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    An antique chair

    Saw this while reading the online news and thought some of you would appreciate it. Didn't know how to get rid of the ad at the beginning so sorry about that but it is a good one in itself. Make me look at chairs differently and showed it to my wife so she can be on the look out while garage saleing (sp?).


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    That would be a nice little score, chair looks comfortable though.
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    i can remember burning similar chairs years ago.. outa style and we had them in school lounges for awhile..
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    That would be cool. I've had one in the shop. I didn't realize it.
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