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Getting Rid of My VHS and S-VHS Videotape Collection - Los Angeles Area

Discussion in 'The Trash Can' started by 3Axel1996, May 11, 2014.

  1. 3Axel1996

    3Axel1996 New Member

    Hi there,

    Over the years, I have taped just about every US Nationals, Europeans and Worlds, plus other amateur competitions since 1982, and I'm ready to get rid of the tapes I have from 1982-1999 as I need to move on with my life. So, if anyone who lives in the Los Angeles are interested in these, please send me a private message. Otherwise, they're going to go into the dumpsters.

    l'etoile and (deleted member) like this.
  2. skateboy

    skateboy Well-Known Member

    You have such an incredible collection and we're so lucky you've put so much on YouTube. Thank you!
  3. coraczek

    coraczek Member

    I would also like to thank you for all those videos on YT.
  4. N_Halifax

    N_Halifax Well-Known Member

    A huge thanks, 3Axel1996! So thankful for all of the work that you do. :)
  5. vvh.equ9art

    vvh.equ9art Member

    My thanks as well for all you have done - you've been a blessing for skating fans.
  6. Fiero425

    Fiero425 Well-Known Member

    Same here in Chicago, but main collection is of every episode of "Doctor Who" and "Blake's 7!" Most of figure skating is of Surya Bonaly era; '94-'98, then continued with Evgeni Pluskenko this year!
  7. cbd1235

    cbd1235 Well-Known Member

    Dumpsters!? I sure hope not :(

    You have been amazing for fans, I cannot thank you enough. I wish I lived in LA, let alone the United States :(
  8. 3Axel1996

    3Axel1996 New Member

    Gracious for all the thank you's! Unfortunately, it looks like they will have to go into the dumpsters as no one locally is requesting them, and they're just too costly to ship out of town.
  9. moebius

    moebius Well-Known Member

    Did you try posting on craigslist?
  10. misskarne

    misskarne #AustraliaForTheTeamEvent

    Have you tried writing to the USFSA? I'm sure they'd be interested in such a big collection. the World Figure Skating Hall of Fame would be very interested I'm sure! Maybe they would take them? :)
  11. acraven

    acraven Well-Known Member

    Videotapes can be shipped via the Postal Service as Media Mail, which is a real bargain. Media Mail moves at the same speed as Parcel Post; it's pretty slow if much distance is involved. You can send 20 lb. across the country for $11.55, or 40 lb. for $20.75. Media Mail can go up to 70 lb. ($34.55), but tapes are bulky and 70 pounds' worth would probably exceed the USPS size limit, which is 108" in length + girth. Length is the longest dimension; girth is measured around what might be considered the waist of the box (all the way around the other two dimensions).
  12. skatesindreams

    skatesindreams Well-Known Member

    Adding to this, my friend!
  13. paskatefan

    paskatefan Well-Known Member

    Thanks for all of the Youtube videos!