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post #1 of 13 Old 06-09-2008, 08:34 PM Thread Starter
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Rough cut lumber.

Approximately 300 bd ft of 4/4 pine. Properly stacked and air dried in a barn loft for 18 years. Boards average 6 to 8 inches wide by 8' long. All knots are securely attached. Also included is 100 bd ft of rough cut 4/4 cherry. 10 bd ft of finish planed, 3/4 poplar and some trim cuts from 4/4 black walnut. Am asking $300.00 for the lot which makes this a pretty good deal for anyone in Pennsylvania.

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I forgot that there is also about 80 or so bd ft of Mahogony (probably more!!!) on the pile also.

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Approximately 300 bd ft of 4/4 pine. Properly stacked and air dried in a barn loft for 18 years. Boards average 6 to 8 inches wide by 8' long. All knots are securely attached. Also included is 100 bd ft of rough cut 4/4 cherry. 10 bd ft of finish planed, 3/4 poplar and some trim cuts from 4/4 black walnut. Am asking $300.00 for the lot which makes this a pretty good deal for anyone in Pennsylvania.

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the 100 bf of cherry makes the whole deal worth it... if i didnt just buy 100 bf of walnut i would drive to penn from rochester haha sorry man you will def find someone

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Hi edp,
Which Fayetteville? The one near Pittsburgh?
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Am asking $300.00 for the lot which makes this a pretty good deal for anyone in Pennsylvania.

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Sure sounds like a good deal to me .
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The Fayetteville in question

is zip 17222. Midway between Chambersburg and Gettysburg on Route #30. That would be about 2 hours East of Pittsburgh.

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Approximately 300 bd ft of 4/4 pine. Properly stacked and air dried in a barn loft for 18 years. Boards average 6 to 8 inches wide by 8' long. All knots are securely attached. Also included is 100 bd ft of rough cut 4/4 cherry. 10 bd ft of finish planed, 3/4 poplar and some trim cuts from 4/4 black walnut. Am asking $300.00 for the lot which makes this a pretty good deal for anyone in Pennsylvania.

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I forgot that there is also about 80 or so bd ft of Mahogony (probably more!!!) on the pile also.

Hey Ed, did you ever get rid of this?

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Ed's Rough Cut Lumber

Is this wood still available? I live north of Pittsburgh in Zelienople and could easily make the drive to purchase and pick it up.
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Sorry I failed to remove this post. Yes that lumber is gone as well as the 1,200 bd ft of 4/4 poplar, the 400 bd ft of mahogany and several hundred bd ft of 4/4 cherry all in subsequent lots.

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I like the sound of this lot. What is your approximate location?

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Approximately 300 bd ft of 4/4 pine. Properly stacked and air dried in a barn loft for 18 years. Boards average 6 to 8 inches wide by 8' long. All knots are securely attached. Also included is 100 bd ft of rough cut 4/4 cherry. 10 bd ft of finish planed, 3/4 poplar and some trim cuts from 4/4 black walnut. Am asking $300.00 for the lot which makes this a pretty good deal for anyone in Pennsylvania.

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I forgot that there is also about 80 or so bd ft of Mahogony (probably more!!!) on the pile also.
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I like the sound of this lot. What is your approximate location?

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Hey, check out the last post, it was from 2008 and the OP said everything was gone...
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Do you still have this lumber?
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Sorry I failed to remove this post. Yes that lumber is gone as well as the 1,200 bd ft of 4/4 poplar, the 400 bd ft of mahogany and several hundred bd ft of 4/4 cherry all in subsequent lots.

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Hmm...if people would just read through the thread quick.../sigh...../shakes head...
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