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Wagga Clearing Sale 10 Apr 2019 09:20 #199889

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I would like to die with this bloke's shed.

www.tuckerboxauctions.com.au/machine-sale-yarragundry.html
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Wagga Clearing Sale 10 Apr 2019 10:03 #199891

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Some good stuff there alrighty

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Wagga Clearing Sale 10 Apr 2019 21:59 #199899

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Lang wrote: I would like to die with this bloke's shed.

www.tuckerboxauctions.com.au/machine-sale-yarragundry.html

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Not much good to you if you’re dead. Lol

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Wagga Clearing Sale 11 Apr 2019 07:17 #199901

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He who dies with the most toys......................

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Wagga Clearing Sale 04 May 2019 18:54 #200388

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I watched parts of this auction online today.
An awful lot of small lots did not get a bid.

But the real good stuff did.
BGC = $46000(gasp!)
Centurian Tank = $120000.

Sam.
WW2 Jeep (Daily Driver)
Diamond T 969 (Under restoration)
Kenworth 573 (Yard truck)
WW2 Water trailer
WW2 Blitz 3 ton GS dog trailer

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Wagga Clearing Sale 05 May 2019 06:13 #200400

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As is usual with these auctions everything sells way over market value
I've got the truck

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Wagga Clearing Sale 05 May 2019 09:48 #200402

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rockcrawler31 wrote: As is usual with these auctions everything sells way over market value


I beg to differ

Everything sells for what people reckon its worth
Just sometimes thats more than you think its worth, that doesn't mean its over priced, just worth more to someone else than you

I got no idea what tank prices are but they are something that doesn't come up every day so they gotta be worth a few bob

Paul
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Wagga Clearing Sale 06 May 2019 07:56 #200415

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It is not who has the most
It is who makes the most of what they have
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Wagga Clearing Sale 06 May 2019 08:12 #200416

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yup

Started out with nut n
n have most of it left
OF ALL THE THINGS EYE MISS ................. EYE MISS MY MIND THE MOST

There's more WORTH in KENWORTH

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Wagga Clearing Sale 06 May 2019 08:46 #200417

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It happened again, I had almost finished a reply and it all disappeared! Here we go again!

Well said MrsMackPaul,
Nobody forces you to bid at an auction.
There may be a good reason for you paying more than others would.

One person's junk is another person's treasure.
A few years ago, I outbid the local Scrap Dealer and paid $40 for an axle with the two wheels I needed to complete a set of ten for my 1927 Morris Commercial D Type Six Wheeler. I had been collecting the wheels for 35 years! I could not use the axle and was travelling in a Ute that was already overloaded. I told the Scrappie that if he could get the wheels off, he could have the axle and diff. He did so, and I offered him $100 each for more of the same wheels, as I have another chassis to restore.
I have my shoulder to the wheel,
my nose to the grindstone,
I've put my best foot forward,
I've put my back into it,
I'm gritting my teeth,

Now I find I can't do any work in this position!

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