Steve Moskowitz

Big garage? Need BIG display cases?

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We have 5 similar trophy cases for sales.  3-60 X 16 x 80, 2 -96 X 24 X 80,  an one 48 X 16 X 80  plus two other very large and tall with bottom drawers (92x24x92) and one low case 200x24 X42 (?).  The low case s are actually two pieces with a large top attached. For sale and available almost immediately. Call Steve at 717-534-1910 for more info.  Located in Hershey, PA  Perfect for someone with LARGE garage and needing great display cases  for your memorabilia.

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The cases are nice but I don't have any place to put them-- BUT the bike in the first picture would look great in my garage !  

Good luck on the cases.

dave s 

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They are and would cost a FORTUNE brand new.  I would give you our first estimate but no one would believe me!

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Anxious to see the new ones in the new building. 

These cases are indeed fabulous. I've had a few things displayed in them over the years, but out of room for them at home.  Looks like the move is under way.

Terry

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I don’t want to know the bike price. With braces on both legs and a back with more arthritis than the docs thought possible there is no way my better half would allow me to even park it in the garage To look at it no matter how much I wanted it. Happy wife happy life especially in these times. 
I hope the cases sell for a good price. 
dave s 

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Do prospective buyers realize how much it would cost to move those cases?  Looks like you're looking for very wealthy people to me.  I do have the room though if you get desperate to send them somewhere. 😀

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I agree that moving them cross-country wouldn't

be so economical.  However, with a few thousand

AACA members within an hour's drive of the main office,

I'll bet some local member will find use for one or more

of the cases.  I'll pass the word to a couple of people

around here with larger collections. 

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Nice try Earl, hopefully someone with a tall trailer and somewhat close by can use them as they are extremely well built.  Tempted to buy them myself but that means losing even more wal space for my big signs.  Problems, problems, problems....

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Steve, you do know that sometime in the future someone will say, "we should have never sold those trophy cases". No place to store them in the new building?

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Not really, these are huge cases, and will not fit the decor of our new building. 

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Off-topic but I noticed the old Selectric in the fifth picture.  Those were common when I first started work many moons ago - great old machines and pretty much bulletproof.

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23 minutes ago, CHuDWah said:

Off-topic but I noticed the old Selectric in the fifth picture.  Those were common when I first started work many moons ago - great old machines and pretty much bulletproof.

That's actually the Ann S. Eady award for newsletter editors. It remains at HQ while the recipient gets a fantastic crystal trophy at the Annual Convention in Philly in Feb.  I think this year a lot of our Region/Chapter newsletter editors are real heroes by keeping things going while everyone is having to go without car shows.  Hopefully, there will be a lot of those awards given out this year to those many creative and enthusiastic editors!

Terry

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8 minutes ago, Terry Bond said:

That's actually the Ann S. Eady award for newsletter editors. It remains at HQ while the recipient gets a fantastic crystal trophy at the Annual Convention in Philly in Feb.  I think this year a lot of our Region/Chapter newsletter editors are real heroes by keeping things going while everyone is having to go without car shows.  Hopefully, there will be a lot of those awards given out this year to those many creative and enthusiastic editors!

Terry

 

 

Did not know that - definitely appropriate for such an award.

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