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    "Gimme $300 for a dog turd with a bent spindle."

    I guess crack ain't gotta be legal to smoke it...


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    Nothing funny about the old engine, very cool.
    if you guys would anti up $6,000 I will go buy it...otherwise, we have to let someone else own it.

    Ruston Hornsby antique gas over diesel engine - general for sale -...

    You are right. What would I do with it...

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    Electric Golf Cart - heavy equipment - by owner - sale




    Riding Golf Cart. Works properly, needs batteries and cosmetic work
    Best cash offer or trade for older model polaris or honda 4 wheeler


    Sent from my Nokia 7.1 using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerholz View Post
    Electric Golf Cart - heavy equipment - by owner - sale




    Riding Golf Cart. Works properly, needs batteries and cosmetic work
    Best cash offer or trade for older model polaris or honda 4 wheeler


    Sent from my Nokia 7.1 using Tapatalk
    Screw all that batteries crap.
    Put a HF $700 v-twin 22hp chonda on it and hit the freeway.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Screw all that batteries crap.
    Put a HF $700 v-twin 22hp chonda on it and hit the freeway.....
    Pfft that's for pussies...you would need a hayabusa engine to really make er go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plastikdreams View Post
    Pfft that's for pussies...you would need a hayabusa engine to really make er go.
    Naw….too impractical and expensive, the roof and windershield would blow off on your daily commute.
    Plus, Colin Furze already done did it....Yeehah !
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    I was the mechanic at a good size golf coarse from 16 until I graduated high school. I could have all the electric carts with bad batteries I wanted for the taking and I took a few. I put a Road bike engine on one. It was a ton of work and when I finally got the gearing right it blew the gears out of the rear axle.

    The electric carts are real fun actually. As a teenager working on this big coarse a fun thing was to take friends and girls onto the coarse and veer off the cart path at full speed on a very steep grassy downhill and crank the wheel to the lock. That thing would just spin and spin and spin. You can't possibly tip over an electric cart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spruewell View Post

    Great! I'll leave behind all my mistakes as part of the estate for my kids. I have a hard time believing that ingot is worth any more than it's scrap price.

    -Ron

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    SPOOLARC WELDING WIRE - tools - by owner - sale

    I'm sure the poster has those "Leetle Details" in his/her head....but somehow they just didn't
    make it onto the advert.....:d

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spruewell View Post
    The poor old-timer has held onto that ingot for over 130 years. That alone should make it worth big bucks.

    I have a puddingstone that may be 100 thousand years old.. wonder if he would trade me even steven?

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    Large Helicopter Transmission-Three Blade - aviation - by owner -...

    Uhm ….yeah.

    What's it fit? I dunno
    It's rusty inside ? It'll shine right up

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    I thought that one not too bad until I saw the break in the base casting. I'm a sucker for taking on basket cases, but that I think he should part out.

    Yesterday I sold a Colchester compound slide and 4 way tool post for $450. It sat there a long time I took some flak from people who didn't like my price (piss off, buy someone else)....yesterday a guy shows up who needed it, sending to his brother out of country, $450 cash. I got the last laugh on what some might have called a funny. Sometimes you just wait for the guy who really needs it.

    I'm looking through kijiji, and see a set of ceramic ball bearings for roller blades for sale at $150. wtf? Do some searching, and there are idiots out there paying 350 retail to put ceramic bearings in their skates. Thats the next trip, I guess they're upgrading from their $19/set ABEC 9's. whats worse, they're not even a quality brand, just Chinese crap - "Swiss" brand not made.

    if you can put aside the ethics, I wish I was smart enough to get rich selling a 95% margin product to idiots who have zero need for it

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    dunno prolly 1500 in parts in that Monarch

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger doug View Post
    Large Helicopter Transmission-Three Blade - aviation - by owner -...

    Uhm ….yeah.

    What's it fit? I dunno
    It's rusty inside ? It'll shine right up

    For a man cave decoration, papering the walls with the $1,595 would probably be more impressive. Besides, there's probably a guy across town with a man cave decoration that's from a FOUR-BLADE helicopter.

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    If you run out of fun project you can build a helicopter with having one of those.

    I would buy it but likely I have a few out in the shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TGTool View Post
    For a man cave decoration, papering the walls with the $1,595 would probably be more impressive. Besides, there's probably a guy across town with a man cave decoration that's from a FOUR-BLADE helicopter.
    Gotcha covered there....
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    $3850 for some scrap. I hope they actually find somebody who is "captured" by that piece.

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