Free Stuff


For sale items, free, wanted and opportunites may be submitted to the site moderator. Please send an email with your item(s), with a photograph if possible, and contact information to: Peter James at cpjvkj@gmail.com.

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Free to a good home is this 2.5HP DC motor from a slightly used treadmill. Included is the controller. I am into 3 phase AC and VFDs and have no use for this, but am told they are great on drill presses and lathes. It is yours, but you have to pick it up in Grantham, NH. It might be nice if you did bring something to trade, but not necessary... read more

I have a good sized Sugar Maple Tree that is dying, and after discussing all options with an Arborist, will need to take it down. The trunk is about 22-24" in diameter, and there are 6-7 tall (20-30') branches, which start out in the 15" range and down to probably 8", as well as plenty of smaller branches.

I took some woodturning... read more

Approximately 120 issues of Fine Woodworking from between 1992 and 2010. Free to a good home.

Contact:
John Rasmussen
603 580-1200
jajrasmussen@gmail.com

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This sideboard is handsome enough to be a worthy apprentice restoration project. Legs missing; top needs refurbishment. Free to a good home.

Contact:
Christopher Briggs
603-903-3483
christopher.r.briggs@gmail.com


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Mahogany table legs and frame, 54"x 36" .

Contact:
Christopher Briggs
603-903-3483
Marlborough, NH
christopher.r.briggs@gmail.com
 

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Years ago I acquired Delta-Gram magazines and some other materials from the estate of a woodworker.  The lot includes:

3 hardcover Delta-Gram books (they reprinted the monthly magazine into a book form).  Vintage 1930's.

60-70 of the Delta Gram monthly magazines they are probably from the 50's

15-20 Delta Novelties... read more

Parts, Wood, Restoration—Free


Greetings,
I live up in Sandwich, NH and my dad is a piano technician and restorer, but recently his health has been not so good and so he’s shutting down his business. We currently have probably over 100 pianos in various states of repair, and many of them are just not viable as musical... read more