|Forum topic by MarkPA||posted 05-09-2009 02:18 PM||990 views||0 times favorited||2 replies|
05-09-2009 02:18 PM
Due to progressive physical challenges; I am closing up my amatuer wood working shop. I live in Chester County PA. With no one to hand it down too, I am putting it up for sale. Tools, I can figure out and sell relatively easily. What I am most concerned about is finding an appreciative buyer for a load of Cherry.
I have a large supply of rough hewn 5/4 and thicker cherry. I was told it came from a Tenessee sawmill over 10 years ago. It has lived in an old friend’s garage and then in mine, since moving to SE Pennsylvania around 1999. Some boards are cupped, many are 6-13 inches wide and over 8 feet long. I have three which are over 3 inches thick, 12 inches wide and ten feet long.
Any advise on how to price this and sell it. Alternatively, anyone interested in giving a fair price and adding it to their workshop? You will have to pick-up. The whole lot can be moved in a standard pick up truck.
-- measure thrice, go to shop, cut once, take to site, cuss and go back to Home Depot