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FREE 4 NEW Oak doors, odd size GONE

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I have 4 brand new unfinished (needs stained) solid oak doors.

Measure 24" wide x 90" tall, and they heavy, there is no hollow panels here.

I have no use for them, anybody can come on over and get them, I will throw in 2 more doors with glass 18" wide x 90"

Send me an email for directions

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Thats seems like a strange size, what were they made for? Id still take them if I was closer, Im sure someone will take them soon.

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Chad are you sure you don't want them shipped to Bemidji ? wink.gifwink.gifwink.gif

They are not mine, I bought them at an auction last year wanting to make something out of them and never got to.

I am cleaning my shop, you won't believe what I have in here....for free.

I have a large Chevy C60 with dump box loaded to the top with stuff I am taking to the landfill, and this will be trip # 3

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Heck most of the people I know would have to turn sideways to fit though 2 foot door smile.gif

Good luck

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I really wish I could think of something to do with them!

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Why could you double them up, put a hinge in the middle, and have a 48" door?? I thought of that looking at the bi-fold doors in my closets in the bedroom???

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You could build a heck of a gun cabinet. I still would take em if you were closer, someone will get them.

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Solid oak doors make excelent tables/work benches. If I were closer they would have been gone immediatly.

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Valv, I'll take them if no one else wants them, I sent an E-mail for directions

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Well MNIce was the firts to email and he will get them.

Thank you for the interest.

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