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    12-18-2011, 01:14 PM
Green Broke
How much should I charge for my carts?

I have two carts for sale. I don't know what to charge. I havent been to a sale or auction in years and have no idea what the market is bringing. I've looked on craigslist and nothing is comparable.

The first is a small draft or large horse cart, Solid wood all around, needs paint. Solid 57" wheels with hard rubber rims. One shaft has been repaired with metal tubing and I have used it for years with this repair with no problems.

The second is a small pony or mini cart. Solid wood all around except one shaft broke about 3" from the tip, still can be used but it is damaged. Solid 26" wood wheels with solid rubber rims. Needs refinishing and the dash put on.

Anyone know the market?
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    01-24-2012, 03:36 PM
These are absolutely beautiful carts. Any idea who the maker is? Is the smaller one still available? And did you ever decide how much?

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