Workbench for sale

I have a cabinet makers workbench for sale. It is made with a solid 2 3/8" thick top except the edges are 3 3/8". The bench is 67" long, 27 3/4" wide and stands 34" high. It has 2 large vices, and holes for 3/4" round bench dogs. This bench is heavy. $375 firm. I can e-mail pictures if you would like. I live in Fort Myers Fl and you would have to pick up the bench.
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Sure wished you lived in BC!
Rob
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Hey Rob, Everytime I see one of your posts I think of your old shop. What has become of it since you moved? Man, it must kill you not having the old shop. Have you set up a new one yet?
Rich

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Well I thank you for your thoughts!
I do miss the old shop, but I take some heart from the fact that it is used on a daily basis to serve a small manufacturing business. It's not woodworking, but he uses it "hard" and has spoken several times to me on the phone in appreciation of some of the thought that went into that place.
Like I said, it helps reduce the sting...
Rob (who's next shop will be a worthy replacement for that one, though I doubt much it will have been built by so many friends and enjoyed by so many people)
Did you know that you can purchase old school portable buildings for approx $3,500 CDN up here?...25'x40', wired, lit and heated and all you need is a big truck to move them and a few blocks to stack under them. It even comes with it's own coat room. Hmmmmm.....
Rob
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You know you have to out do you last shop in order to quell the stinging

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Here is a idea. Take advantage of the Lake view and become the one the lucky ones who have a floating workshop. Just put some big Pontoons to float it and some solar panels for electricity and your all set !!
Rich
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Better yet. I'm not sure if you remember "Expo 86" that was held here in Vancouver, but one of the things unique about it was the McDonalds restaurant. It was a barge...a floating barge tied to a wharf in the middle of the fair. It was affectionately named "McBarge" and after the fair it was retired. Today it sits at anchor up the inlet, abandoned. I have to admit that when I look at it the though of converting it into a residence/shop had crossed my mind... Pics: http://www.wraiths.org/mcbarge.htm
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Rob Stokes wrote:

Don't forget to check the cost of having utility lines raised, or taken down, for the move. If the movers don't take care of that for you it could put the price way pas treasonable. Joe with such a moving project in the future
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Those portable classrooms are basically small double wide trailers. They come apart in the middle and are then road ready at 12.5' x 40'. Just like any small mobile home. Shouldn't need to move any utility lines for these.
Dave Hall
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Steve R wrote:

Hmm... dual axle trailer, low bed trailer ( cut down from a horse trailer), Volvo Station wagon with 480K miles on it, Mom lives in Naples.... ROAD TRIP!!!!!!
-- John G. in Memphis, TN Have a nice......... night.
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