Saturday Swap for the Myrtle Beach area

November 16, 2012 

  • Information The Saturday Swap is a SPECIFIC exchange of items and information. It is not a forum for recommendations of medical or legal professionals. We will not publish anything regarding the exchange of labor for money or the exchange of items for money. The Sun News does not verify the accuracy of answers. The deadline is 5 p.m. Tuesday. To ask a question or leave an answer, call the Swap voicemail at 626-0282 or email features@thesunnews.com. Leave your name and contact information for publication. Compiled by Lisa Urban.

Camcorder: I need a Hi-8 video camcorder (or player) to view numerous family tapes of that older format. In exchange I can offer a wide choice of audio and video equipment, or I could transfer your older video tapes to DVD video disc archives or audio cassettes to CD compact disc archives. Call 602-3150 or email DLSno1@aol.com.

Cabinet: Stereo cabinet, black 38.5-inches high by 17.5 inches deep by 19 inches wide; glass door, two stationery shelves, one adjustable. Top opens. Onkyo TA-RW 400 Stereo double cassette tape deck. Free to anyone. Email junejj@yahoo.com.

Cabinet: I am looking for a wall kitchen cabinet 36 inches tall by 24 inches wide by 12 inches deep. Murrells Inlet area. Email junejj@yahoo.com.

Chair: Looking for an old wooden rocking chair to be used for replacement parts. Call 251-2020.

Turkey: Looking for someone to fry a turkey in the North Strand area. Call 399-0017.

Trains: Looking for Lionel trains in any condition. Call 399-9276.

Refrigerator: I have a full-size refrigerator that I would like to trade for an upright freezer. Call 365-7007 after 10 a.m.

Sink: I have a large half-moon sink that can be used for a flower bed that I would like to trade for something of equal value. Call 365-7007 after 10 a.m.

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