100-year-old, old-growth, rough-cut, red oak planks ranging from 9½ to 21½ width (see table below).
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These are planks used to build a garage in 1920. They have no warp, no twist, and minimal cupping. Thickness averages around 1" (easy to plane to ¾"). These are solid planks, not ply, not glued. All measurements are rounded down to the nearest half-inch.
I have been building benches, phone stands, business card holders, and other stuff from smaller cuts of this lumber, and it is gorgeous when planed and varnished.
Craigslist can't handle a table (even though they say they can) so prices are listed at redleafconsulting.us/wood
Pick-up only, no delivery.