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pinkfloyd4ever

King size bed frame

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Dark cherry wood in color, the headboard measures 52 or 54 inches at the highest footboard 38 inches at the highest. Right now it is all taken apart and I do not have any way of posting pictures of it.

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I'll trade you with some windshield parts and more....bring it along.

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Ok deal. here is my e-mail evjokinen@gmail.com can't do anything until saturday at the soonest though

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Just incase the other thing falls through, I am interested...please email me at dahoen@hotmail.com

Thanks!

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ok thanks junior, looks like me and Valv got a deal in place. VALV, I got your e-mail just didn't reply, I'll get back to you today or tomorrow.

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sounds good....just thought I would check...my wife has been hounding me about getting a headboard for the bed!

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maybe you got something to offer valv in trade for the bed frame, kind of like a 3 team trade! wink

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