1500.00 $ Like New2004 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pre-Runner Cunningham

Published date: January 30, 2017
  • Location: Cunningham, Kansas, United States

Like New2004 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pre-Runner


⭕ This is a beautiful 2004 Toyota Tacoma in very good condition. Runs Perfect. Has a clean title, free of damages or accidents of any type. serious people only: isaone211@gmail.com

This is a real natural wood dining table, great quality, and beautiful craftsmanship. Model: Classic Home Furnishings Corvallis Table Dimensions: 72W x 36D x 30H MSRP: $1100 + Tax. If you are interested let me know, it is a great deal.I am moving and selling off the following: Must sell this weekend or they will be placed in storage!! TV stand - $50 TV - 40 Samsung LED TV - $350 L shaped sectional couch (Pulls out to form a bed with storage) 85x60- $200 Full size Tuff and Needle sectional mattress - $375 Dining Table (Black) - $20 Wicker Baskets - 20 each Wall Air Conditioner - $75 Array of baking and kitchen equipment Moving Sale! Beautiful 1920s dining table and chairs. Dark stained solid wood. 6 dining chairs. Chair backs have amazing wood grain detail. Some wear visible on table top. Chairs could be a great and easy DIY upholstery project. Table measures 60 inches long and has a 12 inch wide leaf. Originally purchased for $3000 at CT antique store. Asking $350. Available in Danbury for immediate pick up. = This piece is almost forty years old and in brand new condition. It took over 300 man hours to make and is constructed of 14 inch kiln dried barn board and made to the exact specs of a 1957 Ford T-Bird. Hand cut, hand built and hand painted. All the automobiles accessories including door handle, hub caps, emblem badging are authentic to the automobiles vintage. This is a ONE OF A KIND piece and there is nothing like it anywhere else on earth :) The piece weighs over 150 pounds and is absolutely amazing. FYI... There are internet companies that sell cheap knock-off auto replicas made of plastic and poly and they sell for two to three thousand dollars. They are cheap horrible looking overseas produced garbage. The cabinet maker and artist who hand made this beautiful piece back in the 1970s are retired and still living on the North Shore today. This one of a kind piece is native to New England and that is where I would like it to stay. Once I post it on EBAY it is going to end up in someones man cave in Saudi Arabia and I would hate to see that happen. shown by appointment only. For sale at Blue Collar Vintage 468 Auburn St. Cherry Valley , Mass ( next to Worcester ) . Select items removed from closed abandoned or underused mill retail and factory spaces. Wood and steel top workbenches, wooden machinists cabinets, molds , shelves, signage, oddities small parts, gears, carts, lockers , clocks , clothing , crates, boxes, doors, windows, lighting, stools, chairs, vintage auto parts & vehicles and more. or find me on Facebook / Instagram :Christmas week hours : Friday the 23rd 12 til 5, no weekend hours for Christmas. Typically Open Saturdays 11 til 5 and some winter Sundays, check Blue Collar Vintage Salvage on Facebook for posted weekend hours. This knife is a Western brand W49 model with original sheath. The knife is 14.5 overall, with 9.25 blade in NEAR MINT condition. This type of knife was made during the early to mid 1960s. These knives were very popular for private purchase since many men were seeing a lot of service in the Vietnam War. The knife still has a sharp edge. My Great Uncle was a knife collector and never used this knife. Please take time to review the photos. There are no scratches or blemishes on the blade. Please, only those that are 18 and older may purchase this knife. Price is firm. This knife typically sells for over $100. Cash only. Must meet in Quincy to purchase knife. Watercolor painting by well listed artist in great condition. Charles Franklin Pierce (1844-1920) signed, framed with glass. Painting dimensions are 20 1/2 wide and 14 1/2 in height. Frame dimensions are 27 wide and 21 in height. There is some glare in the skyline of the pictures due to the camera and because painting is covered in glass. Similar Pierce paintings to this at auction have brought several times more than what I am asking. Thank you for your interest. About the Artist: Charles Franklin Pierce was born on April 26th, 1844 in Sharon, New Hampshire to John A. and Phila W. Pierce. He was the third of six children who were raised in the nearby rural community of Peterborough. His early years were spent working on the family farm where the pastoral environment and a multitude of livestock made a deep impression on the future artist. Many of the works of art he would create later on in his life would stem from his familiarity with the farming way of life in the mid 1800s. Cows were one of his favorite subjects. In the early 1860s his creative energies started to emerge and the drudgery of farm work was certainly no outlet for them, so in 1864 he decided to move to Boston to attend art school. Over the next few years he developed his skills at school and in the latter 1860s took his sketchbooks and went to England, Scotland and Wales to sketch the countryside there. This was his first of two prolonged stays in Europe during his lifetime and he honed his craft through his acute attention to detail. The Early 1870s found Pierce back in Boston where he was a leader in the Boston Art Club and as the country celebrated the centennial of its founding, Pierce married his first wife Luena Wilder of Peterborough who was also an artist of note. They both returned to Europe in the late 1870s and sketched and painted and toured for over a year. They continued to paint both European and New England scenes in a Boston studio and at an estate in Peterborough and after 30 years of marriage Luena died in 1906. Pierce continued to paint and draw and in 1912, he married Sarah Katherine Plimpton of Massachusetts. They lived on his estate in Peterborough and in Brookline