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  1. #1
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    Hey y'all, how's everyone been?

    Been gone from here for awhile now...

    The MS Gulf Coast is STILL destroyed, but we are just now starting to take a few small baby steps...

    Could use y'all comments/suggestions on this one...

    I'm sure there's a couple of y'all out there still who remember when I sold my resi service business awhile back...

    My dilemma is - I've got a whole service truck inventory of brand new parts left over from the sale that I need to get rid of...

    Normally, this would not be a problem here, some of my fellow business owner-buddies would take it of my hands...

    But in this post-Katrina world we all still live in here, service work has all but ceased...

    It's all new construction installs going on, that's it..

    Would appreciate any suggestions y'all may have on how I can part with alot of good new parts, preferably all at once...

    Reading over this it sounds kind of corny, but it's a shame to let all these good parts just sit here...

    Thanks in advance Spike

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    Originally posted by spike
    Hey y'all, how's everyone been?

    Been gone from here for awhile now...

    The MS Gulf Coast is STILL destroyed, but we are just now starting to take a few small baby steps...

    Could use y'all comments/suggestions on this one...

    I'm sure there's a couple of y'all out there still who remember when I sold my resi service business awhile back...

    My dilemma is - I've got a whole service truck inventory of brand new parts left over from the sale that I need to get rid of...

    Normally, this would not be a problem here, some of my fellow business owner-buddies would take it of my hands...

    But in this post-Katrina world we all still live in here, service work has all but ceased...

    It's all new construction installs going on, that's it..

    Would appreciate any suggestions y'all may have on how I can part with alot of good new parts, preferably all at once...

    Reading over this it sounds kind of corny, but it's a shame to let all these good parts just sit here...

    Thanks in advance Spike
    spike, send me an inventory and I'll see what I can do.

  3. #3
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    Tools and Truck too?
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
    Walter Matthau

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    Ebay.
    If everything was always done "by the book"....the book would never change.

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    Wow! You guys still don't miss a beat, do ya?

    I'll have to get a fresh inventory this w/e...

    Thanks, Benn...

    And no, Jack , the van is gone. Sold it to a reefer man who didn't want my HVAC parts...

    I thought about ebay, but, I'm probably the only person in the world who hasn't ebay-ed yet...

    You guys are too much!

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    Hummm so how long were the van and parts underwater before the water receded ???? lol

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    where you live on the coast spike?

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    Whick weekend you gonna

    get that list?
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
    Walter Matthau

  9. #9
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    Hi,

    I'm a newbie getting started in business, and there are a few things I've been constantly going to the parts house for. Will you please send me the list as well?

    Thanks in advance.

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    I thought upgrades were supposed to improve...

    the 'puters performace, not crash it...

    ZoneAlarm upgrade, along with a family issue, caused my delayed response... Sorry...

    OK, here goes...

    REALLY prefer to do a bulk sale of the whole shootin match, and be done with it...

    Not sure how to price a bulk sale like this...

    I know (as do you) what these items cost...

    Guess we'll play by ear...?

    There's actually more than this, but they may have been used before (still good)... A TON of various sized orifices, and too many little things that add up, but not worth listing, they'll all be thrown in...

    Fridge - I live in Gulfport...

    Thanks everyone!


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    [Edited by spike on 11-20-2006 at 12:40 PM]

  11. #11
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    Any idea how much you want for everything?

    Are you willing to ship?


    I am interested depending on price.


    Matt

  12. #12
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    Of course willing to ship...

    $2,350 is a conservative estimate of what I paid for these items...

    Y'all take it from there...

    Thanks.

  13. #13
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    spike,

    do you still have the nitrogen regulator and swedge kit?
    how much do you want for them?
    sent me an e-mail art2 at mail2world dot com

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