Best Thrift Store/Goodwill/SA Finds

Discussion in 'Dollars and Sense' started by Marantzaholic, May 21, 2003.

  1. Imanoldee

    Imanoldee AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    I found these today at a local thrift.
    While I was looks at the LP's the clerk said to me "I have some 45's you are interested."
    So I took a look.
    They were on various 45's.
    I pulled them off and asked how much for the lot.
    I had not seen these before, since I do not normally look for 45's.
    I did happen to buy some of the 45's as well.

    I think I will put these up on Barter town, since I do not need 20+ of these. :)

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  2. johnebravo

    johnebravo I should be practicing

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    Yeah, I know that the first thing that always comes to mind when I think about romance is . . . . Jackie Gleason. ;)
     
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  3. Mitkraft

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    I have a pair of those exact ones. I bought them like 15 years ago at Bombay Company. They have been my living room speaker stands ever since. They’ve been great and still going strong!

     
  4. JamVal

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    "To the moon Alice, to the moon" The Honeymooners
     
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  5. RJolly87

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    You mean like these? http://www.ebay.com/itm/Qty-100-YEL...761763&hash=item3d44d8b9e5:g:GWcAAOSwjKFZQCQN
     
  6. Imanoldee

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  7. RJolly87

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    You can't put a price on a good education, but life can be pretty quick to nickel and dime the lessons out of you sometimes :)

    In most cases, the lesson is often worth the cost.
     
  8. HyKlas

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    Funny, I just found my first Webster-Chicago metal adapter today. :thumbsup:
     
  9. barmaley

    barmaley New Member

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    Just a few CD's today at the local thrift stores New-CDs_10-2017_Web.jpg
     
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  10. Eywadude

    Eywadude Lunatic Member

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    No more new gear!!! What did we tell each other! :p
     
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  11. 2DualsNotEnough

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  12. bobsvinyl

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    My favorite Gleason cover is Lonesome Echo where Salvador Dali did the artwork.

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  13. zebra03

    zebra03 All Audio - NO BS

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    I'm sure your hand would like a little romance . ;)
     
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  14. 7lords

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    $1.05 Yesterday


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  15. Sethbramwell

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    I would like to find that one just to frame it! I currently have the cover for Jackie Gleason presents music, martinis, and memories hanging above the stereo in my bar / man cave area. Funny thing is that I've never really been a Jackie Gleason fan... But I love the album covers
     
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  16. bobsvinyl

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    It is a great cover. I've found a few copies over the years and I've sold them quickly because of the Dali artwork. Not a fan either, but the art won me over.
     
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  17. Superreverb

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    Nice score!!!!!!!
     
  18. 7lords

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    35 cents a pound and it rounded to 3 pounds
     
  19. gmann77

    gmann77 Active Member

    Picked up a pair of AR 38s speakers today at the GW outlet. I somehow managed to to walk right past them without seeing them until I was almost out of the store. After $15 and two trips via shopping cart, they were in my car. There are a few minor scratches on the cabinets and one of the badges is gone, but everything else seems to be in order. I plan to test them tonight after work. :cool:
     
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  20. gmann77

    gmann77 Active Member

    BTW, I spied a pair of DCM Time Windows at another thrift store today, but didn't think I could justify the cost after already getting the AR's. They were a *bit* more than $15, in case inquiring minds would like to know more.
     

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