How about Dumpster & Curb? <br><br>I found this beauty 4 or 5 years ago at a used restaurant and office supply dealer (only in NYC ) on 6th Ave. 15 minutes of dickering, and an extra $5 bucks to borrow his dolly to get it home, and it was mine for peanuts! <br><br><br><br>We've used it as a kitchen work table in a couple of places, but since we don't need the extra surface area here, it's now my desk. Piece of Melamine, keyboard tray hangers, and a few sheet metal screws, and presto! You could park a semi on this thing, and it wouldn't dent!<br><br>
LOL. I doubt it was anything nearly so interesting. These used equipment places are everywhere — especially just south of Houston Street. From there down to the Manhattan Bridge along Bowery Street every store is selling used restaurant equipment. Gawd knows there are enough eateries opening and closing on a daily basis, and these things get resold a dozen times over. The guy I bought it from was asking $275 for it (they go for nearly $500 new). I originally offered him $125 and he declined. A week later, it was still in front of his store and we ultimately settled on $150. <br><br>
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