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Moving soon - near Sion Farm

Yvonne
July 07, 2013 08:18AM

Registered: 11 years ago
Posts: 164

Near Sunny Isle and Plaza East ... easy pickup ....

$10 toaster
$20 – baking pans – 4 pans, muffin pan, 2 cookie sheets, and a Bundt pan
$12 – lunch time solutions
$10 - Storage solutions
$10 – Hydraulic Car jack
$50 – gas grill with cooking utensils, bottle and stand
$60 – 16ft. extension ladder
$20 – Beach set = two boogie boards, beach chair and lobster hook
$10 – approx.. 70 feet of Christmas lights in plastic tubing (great for outdoors – house/boat)
$90 – 26” flat screen TV, with remote (sound on remote does not work)
$30 – 6 ft ladder
can be seen at [virgin.craigslist.org]
[virgin.craigslist.org]
[virgin.craigslist.org]

$40 Each - Industrial racks ( 2 for $70) - New $90 each at Cost-U-Less - can be seen at [virgin.craigslist.org]

$400 1992 Isuzu Rodeo– has tow hitch (value $200) - fixer upper or for parts… 160,000 miles
can be seen at [virgin.craigslist.org].

We are located near Sion Farm for easy pickup!

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