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Thread: Getting spooky

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2009
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    Default Getting spooky

    Feels like I’m summoning stuff at Restore at this point.

    Need bolts? Here’s 300 lbs.

    On my list, rubber mat for my concrete floor, need a small sink for my trailer, need a coax joiner. Done.

    100 (?) lbs of rubber mat, new sink, and a tool box full of coax connector and other goodies.

    less than $10 each.

    How about 1000 or so feet of water line marker tape? Sure. $5.

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    Default Re: Getting spooky

    Tom, Tom . . . . Some of us here are 'almost' downright envious - My 'Restore' store in Charlotte doesn't even come close to stocking what yours seems to have - but I did score a rotating card rack at one in Brevard for my wife's workshop ( we were on vacation - 'Honey, can we stop in here for just a minute?' )

    Rick
    Charter Member - - Professional Procrastinators Association of America - - putting things off since 1965 " I'll get around to it tomorrow, .... maybe "

  3. #3
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    Default Re: Getting spooky

    Yeah, your Restore is like a Jinn's magic bag or something.
    There are two kinds of boaters: those who have run aground, and those who lie about it.

  4. #4
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    Default Re: Getting spooky

    brilliant

  5. #5
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    Dec 2006
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    Default Re: Getting spooky

    Restore here is mostly used furniture, evidently that is where the greatest profits lie, as it is a quite sucessful operation.
    Steve Martinsen

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