How do I get a safe out of my basement?

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This is Turtle.
Here is a hair brain ideal but it might fly.
Awwwww, Regular steel sells for $6.00 a 100 pounds. I seen on here where one fellow thinks it could weight 1 to 1.5 tons of weight or steel. 1 ton of steal will bring you $120.00 at the scrap yard. 1.5 tons of steel will bring you $180.00 . If the safe is made out of stainless steel the price is about $12.00 to $13.00 a 100 ponds. The 1 ton safe would bring you $240.00 and the 1.5 tons of stainless will bring you $360.00. Now the small one that could be hauled out could bring if it is regular steel about $20.00 to $30.00 and stainless about $40.00 to $60.00.
if it is regular steel you get $120.00 to $180.00. if it is stainless steel you get $240.00 to $360.00. The small one might bring Regular steel $20.00 to $30.00. The small one being stainless steel bring you $40.00 to $60.00. It has the smell of money here but some work too.
Now buy you about 6 steel cutting blades for your skill saw at about $2.00 each or $12.00 to $15.00 and use them to cut it up in 100 or 200 pound pieces and haul them out to your truck and haul them to the scrap yard. You can only haul about 1/2 ton of steel per load so make 2 or 3 trips to the yard and sell it. You make some money and it's gone.
now the steel cutting blade you buy. You need to get the instruction with them to know how to cut with them for you will burn up too many blades if you cut wrong with them.
Now here is another ideal to try out here. Call your scrap yard in your town and ask if they wanted for free about 1 or 2 tons of steel or maybe stainless steel but they have to just come get it. I know the scrap yard here in town came to a fellows house and got 2 autos in a mud pit and worked about 4 hours getting them out and paid the fellow $75.00 a piece. they weighted about 1 ton each.
Just a thought or two to look at.
TURTLE
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