thanks for asking, Kevin. I lost my wife of 47+ years Jan 1 this year after an extended illness. Now I've been re-evaluating everything in my life. I do come here almost daily but seldom post because it will be disregarded by the people it's intended for, they just regurgitate shamelessly. As far as the good guys on this forum when I do post it's a sign of support. Be well, my friend.
The book I recommended "The Eight Ball Bible" by R Givens is truly worth the read and
study of. Dedicated to the Bar Box and written when Heavy Balls were still in use (not so
much nowadays), but the info will work on larger tables as well. It doesn't cost much after
you consider the gains you get from it.
If your interested, I would like to send you a photo of a Schmelke I have here for sale. It is one heck of a hitting cue and is a four point cue. It is a special cue with the model # SPL-11, you can't find it anywhere.