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Antique Washing Machines Old collectible washing machines as used on the farm.

Antique Washing Machines

Antique Washing Machines


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Old 03-17-2019, 03:27:19 PM
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I am looking for complete antique washing machines to display in a laundromat that i am building... If anyone has one they are selling please let me know. thanks George 717-495-7238
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if nothing else check good old ebay…...
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if nothing else check good old ebay…...
I do look on eBay from time to time but as it has been stated many times before ... there are lots of sellers on eBay with a false sense of value or maybe just relying on a prayer for some of the prices they list things for. I always encounter this method of thinking when a seller has an item for sale and uses eBay items that are listed as a way to determine how to price their item ..only problem is the item that is listed usually doesn’t have any bids and has not sold. Just because someone has it listed for that amount doesn’t mean it’s worth that. I find that to be the case with lots of items that have literally been on ebay continually for years... I would rather deal with people that have a realistic approach to what they are selling ...something you don’t always find on eBay.
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