JOHN THE JUNKER
Barn Wanted
Where one man’s junk is another man’s treasure...
John E. Killebrew
Owner
Waverly, Illinois  62692
217-652-1024
killer@johnthejunker.com
John the Junker here, and I want your old barn! Contact me by phone, text or
e-mail
if you are the owner of a barn you want taken down and I will come
out and take a look at it.  Generally, I will pay for the wood and we do a
great job of cleaning up after ourselves.  We can also make a deal where I
take the wood in exchange for a total clean up of your barn
.  Every situation
is unique, lets discuss your individual needs
.

You can also find m
e and my wife set up at flea markets around the Illinois
and Michigan area.  With the popularity of television shows like American
Pickers and Barn Builders, etc., we are just not getting the cool old junk you
find in barns anymore.  Most barns have already been stripped clean of the
neat old stuff we used
sell that we found laying around inside.  But that's
okay!  We still are getting very nice barn wood, which we sell at our flea
market shows for only $5 a board.  (That's not board foot, that's
per board.)  
We also still get all the
authentic barn doors and door rolling tracks and a
few
other rusty, fun barn items.

We
now offer an awesome selection of decorative windows and ornamental
metal for your yard or home.
 These items have been very popular at our
flea markets
and out of our shop in Waverly, IL.  I have posted some
pictures on here.  You can also check out all the great items we have at
Big
Chicken Collectibles
on Facebook. Or you can come buy and shop at our
regular flea markets.  Click on the links to each market for up-to-date
info
rmation and dates:

Kane County Flea Market, Kane County Fair Grounds, St. Charles, IL, the
first weekend of each month, March through December.

Third Sunday Flea Market, Interstate Center, Bloomington, IL, every third
Sunday of each month in February, and May through October and November
12 (2nd Sunday), 2017.

Michigan Antique Festivals, Midland, MI & Davisburg, MI, look for dates
in the Spring and Fall for these festivals.