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Animal Plastics reptile cage

Discussion in 'For Sale: Other Stuff (Not bass related)' started by SomeGuy, Jan 24, 2006.

  1. SomeGuy


    Aug 20, 2004
    The Last Frontier
    Thought I'd give this a try here before goin to ebay with it.

    What I have here is an Animal Plastics T3 reptile cage. These are very nice cages, and this one is in great condition. When I ordered it new the wait was 6-8 weeks, so here's your chance to get one without the wait. Made out of 1/2" thick Controlled Density PVC, they are sturdy, fire resistant, and well insulated right out of the box. Check out AP's site for full details:


    Dimensions for the T3 are 36 x 24 x 12. These are really the cadillac of reptile cages, they look good, they're easy to clean, and I've never heard of one breaking, I can stand on top of mine without damaging the cage. If you've kept reptiles for a while, thes are a great upgrade from a homemade plywood cage or an aquarium, or if your looking to get your first snake this would work great as well. My cage has the optional belly heat, sliding acrylic doors, and locks so its all ready to go , just set it up and plug it in.

    I'd like $150 plus shipping. New and with these options this cage would run over $200, and with the long wait when you order new... this is a steal. Pickup is an option if your in SoCal. Also, if you wanna throw some trades at me thats cool, bass stuff would be the best but if you have something interesting gimme a try.


  2. jordanm


    Feb 24, 2005
    Atlanta, GA
    Bump for a fellow bassist/herper! Animal plastics make some great cages. I'm just too cheap/have too many snakes and make my own PVCX stuff.