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Found on Craigslist: Seats, Chairs and Thrones

What do folks right here in Fox Point and Bayside have for sale on Craigslist? We've pulled some of the most interesting items for you to check out.

Because one man’s trash is another man’s caution cones, Fox Point-Bayside Patch has dug into the treasure trove of Craigslist to find interesting and unusual items listed for sale in our communities.

Ready for winter?

If so, there is a snowblower for sale in Fox Point that’s been fired up only a few times, according to the seller. And a Bayside seller is offering snowmobile oil. Snowmobile not included.

Or not?

A Bayside seller is offering a 17.5 foot aluminum fishing boat for $2,500. In Fox Point, there is not a boat but there are three outboard motors for sale.

Seats fit for a king

The good news is, you can get a couple of seats for the Packers or the Brewers. The bad news is, the stadium is no longer attached — but a sports nostalgia buff might enjoy two County Stadium seats.

And two thrones

Available in white, or an unusual black.

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Best seats of all

Two different antique chairs were recently placed on Craigslist. A Fox Point seller has an approximately 100-year-old Northwoods chair, while a Bayside seller offers a different chair that also is in the neighborhood of 100 years old.

That’s unusual

A Bayside seller says this ceramic Buddha came directly from the Taj Majal. For the same price you can get one of two graphing calculators. It was disappointing not to see a photo of a 1988 custom, three-quarter ton Chevy van, on the market for $2,500.

Patch does not vouch for the quality or availability of any of the items listed.

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