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    We will be re-cladding soon and as cement sheet is so much cheaper than replacing all the rotten WB we will not be needing the WB we need remove. Geelong area so contact if you need some WB and want to remove them yourself ( we will have plenty - you just have to take them off )

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    We're going to bump this because we're removing the old pine weatherboards in the next week or so. Free to a good home, most are in good condition. They are painted, however last paint job was about 30 years ago. We're in Geelong, Melbourne side. If you're really nice to us, and have come a long way, Moondog might even fire up the BBQ


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    And there was me worried you were giving Moondog away Cecile ...

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    Why shape are they? Photo please

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    The cut off is warped because it was in the skip and it rained last nite.
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    oooo maybe... if they're in good knick... heh its even got the same pink undercoat as mine! I don't need a lot though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armers View Post
    I don't need a lot though.

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    Well that would be perfect because we are only taking off some of them, a section of wall that's about 4.5m x 2.8 high. If you're interested send Moondog a PM and you two can organise timing.

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