42008-94. Ideal for retail shops as much as for weird Aunt Eunice’s paperback romance collection, this unit features four multi-sided spinning racks atop a casters-empowered base! Measures approximately 77”H. In great shape!
Giving the gift of wine or spirits or sparkling what-have-you is nice. Putting the gift of wine or spirits or sparkling what-have-you into a decorative gift bag makes you come off just a bit classier, and frankly, you could use the help.
41334-57. This heavy unit isn’t called a double safe simply because it’s extra secure—it really has two independent safes with their own combinations (included). This piece also features a secure rolling deposit drawer mechanism for extra excitement. Measures 21 x 31 x 28”H.
42229-14 and -15. Excellent additions to your faux potted forest, these two majestic-ish specimens stand approximately 7 ½’ tall. Place them on either side of your desk and feel like you’re creating spreadsheets in the park!
41531-100. A windblown tree in a ducky landscape (or it could be a dust storm at sunset). Possibly a print, possibly India ink on brushed panel. Framed, 38 x 25 ½”. Signed Earl Newman (we think…or “Earl Newmnkljhkpvjhapsg).
We’ve got over 50 various framed football photos from the hallowed Husky football program. From team photos and action shots to coach pix and quarterbacks in full gallop, you’re sure to find some great memorabilia for your home or office.
41552-20. Whether you’re playing Trudy the Bag Lady from The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe (umbrella hat not included) or have always wanted your own personal cart for downhill races, this authentic grocery cart will fit the bill and leave plenty of room for produce. Measures 3’ x 22 ½” x 40”H.
We hit the jackpot with kid’s toys and what we’ll just call a monkeyload (technical term, we know) of Halloween costume options for this season. Crowns, helmets, animal ears, warrior shields, animal-face masks, fairy wands, yachting caps, Batman masks, and even a few full-body costumes (there’s a bumblebee outfit that makes us want to watch Blind Melon’s “No Rain” video again)—we leave no weird costume stone unturned. So if you’re looking for Halloween inspirations, you KNOW your UW Surplus Store isn’t going to let you down.
While plenty of you may joke that everything we sell is perfect for Halloween, we really do have Halloween-specific items available, too. From pumpkin pails and witch hats to stuffed ghosts and bags of “spider webs,” we’ll make sure you’re ready for the arrival of the Great Pumpkin!
42097-2. Shiny as the patent leather shoes on your nightmare childhood piano teacher, this sleek black Horugel upright piano delivers big sound in a relatively small package. Measures 59” x 2’ x 46”H. Bench (ID# 42068-15) sold separately.
41959-16, -17, and -31. If you’ve seen the movie Rushmore, in which a precocious high school student puts on school play versions of Serpico and Apocalypse Now, stretchers like these wouldn’t be at all out of place. And if you’re not searching for props for your next elaborate high school play, these things also make great stretchers.
Even our reclaimed wood has a cool story! The wood featuring on the front of our sales desk comes from 1950s-era UW bleachers (pock-marked by old cleats) that has been varnished and looks great, we think! You’ll also notice the lower side counter for our lower/ rolling customers!
41483-19 and -20. One of the highlights of any good high lat machine is being able to say, “Hi, lats!” to the bulging muscles you get from it (say that in a Southern accent for extra fun and confusion).
Regardless of where you fall on the great pop vs. soda terminology divide (sodapop, anyone?), we’ve now got you covered and then some. Customers have been asking for some type of drinks machine in the Surplus Store—we’ve heard you, and we are now happy to offer a vending machine that offers soda, pop, water, juice, and energy drinks. The vending machine accepts both cash and debit/credit cards. Automatic for the people, yo.
41558-20. If you are musically inclined or know someone who is, please come snag this lovely upright piano by Kimball before we have to restrain the next happy-fingered toddler Liberace who comes in. Back of piano bears the number “753756.” Measures 25 x 56 x 46”H.
Lat Machines: $650.00 each; Leg Curl Machine: $795.00
41483-19 and -20 (lat machines), 41483-1 (leg curl). Do Millennials have their own versions of Hans und Franz? If not, then who paahmps them aaahp? We’ve got two impressive lat machines and one burly leg curl machine, all by Samson and all featuring appropriately purple bench padding. Hear us now und believe us later—these machines are gunna make you uh-mazing!
This equipment is located in the east practice field next to Husky stadium. Equipment is sold as-is, where-is, with no warranty stated nor implied.
For questions, or to schedule a viewing appointment, please contact Bart Fullmer at 206-459-1689/ bfullmer at uw dot edu.
To purchase this equipment, please contact the Surplus Store at 206-685-1573/ surplus at uw dot edu. Equipment must be removed within three days of purchase. Buyer is solely responsible for pick-up and removal of this equipment.