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Discussion in '[Classifieds] For Sale' started by wildbill, May 12, 2011.

  1. wildbill

    wildbill Member

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    San Fernando Valley, los angeles. You bring a six pack, I help load it.
    Here's a 3/4" birch sink coated in 3 layers of marine epoxy. Internal dimensions 80 1/2" long x 23 7/8" wide x 5 1/4" deep at the front. The pvc tubing up top is stretched with screen for additional print drying space. The sink sits 32" off the floor and the entire unit is 8' tall. Deep basin portion is 12" deep and 19" square. The sink portion itself is attached to the uprights which are easily removed (and have to be to get it out of my darkroom). Includes print drying racks (16"x24") and the parts for another row of racks I never finished. There are three sets of drawer slides attached to the bottom that accept IKEA's drawers or baskets (drawers not included). About 3 years old and in great shape. You must take the entire unit including the shelves. Should take 15 minutes to disassemble/load and will fit in a station wagon. Faucet not included. I'm not a master photographer or master craftsman but it's nice, watertight, and has got to go in the next week because I'm moving.
     

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    I think it's spoken for. Ghostcount, you're second in line. I'll let you know if the first guy falls through.
     
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    Wow, I've never seen a wooden sink, and I really like it.