WANTED: Upright transport from PA to OR or AZ

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JohnM
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WANTED: Upright transport from PA to OR or AZ

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I recently purchased an upright phonograph from a gentleman in northwestern Pennsylvania north of Pittsburgh and south of Jamestown, NY. If anyone happens to be traveling near there with a destination in either Oregon (where it could be dropped-off to Jerry Blais), or through Arizona (I can pick up along I-40/I-17/I-10 corridors), please let me know. Willing to pay. Thanks!
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emerson
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Re: WANTED: Upright transport from PA to OR or AZ

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Try craigslist ---community and then rideshare. I have found an ad for someone coming back to NJ with a pickup truck that was going through Ohio and could pick up a machine for me, weather permitting. He had a $100 min. ---- plus extra $ on how far he would have to go out of his way. It should be arriving in Jersey soon. He travel from NJ to AZ and back a few times a year BUT----the virus has him limited now on his trips. So try the different states for someone traveling. Good Luck

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Re: WANTED: Upright transport from PA to OR or AZ

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emerson wrote:Try craigslist ---community and then rideshare. I have found an ad for someone coming back to NJ with a pickup truck that was going through Ohio and could pick up a machine for me, weather permitting. He had a $100 min. ---- plus extra $ on how far he would have to go out of his way. It should be arriving in Jersey soon. He travel from NJ to AZ and back a few times a year BUT----the virus has him limited now on his trips. So try the different states for someone traveling. Good Luck
Thanks!
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