This is a new addition to the series. You really want to purchase this! It is a Jim Coleman Tripleshine 5 bay unit. It retails for around $6,520 new and this unit is around 5 years old.
Please purchase this! If you don’t want this item, not to worry. I have even more equipment in my basement.
This is a new addition to the basement series. Remember you want to purchase this! It is a Jim Coleman Bug Remover 5 bay unit (HP-76) which can be used really for any one chemical. It retails for $3,114 new and this unit is around 5 years old.
Don™t you want to purchase this? If not don™t worry. I have even more equipment in my basement. Next item I believe will be a Jim Coleman Triple shine unit.
The basement treasures series may be a frequent blog entry over the next few months. Don’t worry: you can purchase anything you want from the basement treasures series! Everything in the series somehow actually fits in my basement! The first installment is a:
3 1/2 Bay Mark VII Proline Series VII from November 13, 1987
3 – Cat plunger pumps
4 – Leeson 3 HP motors with belt guards
Dilution tank base it rusting out and missing a leg!
2 -Flojet pumps
Pulled from closing carwash, which is now a new CVS site.
Don’t you want to purchase this? If not don’t worry. I have a 4 bay Clean Concepts unit that I will be featuring also.
I was checking out my Dad’s Standard changer install today. (He took the changer out of his Moody carwash.) It replaced an equally worn Rowe changer like the changer in the right picture. He gave me his spare Rowe BC-200 changer so now I have 5 Rowe changers! Yea! I need to sell one to Greg.
No carwash left after 6 days!
Today my sawzall and William got a workout. William and I cut out the bay lights and 360 booms. I loaded my car with a bunch of other stuff and I think we are pretty much done.
William found a very large black widow spider yesterday, it was a mean little spider. William did say they had a black widow spider problem.
We rented a Penske 24 foot truck, blue dual axel trailer, and fork lift today to move the Water Wizard.
William just put the gantry on the trailer and strapped it down with 4 2″ tie downs, which we purchased from Lowes.
The pumping station went into the back of the truck along with the rails, entry gate, etc.
It was a long and bumpy road and my back is going to hurt tomorrow. “Air Ride”… I say back breaker.
William moved the gantry off the trailer without any problem!
Thanks again William and my Dad for your help today.
Today, I had everything all planned out with moving all the Water Wizard equipment. I rented 2 flat bed trailers and a fork lift. The only problem was, out of the 2 trucks we had, neither could pull the fork lift.
So instead of using AABCO Rents, the plan sunk like the Titanic slide in front of Alabama Rentals; where I ordered and confirmed the delivery of the fork lift and this cool blue trailer tomorrow.
I also brought home some Water Wizard accessories and some self serve stuff today.
By the way thanks again Greg for letting me borrow your truck.