Salvage Door: $40, plus tax.
Ferry trip to get to the mainland and back with the door: $58
Tool wear and tear: $5
Fasteners and miscellaneous hardware: $2.50
Doorknob and deadbolt: Free, just use the existing crappy ones so all the keys still match.
1×6 Douglas Fir planks: $112. (For that price, next time I’ll just cut down a tree)
Labor: Free, though in all fairness, in the time it took me to fix up this door I could have watched District 9, Gladiator, Season 6 of The Shield, the extended versions of all of the Lord of the Rings movies, Skyfall and Casino Royale.
Dowel: Free, I got dozens lying around for scrap.
The correct size dowel that you don’t have lying around and have to go buy at the hardware store: $4.35
22 Festool sanding discs: $16.50
Stain, primer, paint, and about 24 feet of frog tape: $54.67 (that frog tape is a little steep)
Cat in a sink: Free. Good luck washing your hands.
Solid brass hinges in Oil Rubbed Bronze (TM) that will never ever rust: $75.
Amount of sleep I’ll lose because the door is asymmetrical: 0.0 hours.
Using the old door for thrown weapons practice: Okay, that is priceless.