Looking for a Vintage Saw or Drill Press? The GDA Online Auction Has You Covered

Here’s your chance to own hard-to-find circa 1950 power tools that have been completely disassembled and restored, right down to the last nut and bolt. Better hurry, the Guide Dogs of America Online Auction ends this Sunday, June 12 at 6 p.m. PT.

These one-of-a-kind pieces of history are completely functioning and will be the envy of all your handyman friends. Up for auction are a 1950s Craftsmen bench drill press, 1950s Craftsman 48” belt/disc sander, 1950s DeWalt radial arm saw, vintage Craftsman buck saw and a 1940-50s American Pulley Company hand truck.

Pick from more than 300 items—from a Fitbit watch to a luxurious vacation—up for auction You can also donate cash in any amount.

Guide Dogs of America receives no government funding or support and it costs approximately $42,000 for GDA to create a successful guide dog team. The school charges nothing to recipients or their families for the many services and items required. These include a fully trained guide dog, a specially designed harness, instruction by GDA’s professionally licensed trainers, on-site room and board for the 28-day instruction period, veterinary and follow-up care and travel expenses when requested.

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