Weekly Classifieds
Posted July 22, 2011

Classified ads will run each Friday in FERMILAB TODAY, and will remain posted for a week. The weekly deadline for submitting ads is 12:00 Noon each Wednesday.

If you would like to submit an ad, please fill out the online form, providing all of the information requested. If you do not have Web access, contact the Office of Communication at 630-840-3351.

Please read the Fermilab Classified Ad Policy before submitting your ad.

For Sale

2007 Harley Davidson XL883C, pewter pearl, miles 6100, this bike has no damage history, mint condition, $5000. Contact: Dave at (262)456-4476 or at benmic@wi.rr.com.

92 Ford Taurus GL, 3.8 V6, 241 miles, $1,300 or best offer. Contact: Al at (630)840-6896.

Yamaha P90 digital piano, excellent condition, includes music rest, foot pedal and power supply. See specifications at http://usa.yamaha.com/products/musical-instruments/keyboards/digitalpianos/p_series/p-90/?mode=model Note that this is a stage piano, it has no speakers, so you either need to use headphones or play it through your stereo, or have speakers. It's designed for professionals who perform and need a portable keyboard; it makes an excellent piano for beginning students as well. I have some accessories that are available for additional cost including a stand and folding bench if interested in a package. Contact: Mark at x4776 or markl@fnal.gov.

Step 2 "Kangaroo" Climber - only been used indoors, like new condition, $65, photos available upon request. Contact: Mayling at maylingwong@ureach.com or (630)770-6647.

White Wicker Dining set with glass top and 4 chairs; good condition, $125 or best offer, all wooden oak frame futon in very good condition, $150 or best offer. Contact: Ellie at x4632.


2nd Annual Fearless Grandparents against Autism Intergenerational Picnic, Sunday, July 31 from 12pm 4pm. If you have a child with Autism, this picnic is for you. If you know of someone with a child with Autism, please pass this along to them. Contact: Al Wywialowski at (630)661-0093.

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