Trading Post

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Friday 9:00 am 9:30 pm

KBEY Sells Your Unwanted Items

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Got something to sell? Click on KBEY Trading Post to submit your item information. Or, you can email information by clicking the “Sell My Stuff” button below or call Ed and Kay at 830-693-6110 Friday mornings between 9 and 9:30 a.m. We’ll put it on the air — you do the rest. For private garage/yard sales or big items such as homes or property, visit the DailyTrib.com classifieds section to place an ad or call The Picayune at (830) 693-7152.

FOR AUG. 17, 2018

LOGAN — Peacock feathers for $1 each. Great for arts and craft projects and decorations. 500 feathers left. Also for sale, child-size table and chairs and toy box. In great condition. Call 512-756-6766.

JOHN — 8-foot-by-5-foot utility trailer. Two wheels. In very good condition. Also, 2007 Glastron GT 205 fish and ski boat for $16,500. Garage kept. Low hours. Very good condition. All extras. Ready to go to the lake. Located in Horseshoe Bay. Call 512-496-1344.

TERRIE — Keurig Vue hot beverage machine. Black. In excellent condition. Has always been used with filtered water. Makes single 6-, 8-, or 10-ounce servings. Bought it for more than $100 but selling for only $45. Call 830-798-5841.

SARAH — Tires for sale. Discoverer MTP 285-70-17, medium tread. Five total. Toyo Open Country tires 295-70-17. Four total. Have photos if you would like to see tread. Call 830-613-9063.


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