06:45AM | 07/26/05
Member Since: 07/25/05
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Recently removed "Florida " room from the back of my house. (re-built new room)

I have 14 Jalousie type windows (with screens) about 30" wide by 72" high. Window portion is 48"h. with metal panel on top 24" h. Also have 36" Jalousie door. They're white and in beautiful condition. I really hate to just throw them away. Anyone want to make me an offer I can't refuse?


08:57AM | 08/07/05
Member Since: 08/06/05
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i would be interested in in your windows and door, are they still available.

where are you located and what price would you accept

email located in southern illinois


07:04PM | 08/18/05
Member Since: 08/17/05
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Sounds like we can use these for a closed-in porch. Are they still available?

email: geeen @ aol . com

(remove spaces from above email address)

Located in NY hudson valley/ catskills area.


01:29PM | 09/03/05
Member Since: 09/02/05
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Do you still have the windows and where are you located


06:14PM | 09/03/05
Member Since: 09/02/05
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Where are the windows located?


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