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Used Tool Sale and Swap




Last Day for Booth Registration Wednesday July 26th


Used Tool Sale & Swap

Saturday, July 29th

9:00 am - 3:00pm

Sponsored by CU Woodshop & Habitat for Humanity

Located at 1401 Parkland Court, Champaign IL, 61821

(Facebook Event Page)

(Printable Flyer)


About The Event


Our Used Tool Sale and Swap is like a garage sale, flea market, swap meet, and mobile donation center all in one place. But it is only for tools, hardware and accessories. If you have or collect used tools of any type: woodworking, metal working, mechanics tools, etc., you won't want to miss this event. 


You will find power tools, machinery (not just for woodworking), hand tools, accessories, and all types of hardware. No furniture, household items, clothing or lumber are allowed for sale during this event.  




We also partner with Habitat for Humanity's ReStore. They act as a Mobile Donation Center and will be accepting any used tools that they think they will be able to use on job sites or sell in the ReStore. Your donation is tax deductible. See FAQ's for details.  


We continue to work hard to make this the largest assembly of used tools and hardware for sale or swap in Central Illinois. We want you to be a part of this event and there are multiple ways to participate.


3 Ways To Participate 


Sell or Swap 

Set up a booth to sell or swap your tools, hardware and accessories. You can reserve a 10'x10' space in our parking lot or yard to sell or swap your tools. See details and instructions on how to Reserve a Booth today.



Just show up to browse and buy used, specialty and antique tools!



Have tools you want to get rid of but don't want to hassle with reserving a space or selling them? Donate your tools to Habitat for Humanity's ReStore at our event and receive a tax deduction! Habitat for Humanity is happy to accept any items that can be resold at their ReStore location. And again, your donation is tax deductible. See FAQ's for more details.



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