Massachusetts where he died in 1920 on March 5th. In his studio upon his death were found numerous unfinished canvases, which attest to his liveliness right up to his final breath at the age of 67. Moving Sale!! All Pieces Like New/Non-smoking home 3 Pieces (decorative pillows not included): Couch, Love Seat, Club Chair $400.00 (paid $1850.00) Individual Prices 1 Couch (decorative pillows not included): $250.00 1 Love Seat: $150.00 1 Club Chair: $75.00 1 Custom Made Glass Dining Table w/Suede Chairs (Set): $500.00 (Paid $1200.00) Table only: $ 325.00 Suede High Chairs $70.00 each Two Twin Area Rugs (pictured)(Blk/Cream) $50 each Will consider best offer. Moving sale (everything is less than a year old): Weber grill with cover and new cooking grate- $50 Macys tufted couch ( http://m.macys.com/shop/product/lizbeth-fabric-sofa? ID=1101368&CategoryID=35419 )- $450 WestElm extra large serving tray (black)- $45 Wayfair outdoor patio set - brand new in the box- $275 Avanti mirrored microwave- $85 IKEA table and foldable chair- $35 White wardrobe with drawer- $80 Stainless steel potrack- $50 White lamp- $20 Microwave/cutting board cart- $25 I am moving from my apartment and is selling my furniture that can be sold. = This piece is almost forty years old and in brand new condition. It took over 300 man hours to make and is constructed of 14 inch kiln dried barn board and made to the exact specs of a 1957 Ford T-Bird. Hand cut, hand built and hand painted. All the automobiles accessories including door handle, hub caps, emblem badging are authentic to the automobiles vintage. This is a ONE OF A KIND piece and there is nothing like it anywhere else on earth :) The piece weighs over 150 pounds and is absolutely amazing. FYI... There are internet companies that sell cheap knock-off auto replicas made of plastic and poly and they sell for two to three thousand dollars. They are cheap horrible looking overseas produced garbage. The cabinet maker and artist who hand made this beautiful piece back in the 1970s are retired and still living on the North Shore today. This one of a kind piece is native to New England and that is where I would like it to stay. Once I post it on EBAY it is going to end up in someones man cave in Saudi Arabia and I would hate to see that happen. shown by appointment only. For sale at Blue Collar Vintage 468 Auburn St. Cherry Valley , Mass ( next to Worcester ) . Select items removed from closed abandoned or underused mill retail and factory spaces. Wood and steel top workbenches, wooden machinists cabinets, molds , shelves, signage, oddities small parts, gears, carts, lockers , clocks , clothing , crates, boxes, doors, windows, lighting, stools, chairs, vintage auto parts & vehicles and more. or find me on Facebook / Instagram :Christmas week hours : Friday the 23rd 12 til 5, no weekend hours for Christmas. Typically Open Saturdays 11 til 5 and some winter Sundays, check Blue Collar Vintage Salvage on Facebook for posted weekend hours. This knife is a Western brand W49 model with original sheath. The knife is 14.5 overall, with 9.25 blade in NEAR MINT condition. This type of knife was made during the early to mid 1960s. These knives were very popular for private purchase since many men were seeing a lot of service in the Vietnam War. The knife still has a sharp edge. My Great Uncle was a knife collector and never used this knife. Please take time to review the photos. There are no scratches or blemishes on the blade. Please, only those that are 18 and older may purchase this knife. Price is firm. This knife typically sells for over $100. Cash only. Must meet in Quincy to purchase knife. Watercolor painting by well listed artist in great condition. Charles Franklin Pierce (1844-1920) signed, framed with glass. Painting dimensions are 20 1/2 wide and 14 1/2 in height. Frame dimensions are 27 wide and 21 in height. There is some glare in the skyline of the pictures due to the camera and because painting is covered in glass. Similar Pierce paintings to this at auction have brought several times more than what I am asking. Thank you for your interest. About the Artist: Charles Franklin Pierce was born on April 26th, 1844 in Sharon, New Hampshire to John A. and Phila W. Pierce. He was the third of six children who were raised in the nearby rural community of Peterborough. His early years were spent working on the family farm where the pastoral environment and a multitude of livestock made a deep impression on the future artist. Many of the works of art he would create later on in his life would stem from his familiarity with the farming way of life in the mid 1800s. Cows were one of his favorite subjects. In the early 1860s his creative energies started to emerge and the drudgery of farm work was certainly no outlet for them, so in 1864 he decided to move to Boston to attend art school. Over the next few years he developed his skills at school and in the latter 1860s took his sketchbooks and went to England, Scotland and Wales to sketch the countryside there. This was his first of two prolonged stays in Europe during his lifetime and he honed his craft through his acute attention to detail. The Early 1870s found Pierce back in Boston where he was a leader in the Boston Art Club and as the country celebrated the centennial of its founding, Pierce married his first wife Luena Wilder of Peterborough who was also an artist of note. They both returned to Europe in the late 1870s and sketched and painted and toured for over a year. They continued to paint both European and New England scenes in a Boston studio and at an estate in Peterborough and after 30 years of marriage Luena died in 1906. Pierce continued to paint and draw and in 1912, he married Sarah Katherine Plimpton of Massachusetts. They lived on his estate in Peterborough and in Brookline Massachusetts where he died in 1920 on March 5th. In his studio upon his death were found numerous unfinished canvases, which attest to his liveliness right up to his final breath at the age of 67.


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