We Are Moving & We Have Stuff For Sale

We’re moving and all this great stuff must go!

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Two La-Z-Boy Love Seat Recliners: $400 each

The pics above show one loveseat. The second one is identical, we just ran out of stuffed bears.

If space weren’t an issue, I’d definitely keep these.
They’re about 2 years old, and are in excellent condition. These also have microfiber material for durability & easy clean-up. Sit and talk, or kick back with your feet up to watch a movie: these are all-around luxurious loveseats, with excellent mechanics & hardware. They should last a lifetime, and they’re La-Z-Boy. Can’t beat that!
These were about $1200 each new; I’d ask $400 each, or both for $700.


Very Nice Large Oak Dresser: $250

50w x 19d x 48h (+ 28″ mirror)

3 Full-width drawers; one is cedar-bottom
2 drawers are 2/3-width; 3 drawers are 1/3 width, top two are felt-lined for jewelry.
Very nice condition; all wood.

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Small Desk and 2-Drawer File: $40 each or $65 for both.

Desk is 36w x 23d x 30h
File drawer unit is 19w x 23d x 30h

Great for student or small in-home office area.
The desk is quite interesting: the front of the full-width top drawer folds down, like a keyboard drawer, or it can be used as a catch all or pencil drawer. 2 small pencil drawers, above a medium drawer above a larger drawer, all on the left side.
The file drawer unit has two drawers with hanging file rails (pendaflex style).
I refinished these two items to ‘match’ although in fact they are not a matching set.
Great for a ‘cubby-hole’ desk area, which is where I have used it.

$40 each or $65 for both.

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MotoPort Motorcycle Riding Gear —
Jacket & Pant: $600


Moto-Port Ultra II Stretch Kevlar Jacket, with detachable 2-Part Liner (blue liner is waterproof).
Jacket Size: XL


Moto-Port Ultra II Stretch Kevlar Pants, with detachable waterproof liner.
Pant Size: 3X. Waist measures 42″, but will stretch comfortably for larger, or cinch with the belt for smaller.
Inseam measures just about 32″, but as you’ll see in the vid, fits shorter and longer legs because of the ‘gather’ material above the beltline.

Jacket features Motoport’s tri-armour: flexible armor padding for elbows, shoulders, chest and back. Armor is easily removed for cleaning.

Jacket has four larger outer pockets, two hand-warmer pockets, and one inside pocket. Reflective piping on sleeves & back keep you visible to other traffic. Zippered vents on back for air flow. Velcro adjustments on sides of jacket let jacket cinch up for a tight yet comfy fit. 3/4 length keeps you covered when hunched over your bike.

Pants have armor on thighs & knee/shin. Pant legs zip up the legs for easy on/off, even when you already have your boots on. Velcro closures at ankles keep pant snug and in place during riding. Pant has large cargo pockets.

Stretch Kevlar breathes better than leather or denim, and is water-resistant (even without the waterproof liner). It literally dries in a few minutes after a rainfall. And it weighs about 5 pounds less than leather.

You’ll stay cool in summer, and warm in winter: add the liners, and you’ll stay warm & cozy down to 30 degrees (and below if you also wear layers or insulated underwear, etc.).

Stretch Kevlar provides the best tear and abrasion protection available: it’s five times stronger than leather, and less than half the weight. (Read about it at motoport dot com — no affiliation, just great information for the rider). If you’re on that site, the jacket I have (used to be called the Ultra II) is now called their “Marathon” Kevlar jacket.

I don’t mean to sound like an advertisement, but Motoport is the best riding gear I’ve ever had. I just don’t ride any more. I have sold my suit. This suit (jacket & pants) was my wife’s. They have less than 2,000 miles on them so they’re virtually new, and they are in excellent condition.

SUIT: (Jacket & Pants) — $600 as a set; I will consider selling them individually.

I know that may sound high for ‘used’ gear, but this is truly outstanding stuff, and is in like-new condition.

This credenza, which I use to house an entertainment center, is solid oak, w/ stone inlays across the front (see pic). The top shelf door and two double doors beneath it have a ‘drippy-glass,’ very unique. Signals from the TV remote pass thru the glass to the receiver with no problem.
The double-doors enclose two wide shelves. The two outside doors each enclose three sliding shelves (for CDs or DVDs; the sliding drawers have adjustable pegs to keep your CDs upright).
This really is a beautifully designed piece of furniture.

$350 for this credenza.


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“In-Motion” mini-elliptical stepper exerciser thingy. $20

This is an unusual, but useful, little exerciser. You can walk on this either standing upright (if you have good balance), or sitting down, and you can go forward or reverse. You’ll get a workout from it, but not like a full blown elliptical trainer by any means. But this is a great rehab machine if you are recovering from a leg, hip, ankle or knee injury, especially since you can use it while sitting in a chair. Cals burned, time spent, mileage & number of revolutions display on the counter.

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Kitchen Appliances:

Amana Refrigerator with Bottom Drawer Freezer:

33″W x 30″D x 66″H

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Maytag Gemini Double Oven w/ Glass Cooktop
and Overhead Hood w/ Fan & Halogen Lights

30″W x 30″D

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Jade Commercial Grade Dishwasher

24″W x 30″D

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Maytag Bravos H.E. (High-Efficiency) Washer & Dryer

Washer: 30″W x 30″D   Dryer: 28″W x 30″D

Dryer has removable ‘sweater rack’ for drying delicate stuff

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