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Last spring @ the Portland swap meet I bought 2 carts that were 32 inches long and 11 1/2 in wide . The gentleman was from North or South Carolina and I was wondering if anyone would have any Idea who or how I can contact him?


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Got a picture of them sure that somone might know I have someone in mind but would have to see it to be sure..
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Tomorrow I will take a picture and try and post it.
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Well here bench do they look like this under my 31/2 United ? https://youtu.be/sjG2zwSMOQw
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I have one like yours. This one is a lot smaller. 11 1/2wide and 32 long The rails are only 2x4 rough oak.I am putting a Worthington 1 1/2 on it. Don;t want anything real big.

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