I have a commercial grade, electronic reloading machine for sale. It is a Camdex 2100, twelve station, linear reloader set up for 45 acp. Even though it was built in 1978, except for the electronics, it is the exact same press they build today and sell for $26,500. It’s a great machine, but more then I can handle. If you can think of a crew served reloader, this is it. When it’s it up and running at maximum capacity, we’re talking 4400 rounds an hour. At $5000, it would quickly pay itself off for a person who is interested in remanufacturing and selling 45acp.
Be advised that I believe it needs to be modernized. It runs, but man it’s really temperamental. I spoke to the owner of Camdex and he says it can be refurbished for a cost of anywhere from $700 to $3000. Frankly, I think a machinist or a someone with an engineering background can work wonders with it. Lastly, one can imagine something like this is a bit heavy - it took four people to unload it from the back of my p/u. Plan on the expense of shipping. Then again, it was worth the drive to Indiana when I purchased it (I live in NC). It maybe worth the drive for someone else.
I can send more JPG's of The Beast to an interested buyer. The Camdex site is: