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Three Window AC Units for Barter in Phoenix

Posted on June 19th, 2014 by Marc Stevens

This time I have something more appropriate to trade.  It’s summer in Phoenix and I have three window AC units to trade.  They are Frigidaire models, and one is unused in the box.  They are clean and work perfectly.  The two used ones were only used one season.  We’ll trade all three together or individually.  Contact me at marcstevens(at)mail(dot)com if interested in trading/bartering.

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1 Comments For This Post

  1. JP Says:

    What can I trade or barter you for? I need those units and I have many things and talents. I can create wordpress sites in my sleep. Im an expert in Photoshop. Im a non statist and athiest and love your show. I have guns and survival gear, I am also an expert IT guy of over 15 years with a degree in electrical engineering. Does any of that sound interesting to you?

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