I'm a firm believer in recycling, so I've decided to dedicate a section of my website to an online garage sale. Along with each item below, you will find the tagged price. Feel free to haggle. The larger items are for pick-up only, but the smaller items I am happy to mail you. Some items are part of a large collection, so I've given them their own page with a link below. Of course the Cherry Red Convertible for sale certainly deserves a page of it's own. Feel free to write or call with any questions.
If you would like me to help you sell stuff too, check the Auction Service link. I will handle everything from setting up the listing, to creating the picture & text, to meeting the buyer or shipping the item. You won't believe what I've been able to buy and sell on EBay, Craigslist and here. It's a great way to clean out your garage or attic and make a few bucks in the process.
Official Signed Autograph Photo - Mint (I watched him sign this.)
Bill Madlock, Jr. (born January 2, 1951 in Memphis, Tennessee) was a famous organized baseball player From 1971 to 1989, Madlock was the only right-handed hitter to win a National League batting title. His record of four batting titles as a third baseman would be eclipsed in 1988 by Wade Boggs. Raised in Decatur, IL for most of his life, he played organized baseball in the Decatur youth leagues and all star teams and graduated from high school in Decatur. Former Major League Baseball player. From 1973 to 1987, he played for the Texas Rangers, Chicago Cubs, San Francisco Giants, Pittsburgh Pirates, Los Angeles Dodgers and Detroit Tigers. Madlock was drafted by the Washington Senators in the 5th round of the secondary phase of the 1970 amateur draft. He made his debut with the Texas Rangers (who had moved from Washington after the 1971 season) on September 7, 1973, and played 21 games with them, batting .351. After the season, Madlock and Vic Harris were traded to the Cubs for Ferguson Jenkins. Madlock replaced Ron Santo as the Cubsí third baseman and hit .313, the highest average for a Cubs third baseman since Stan Hack batted .323 in 1945. In 1975 Madlock won his first batting title with a .354 average. On July 26 of that year he went 6-for-6 during a Cubsí loss to the New York Mets. He also made the first of his three All-Star appearances and shared Game MVP honors with Jon Matlack.
$15.50 - click to enlarge
T-Shirts packed into Shape of Guitar New / never opened Features the bands:
Absolute Reality, Weary By The Well, Seventh Grade Under Dog, True Human Collective, Store Bought Rebels, and Ballista
Medium & Large sizes Discount on quantity purchase
Opened Shirt - click to enlarge
$25 OBO - click to enlarge
Large Wall Mirror - $55
Beautiful wall mirror - 39 inches (over three feet) across Octagon shape with bevelled edges... Very good condition This mirror will make any room look bigger & brighter! Wood rear supports with sturdy mounting hooks attached (mounting hardware is included)
Local Pick Up Only - Satisfaction Guaranteed
Outdoor Dining Canopy - $10
12 x12 Outdoor Dining Canopy
In good condition - very lightly used.
Made of durable, flame retardant, waterproof material Strong, lightweight steel poles. Center pole adjusts for ground or table set-up Reinforced corners with rust resistant grommets