freetown fred wrote:Hey RMA, how old are you? couldn't help myself my young friend By the way--if you finish filling out your profile I promise nobody'll steal ya
freetown fred wrote:I hear all that Bob,we have a shop im Marathon,NY 13803 that does nothing but restore real old machines. I've walked through a couple times & yes--the craftsmanship is amazing, & I guess they've got a market for them--they've been there forever I figured you were a youngster
blrman07 wrote:During conversation with a member of my church, the person started talking about the price of fuel oil. I told them I have a rice burning stoker stove and a rice burning boiler. They stated that they used to burn coal at home. More conversation lead to them describing how they pulled out the old rice coal stoker boiler and put in an oil burning boiler because it was easier to maintain. They mentioned that they still had coal in the basement and I could have it if I wanted it. I went by and looked and it is about 1/2 ton with 4 metal ash buckets, an OLD cross cut saw, and a good size scoop shovel. The price is right for all of it. Free for the hauling.
I'll be transporting the coal and other items this week to my bunker. Cost will be about two gallons of gas for the round trip. Love those basement mines!!!