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IOWOLF
07-19-2006, 05:29 PM
http://www.weltonauction.com/07222006/Default.htm


Sorry, I cant make it. I don't think so anyway.;)

I will be going to one of these....

http://www.auctionbill.com/07-22standley.html


http://www.auctionbill.com/07-22pryor.html

IOWOLF
07-20-2006, 06:16 AM
Come on guys ,No comments?

Milacron of PM
07-20-2006, 08:11 AM
Come on guys ,No comments?

Well, the floor model Craftsman lathe looks like brand new. Probably would have gone cheap too...except for your post, now the whole world knows about it ;)

What's with all the brand new flat bed truck bodies in the other auction ?

ptjw7uk
07-20-2006, 08:20 AM
Well the auction at http://www.auctionbill.com/07-22standley.html
sounds very interesting.

You could buy a GMC G30 , buy a lathe then an oven, an exercise bike to burn off excess food and finally a piano to cheer you up.
All in all a varied collection of lots !!!

IOWOLF
07-20-2006, 04:10 PM
Well, the floor model Craftsman lathe looks like brand new. Probably would have gone cheap too...except for your post, now the whole world knows about it ;)

What's with all the brand new flat bed truck bodies in the other auction ?


Naw, no one comes to Nebraska.


and, Omaha Standard built a new mfg. plant so all the old stuff dont look good there, and the lift gates and bodys came from a dealer that went under and they repo'd the stuff.

moldmonkey
07-20-2006, 07:18 PM
IOWOLF,

Thanks for posting them. There haven't been many machine shop auctions around here lately (Topeka). I may have gone to them and bought myself a B-day present but I got a chance to go on a archaelogical dig in Western Kansas. Let us know how things go.

IOWOLF
07-23-2006, 05:44 PM
The school auction,

South bend Pos lathe $325
Rockwell 11" lathe $350
Atlas QC 36 10" $175

Nope didnt buy anything. to hot and truck was full already.

flatlander
07-23-2006, 05:59 PM
Jon - You passed up a chance to go to a tool auction to come out here and bake your brains out digging in the chalk bluffs? Ah well, to tell the truth, hunting for sharks teeth up along the Smoky Hill River is one of my favorite pasttimes - as long as I've got an attractive lady friend along to keep me company. Spending this weekend out in the shop, trying to finish up a couple of barrels that I'd rented chambering reamers for - I think they're due back by Monday.