As portlandRon says, the only real drawback is the limited collet capacity. Also lack of the power downfeed the J head has. That being said, neither point should be a deal-breaker unless the buyer is planning on doing a lot of large work and/or lots of boring. The price may be a tad bit high, but on the other hand if the machine is in really good shape it's not totally unreasonable, either. And it's available. I don't know what the machinery market is like where you are, but in some parts of the country ANY used machine is tough to find.
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