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[All Ads] For Sale: Stairlift

[All Ads] For Sale: Stairlift

It's only vaguely model engineering, pehaps you're struggling to get to your loco from your basemant workshop. I have a working stairlift that I want rid of, if anyone wants it they will have to remove it and transport it away. I'll give you a hand, but it must all go, no cherry picking!

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