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Free - Woodie panels and lumber Melb
dalai
28/07/2013
7:04:03 PM
Located Eastern Suburbs Melbourne.

Various sections of Marine ply with some rusted T-Nuts - largest panel is ~1200*1700mm.



Hardwood timber - uprights from the original freestanding structure plus other lengths of timber around 5000mm long



Also roofing sections of you need to build the wall outside ~16* 5200*400mm sections (ends of can be seen in the second picture)

Reply here or PM me if interested. Would ideally like someone to take as much as possible rather than people pick bits from the pile...

Will need a ute or trailor and some mates to help you load it up.
jackmithen
29/07/2013
9:39:08 PM
Hi mate, I'd be. Interested in most/all of this for my own woody. I'm in Kew, could pick up later in the week. I have a commodore wagon (large), could leave the boot semi open and tied down for a shortish trip.
Still available?
dalai
29/07/2013
10:57:50 PM
Still available and yours.

I'll PM you my mobile # and email.
dalai
2/08/2013
6:09:47 PM
I sent you a Private Message on the 29th with my email and mobile. If you are still keen contact me otherwise I'll open it up to all offers again...

thylaxene
5/08/2013
4:35:00 PM
I'll take the lot if the other bloke won't.

Cheers.

Duang Daunk
5/08/2013
5:06:39 PM
Why don't you go climb a route, or even a boulder, instead of saving dalai from a trip to the tip?
dalai
6/08/2013
9:30:14 AM
On 5/08/2013 thylaxene wrote:
>I'll take the lot if the other bloke won't.
>
>Cheers.

Organised to be picked up this Saturday. If it falls through I'll be in touch.

On 5/08/2013 Duang Daunk wrote:
>Why don't you go climb a route, or even a boulder, instead of saving dalai
>from a trip to the tip?

Wrong as per usual DD. All the unusable panels and timber was already put in a skip and sent to the tip.
One Day Hero
6/08/2013
1:19:40 PM
Are you sad to see it go Dalai? Any photos of the thing from its glory days?
dalai
6/08/2013
1:58:13 PM
On 6/08/2013 One Day Hero wrote:
>Are you sad to see it go Dalai? Any photos of the thing from its glory
>days?

Actually never got built at my place. Was the old Napier st Woodie which then went to another friend after the share house disbanded till he had to remove it then from his place... Sat in pieces under tarps since; even including the whole wall being relocated to where I live now.

About 6 months ago I went through the whole pile and threw out all that was now unusable. This is all that remained and I thought it was about time someone put it to good use.

I have no photos from when it was up, just spent many a session on the wall.

The design used a popular style from the time here in Melbourne using a short (~70cm) vertical kicker just higher than knee height, and a small horizontal section to force low sit starts. With 30, 40 and 50 degree sections with horizontal roof above. Angular fill between the 30 and 40, right angle between the 40 and 50. Later addition was less steep walls on the other side forming a long tunnel.

Sad to see it go as I'd always planned to have a wall at home. Had the Campus board at home which was my undoing... Was addictive and convenient, so was campussing 2 - 3 times a week before the elbows went!

I still have kept the plastic and numerous craftwood holds that covered the walls, still optimistically planning to build a wall one day in the future.

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