Nice fixer upper. Supposed to burn pellets or regular wood but might need some wire brushing.

Countryboymo Posted By Countryboymo, Nov 23, 2013 at 11:43 PM

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    I hauled two stoves that looked way better than that to the scrap yard last month.
     
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    Person uses well casing as a chimney..
     
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    Theres a used pc45 on CL that's in fair condition for $900. Needs help getting out of the basement is the primary reason its so low.
     
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    I laughed when I stumbled on to it and thought I would share.
     
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    he said it can't have a chimney fire. lol. I see a lot of well casing used for chimney around here. that's one way to tell it is an amish home.
     
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    Let's keep comments on Craigslist stuff constructive (as in looking for advice about an ad you see).

    Each and every region has this stuff everyday, it's the nature of a free-listing service.

    When given the opportunity, people shoot for the moon.
     
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