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Meranti Hydrotek Marine Plywood For Sale

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I have a project that could not be started so would like to sell the plywood. It is Marine Ply stamped BS1088.
15 sheets of 3/8" (9mm)
4 sheets of 1/2" (12mm)
2 sheets of 1/4" (6mm)
Price is $1200 for all.

I'm located in west central Indiana, zip code 47932

Email me at byggles@gmail.com if you are interested.

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