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Auction with something for everyone... #258734
06/12/09 12:01 am
06/12/09 12:01 am
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Charleston SC
Ob1quixote Offline OP
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Hmmm, within a good days drive...turn the pages, bound to be something there for ya!

http://www.batorauctions.com/Public_action_TN_pics_list_PG1.html


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Re: Auction with something for everyone... [Re: Ob1quixote] #258735
06/12/09 12:15 am
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WOW!

I'll put the first 500.00 on the 34 Brough Superior !!

Ya I know Dream on MoFo.....


Cheers Zed

1956 Ariel SQ4
1965 Norton Atlas
1967 Triumph T100R x 2
1957 Vespa VB1
Re: Auction with something for everyone... [Re: Zed] #258753
06/12/09 2:31 am
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Central Virginia
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Fascinating!

All those bikes, and TWO Honda C-model step-thrus, I'll bet they're $1000 each. The old Trail 55 is pretty rare.

And what's with the completely burned 2006 Gold Wing? I mean, it was just a completely melted ingot, no parts left at all? Who would give $.02 a pound even for scrap for it, it would cost more to haul than it was worth?

Lannis


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Re: Auction with something for everyone... [Re: Ob1quixote] #258769
06/12/09 4:25 am
06/12/09 4:25 am
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Laredo (South) Texas, USA
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Too bad i don't work for "the Fed", i could print up a truckload of money and buy 'em all.

As it is, I don't know that I could afford that '06 Goldwing that's nothig but a 4" high pile of burned remnants.


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Re: Auction with something for everyone... [Re: Zed] #258828
06/12/09 3:29 pm
06/12/09 3:29 pm
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wonder what this one goes for...




edit: a little slow on the draw...

Last edited by snowbeard; 06/12/09 3:30 pm.

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Re: Auction with something for everyone... [Re: snowbeard] #258911
06/12/09 11:28 pm
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Laredo (South) Texas, USA
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Yeah, that's the one I was referring to...


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Too many bikes to list, mostly Triumph & Norton, some BSA & European
"The Iron in your blood should be Vintage"
Re: Auction with something for everyone... [Re: GrandPaul] #258913
06/12/09 11:43 pm
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