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hurricanecharlie
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fire hydrant

Post by hurricanecharlie »

I have a very old hydrant.
You can buy as is or my wife who is an artist can paint it with Dalmation ,flames or whatever you want.
Price negotiable and trades considered since we are on a shooters board.

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rentprop1
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Post by rentprop1 »

put it in your front yard and let dogs pee on it :mrgreen:

George W
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Location: Plant City, Florida

Post by George W »

How much are you asking, Charlie?

hurricanecharlie
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Post by hurricanecharlie »

George,
Sent a pm or email to you.
Did you get it?

George W
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Post by George W »

hurricanecharlie wrote:
Tue Dec 29, 2020 1:34 pm
George,
Sent a pm or email to you.
Did you get it?
I did. Thank you.

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Outgunu
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Post by Outgunu »

One of my neighbors welded a mailbox and pole to one. Thought it was a cool idea... at least it's ball bat proof.

hurricanecharlie
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Post by hurricanecharlie »

set on concrete ,about 3-4 bags, and securely bolted down!

Still available

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