This is a bike rack off of a city bus, it needs a clip replaced but it should be an easy fix
these guitars were made in the 70’s by the same company that made Guild and Martin guitars.
They were sued & had to stop production. I have no idea the value, they say if u have 1 to keep it.
priced at $99.99 at Home Depot
It needed a power plug and works great and has a setting so it flashes
good for a home shop for air tools value maybe $40
New step ladders just missing rubber end on one leg
They would be for a lady or young person; clubs are used the bag is new
A leaf bowl valued at $35, needed the edge glued in one spot
pick it up during spring clean up, needed on screw.
picked up during spring clean up, I just touched up the black paint in a few spots
I can’t figure out what is wrong with it, it doesn’t even look like it’s been used
I am keeping the vacuumn
Hamilton Beach electric grill
I have been using this none stop, take the pot off and there is a griddle under it for pancakes etc.
I have kept the best ones, some really expensive european makes.
I’ve been wanting a wardrobe from Ikea for a couple of years. now to get a place to put it in.
i just cleaned it up and its a cute little country bird feeder
I got 3 of them
I cleaned them up, gave them a shot of black paint and they look great. x3
I got the two wood bins from the Pier 1 dumpster i love them
I got this one out of the Bombay dumpster, it needed a little stain in a few spots
this is going to my grand daughter, i am jut going to change the material
I have to clean it up yet but i think it’s pretty cool
I don’t spend a lot of time looking for stuff, maybe one or twice a month I’ll hit my favorite dumpsters on the way home. I almost always get something from Home Sense, Bombay or Pier 1 Imports.
They need a little fixing but usually not much and then I can sell them at the flea market or keep it if I can’t bring myself to part with it.
Spring clean-up is always lots of fun and a real treasure hunt; I haven’t shown you near all the stuff I got this year. I focused on camping supplies this year in hopes of selling it at the flea market.
I love the adventure of never knowing what you’ll find, being able to fix it and make it useful is rewarding and hey! It keeps it out of the landfills.
I really get a sense of accomplishment salvaging “garbage”. I am continually amazed at what people throw away.
Posted by Carrie the Lady Witha Truck