Delta 14″ Bandsaw

I’ve been looking for the right deal on one of these 14 inch band saws for a while. I’ve had to pass up several good deals for various reason but I finally found one when I had the money to buy it!

It’s a nice early version with the round delta badge. It’s mostly complete. It has the solid steel wheels which was something I was looking for. This saw is definitely a keeper!

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  1. Guy Mazza says:

    I am interested in purchasing one of these, an old Delta 14″ Band saw 30s-40s with curved feet open stand please contact,also any Delta 14″50s-60s, 2 differnt eras in design, Thanks

  2. Guy Mazza says:

    Interested in buying an Older Delta Band Saw 14″ any condition, actually from 2 different eras 30s-40s Deco, than a 50s, please email Guy at guymazza@verizon Philadelphia area.

  3. Nate Wagher says:

    I have a large bandsaw from 1905 and a large planer that is at least this old. I may be interested in selling them if anyone is interested. I would love to get them running agian but I don’t have the room or time right now.

  4. Luke says:


    I’ve sent you an email about this.

  5. Bill Drawbaugh says:

    I have a Delta Milwaukee 14″ bandsaw with a heavy cast iron base. Does anyone know when it was mfg ? or what its value might be ?

  6. Bill Kugler says:

    I’d like to sell my grandfather’s old Delta 14″ bandsaw. It looks just like the one on this page. E-mail

  7. Dave Watson says:

    I have a Delta-Milwaukee band saw that I need an 8″ arbor pulley for. Anyone out there have one that’d get rid of for a good price?

  8. Bob says:

    Looking for Parts to a 14″ bandsaw?

  9. pauly says:

    i was just given a mint condition one for free im so excited 1 609 489 1062 please call me to talk about it please

  10. Luke says:

    Bob, what do you have? Please send me an email (info (at) Thanks

  11. Good Article. It gave me a lot of information.
    Thanks :)

  12. Bryan says:

    I have a 1940′s Delta Milwaukee 14″ bandsaw, All orignal,still works almost like new….just as pictured above, .IF interested, Right price MAY take it home…Thanks Bryan
    (central Missouri)

  13. Bryan says:

    I have a 1940′s Delta Milwaukee 14″ bandsaw, All orignal,still works almost like new….just as pictured above, .IF interested, Right price MAY take it home…Thanks Bryan
    (central Missouri)

  14. Dave says:

    I have an old Delta bandsaw given to me by my wifes grandfather… Model 810 Ser#:58-9129, The motor is useless, any suggestions on a new motor?

  15. Richard says:

    I have a Delta Milwaukee I want to sell it is in very nice condition, could use new rubber tires on wheels. let me know if anyone is interested in purchasing, I live North of St. Louis, Missouri.

  16. Mike says:

    Me and my father are looking to find out more about our old Delta 14″ wood/metal bandsaw. My grandfather bought it for $25 many years ago and restored it. It works and looks great and we even have the original DoAll blade repair welder. Our biggest question is that when we are looking at the limited number of pics online we don’t see one like his. For one our saw has a handle inside the drive guard that can disengage the motor drive to the belt drive. The second is that we have an oil reservoir on the front of the machine for the transmission. Other then that the pics above look the same. same Delta decal. Any info is greatly appreciated. Email to Thanks!

  17. steve pirera says:

    I just found band saw with a name plate that says delta milwaukee and the serial number plate says it comes from the delta power tool division and was made by rockwell manufacturing. the serial number on it is au727. I am trying to find out when it was made and what size it is and any other information i can get on it.

  18. Chris says:

    Do you know what model the saw is in the photos above? I have the same saw but cannot find the serial number on it.

  19. Luke says:

    Chris, the really early machines by Delta don’t have serial number tags anywhere – it was before they started doing that. An easy way to determine the period of the machine is to look at the manufacturers tag. The early Delta tag is round with the art-deco look to it. Hope that helps!


  20. Luke says:

    Steve, if you call Delta and tell them the serial number they can tell you the month/date it was made as well as send you a photocopy of the manual/parts-list for it.


  21. todd larkin says:

    I have been looking for an old Delta 14″ stand mounted late 1940′s 28-207 bandsaw for some time now, what would you say is a fair price range for a unit in good working condition. I know this is tough but a rough idea will be fine. Thanks.

  22. Mark says:

    I have a little 28-110, 10″ Delta Homecraft bandsaw from ~1950. I bought it as a box of parts and restored it about 25 yrs It is still going strong. For a smaller shop, this saw is a good option. It’s made like the older 14″ Delta saw (like the nice example that started this post) with tubular cast iron frame, so it’s a serious tool, not a toy.

  23. Steve says:

    I am in the middle of a restoration of old cast iron 14 inch Delta with 2 speed gearbox on open metal stand, bought it a while ago, all working with 3 phase motor. At present trying to get hold of a raising block to increase the cutting height.
    Ebay have these machine on them ranging from £50 to £100 each. It is always best to get a pallet delivery anywhere in the UK from £30 delivery mainland only, 3 days service door to door.
    What with the price of petrol at almost £6 gallon its much cheaper for delivery.

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