I told you all that Buck bought a house. It’s a total fixer-upper. If you missed that blog post, you can see it HERE.
When he bought it the garage was filled with old cabinets and cupboards. He was going to throw them all in a dumpster but I encouraged him to see if I could sell some.
I ended up contacting The Twisted Sisters to see if they wanted to buy and resell anything. They are the sisters that put on the vintage sale I always go to. They ended up offering to buy this kitchen sink and cabinet set.
The set is kind of cool. It’s totally from the 40s or 50s. It’s metal with a cast iron top. I can totally see someone redoing it and then putting it in a cabin. The top was in good shape. The bottom under the sink had a piece of stainless steal put in to cover the place where it had rusted but the fix-up job was done very nicely.
Karl took my van to Buck’s one day and delivered a table and chairs set I had found at the thrift store for him. The set is relatively new. The top just needed some touch-ups. It was only $65 for the set. He’ll probably use the chair as is and then reupholster them once the kids get beyond spilling age.
Anyway, while Karl was at Buck’s they loaded up the metal kitchen counter set and brought it to my house. I contacted the gals and ended up delivering it to their house.
As they were unloading we were chatting. One of the gals said, “Remember that cart that I showed pictures of on Facebook?” I said, “Ya!” She said, “Well it didn’t sell when we were at the vintage sale in Clear Lake over the weekend. Are you still interested in it?” I said “YES!”
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