[UPDATE: Upon further review, the Morigeau-Lepine 2800 crib pictured below is a convertible, not a dropside. They also made dropsides that look pretty much the same to me, hence the confusion. See Comments.]
Loophole alert: Are you allowed to throw away a drop side and sell the crib as a daybed, thusly?
“Beautiful, high quality solid wood Morigeau-Lepine crib converted to toddler day bed. Originally purchased for 850.00. Attached picture is of original drop-side crib which is now banned in the U.S. Drop side piece is not included in this sale to avoid possible danger.”
I don’t know. Maybe.
But what I do know is that you can’t sell drop side cribs no mo, even on Craigslist.
What should you buy instead? How about a Sniglar* from IKEA? It costs just $69 (and it certainly looks like it costs just $69.)
And it will not impress any rich ladies in Russian Hill or anywhere else.
But, the Sniglar, she is legal, and that’s the thing.
Sorry for the hassle. Thank you, drive through.
*Wasn’t that Gollum’s name back when he was a Hobbit? Something like that.