Saturday Swap for the Myrtle Beach area

February 8, 2013 

  • 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.

Alterations: Looking for someone to do alterations on a leather coat. Call 650-6280.

Items: Looking for butcher shop items; I have a small antique cash register to trade. Call 249-2352 or 421-600-6487.

Bird cages: I have three bird cages to give away to someone with birds in need of a cage. Not available for resale. Call 903-0528 or email cp0528@sccoast.net

Treadmill: I have a treadmill that I would like to trade for a small garden rototiller. Call 293-2103.

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

Building: I have a white vinyl utility building with a black roof (10 feet by 10 feet by 8 feet) with 30 feet of shelving to trade for something you have. Call 651-3080

Mattress sets: Family in need of two twin size box springs and mattresses. Call 365-7007 after 10 a.m.

Plants: I have baby chrysanthemums and boston ferns to swap for top soil or potting mix. Call 347-4972.

Car: A senior citizen is looking for a vehicle – do you have one you would like to donate? Call 369-0573

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

Railroad: Looking for old railroad-related items. Call 957-1021.

Memorabilia: I have an assortment of the Myrtle Beach Pelicans baseball team memorabilia for free. Call 215-4582.

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