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Post  boffer on 3/8/2010, 6:42 pm

These carts might look like trash to you; they did to all the other people at the auction. That's why I got them for $1 a piece.

To me, I see 1 hours worth of time to strip one, turn it upside, remove the wheels, paint it, and end up with a steel table to set a 3x8 SFG bed on.





Ward warned me of the hazards of finding deals at auctions: I'll eventually have to build another garage to store the great deals!. I've already got my new beds made for this year, I really don't need these. If anybody wants one, come and get it. Bring some jokes and a pair of gloves so you can help me-I might be persuaded to modify it somewhat to fit your needs.
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Post  Odd Duck on 3/8/2010, 6:48 pm

Looks like a great find to me!

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Great find!

Post  jinx on 3/8/2010, 6:55 pm

If you had a patio to put them on you could maybe even remount the wheels so they are even more portable...?

I haven't been looking in our free classified section today. I guess I was tuckered out from moving all my free bricks... tomorrow is another day stuck at the computer so I'm sure I'll see more stuff eventually.
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Post  SirTravers on 3/8/2010, 6:57 pm

Those will make great tables. Now...what ya gonna do with the castors and that big pressure vessel? That just looks like a great air tank for air powered tools to me hehehe.

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Post  WardinWake on 3/8/2010, 7:44 pm

Steve:

If the casters can be removed without damage you can resell them for $10.00 each. That would be 40.00 per $1.00 cart = two bags of vermiculite...

God Bless, Ward.
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Post  boffer on 3/8/2010, 8:04 pm

@SirTravers wrote:..what ya gonna do with the castors and that big pressure vessel?

Good eye, Travers, it's a 120 gal air tank that's never had a motor/compressor mounted on it. I'll plumb it in with my existing 80 gal tank. I needed it as much as a hole in the head!

@WardinWake wrote:If the casters can be removed without damage...

Truth is, I bought them for the casters. Nearly everything I own is on wheels.
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Post  Theresa on 3/8/2010, 8:17 pm

GREAT FIND!!!

Take a picture of them when you get them fixed up, and SFGs on them!

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