Milford Cargo Barrier for 80 series landcruiser. Has brackets attached for mounting but no hardware to fit it. Has small areas of surface rust where the paint has flaked away (see photo for example) but doesn't appear to compromise the structural integrity. Otherwise in good condition. Something I b...ought and never got around to installing myself.show more
Kent slow combustion convection wood heater. In good working order, we had it going all day and night for almost 6 months over winter. Only selling as we are renovating and have no need for it anymore. Comes with 4 lengths of painted (black) stainless steel flue section that was new at the start of ...winter last year ($300 alone). Some slight scratches on flue, but could be touched up if desired.show more
Two walnut coloured bedside tables with drawers purchased from Domayne Kotara in 2012. Excellent quality Australian craftsmanship, solid timber with gorgeous dark brown stain. Some minor scratches on top surface of each, welcome to inspect. Would like to sell as a pair.
One owner, top of the range Ford Fiesta Zetec 2012, in stunning Aurora Blue
In excellent condition
Still under new car warranty
Bluetooth with voice control
6 speed sports automatic dual clutch transmission
Optional factory fitt...ed tinted windows and reversing sensors
Only travelled 12000 kms
Purchased 4th July 2012, sold and serviced by Sinclair Ford, Penrith
Rego till 7th July 2015
This has been our second ...show more
Large modern 3 seater & 2.5 seater fabric lounges in charcoal grey with large rectangular ottoman in lime/charcoal design. Also has 4 matching throw cushions (pictured). All furniture was purchased from Domayne in 2012. Excellent quality Australian craftsmanship, sturdy timber frame with duck feathe...r cushioning. Purchase price was $3800. Comes with large charcoal shag rug also purchased from Domayne at the same time, paid $699 for. All items are in good condition, well looked after and come ...show more
These are still attached to the main plant but all you need to do is 'stick' them in the ground and they'll grow ... guaranteed.
I have some very large plants and smaller ones.
Hate to think how much you'd pay in a nursey!