With that being said, let's get to the good stuff. My plan to tackle this little cutie was pretty simple. First I sat my machine on top and traced the largest section of the base with a (affiliate link) Fons & Porter chalk wheel thing. I know, not ideal but it is what I had and it worked. I cut what I could with a circular saw and cut the smaller corners with a handsaw until I broke it.
The next day I went to Lowe's and bought one of these, I believe it is a Keyhole saw (affiliate link) - also know as an arm breaking piece of shit - but I digress it did work quite well and was less than $10.