Here are 13 old, maybe not antique soda bottles. You can see the labels.
Please help me! My wife said that no one would want these and they have been taking up room in our basement for years. Please take them!!!
They are free for the taking. I hate to put them in recycling before trying to find a new home for them.
This is something that was created back in the 40s or 50s (based on the materials). Someone started with a singer treadle sewing machine base, then added 2 motors, a drill press, and 2 spindles – one loaded with buffing wheels, the other with grinders. It actually still works pretty well….
Must take both it’s a 14ft boat I don’t know the history of it
Free stereo just don’t wanna throw it out. Great to have a place where you can’t plug it in
The cushions are pretty beat up. The underside, where the cushions sit, on the large couch is missing the fabric. (Intact on the chair/love seat). The boats are in great condition. If you want them they are yours! Name a time.
Unpressure treated pallets
Unpressured treated pallets, cut into manageable sizes.
you haul away
This beautiful home could be yours if you have a truck big enough to haul it away. And a lot to set it on. And electricity to hook up to it. And plumbing. Level it. Replace rotted floor. Replace termite infested walls and roof. Insulate and drywall inside. You know what? At today’s housing prices, this still comes in as a bargain. I’m pretty sure you can sell all that antique stuff inside for what the repairs will cost, right?
Happy New Year, Ralph, this is one eye-catching Sparky ad.