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Reclaimed Mahogany

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I would like to make a top to a built-in out of reclaimed mahogany.  The built-in will be 84x22.

Does anyone know a source of reclaimed mahogany in or near Westchester County, New York, or along the route from there  to Woods Hole, Massachusetts?

Imb (post #207415, reply #1 of 3)

Call up every japanese motorcycle store on that route.

Used to be some sweet mahogany in their crates the bikes came in.


Of course, that was in the early 70's..............

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That was luan from the (post #207415, reply #2 of 3)

That was luan from the Phillipines, not real mahogney and thye haven't used it in years now. There was good wood in those crates though. Many yeaqrs ago my Dad used to get real Honduran from the dumps at the Port Authority where it was used as dunnage in ships, I've got an 18" wide coffee table he built using one board.

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You might consider looking (post #207415, reply #3 of 3)

You might consider looking for old furniture you can disassemble.  Of course, finding large pieces would be difficult.

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