hophead wrote:Make sure your liability insurance is paid up. Sometimes it's just better to walk away regardless of the money. I've touched a few like that but never again.
Looks like the coal-burning equivalent of my GMC Jimmy saga .....
MATTHEW D. wrote:You know this isn't uncommon, a little extreme maybe? I agree it's not my problem but I won't walk way. What gets me is that someone did one hell of a job with the plumbing inside of the home and everything wrong with the coal burning end of it. This is what frustrates people on burning coal and gives the coal business a bad name...... And he will hear it all when we finally meet in about a week. It will be a long conversation but I do feel he wants soneone to do it right. I will let you know how it all goes....Stay tuned.
whistlenut wrote:...looks like it cleaned up real well! Ready for another 30 years with only minor repairs. Pot bushing must have been in GREAT shape! Auger and tubes....timer, and she's good to go. Nice work, young man!