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Monday, April 19, 2010

  Hobart 135 Mig Welder: Combine Heavy and New Wave Metal

I see you shaking in your boots. You are wondering how you are going to fix that piece of metal tubing that you just snapped in half. Part of you just wants to get up and run away, while the other part feels a civic duty to clean up this mess you created. Perhaps then you should use this Hobart 135 Mig Welder to fix the damage. All it takes is a spark of genius, and you should be able to weld that broken metal tubing in no time. In fact, afterward nobody will even notice the damage you did (as long as you remember to clean up your welds). So stop running around in circles, sit down in front of your computer and head to the online auction before it closes April 20th. Activate your free trial here and combine those metal bits.

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Thursday, April 08, 2010

  650 Metric Tons Of Coal: Feel The Burn

Forget going to the gym. That is for the svelte, and those that want to pump iron. You on the other hand need a slim down quick plan. Forget the sauna. Just plop these 650 Metric Tons of Coal on your front lawn, and burn it as you need it. Titans of industry? Pay attention. These 650 Metric Tons of Coal will have a sample analysis of BTU, Ash, Sulfur, and Moisture, available for all registered bidders. Currently located in the Port of San Juan, an auction like this does not come around very often, and you do not want to miss out on an auction like this. Bids for this auction are due by April 15th. So hurry up and activate your free trial here.

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  Leblond Lathe 15C5: Machining Machinations

Ask any person who works in a machine shop what their most important tool is. Chances are they will say the lathe. They use the lathe to machine everything from car parts, to metal, to baseball bats (depending on the attachments), to even wheels for vehicles. A machine shop is not complete without a lathe. And with this Leblond 15C5 Lathe you can finally complete your machine shop. The Leblond Lathe measures in at 15.5 Feet long, with a swing over bed, and weighs in at 2500 pounds. Attach a nice 4 by 6 piece of maple, and start crafting your next baseball bat. Or attach a nice piece of metal, and machine yourself a nice ornamented wheel. The choice can be yours, just so long as you are the winning bidder when this online auction comes to an end within 24 hours. Activate your free trial here, before it is too late.

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Wednesday, April 07, 2010

  Branson 4220 Tractor Model No. 190: Own The Field

Forget scarecrows and windbreaks. When mother nature sees you driving this big red machine, she will think twice before unleashing her fury upon you, lest you return the favor by merely gazing at her. This Branson 4220 Tractor (Serial No. 17547) is the Chuck Norris of the tractor world. Having only been driven for 165 hours, this tractor is in great shape. This Branson Tractor is ready to give a roundhouse kick to whatever Mother Nature throws its way, thanks to its bevy of attachments, including a mower attachment, forklift attachment, and leveler attachment. So do not delay too long, because the live auction will take place on April 20th. Activate your free trial here, and conquer Earth Day once and for all.

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Wednesday, February 03, 2010

  Open Up Your Very Own Jewelry Factory!

Ever wanted to open up your own business but didn't have the funds? Well not you can make your dreams a reality because the government is selling an entire jewelry-making business for the low starting bid of just $2,400. What you're getting here is all of the equipment needed to start your company. That basically includes the following items:

  • (2) Branson Ultrasonic. model # CH1O12-40-12, (1) Gessuein Small Ultrasonic
  • (1) Arbe Magnetic Tumbler, (1) Tumbler/DRUM
  • (3) Hoffman Steamers, model # JELl 0, (2) Hoffman steamer, model JEL-3
  • (4) Dust Collectors Model #220
  • (1) Vault (jewelry safe approximately 3' high, 2' deep, 2' wide)
  • (3) Computer monitors, (3) Printers, (1) Copy machine, (1) Fax machine, (1) Shredder
  • (1) ALC Abrasive Blaster, (1) Sandblaster, model R-2
  • (6) Electroplater
  • (13) Altex Polishing machines, (14) polishing covers
  • (1) Lap machines
  • (9) handshop machine
  • (1) Branson ultrasonic model 5210
  • (1) Gesswen laser work station serial # 78000097
All of this stuff is typically worth tens of thousands of dollars but you can own it for just a fraction of it's retail cost. Want to learn more about this live auction taking place in Long Island City, NY? If you do, just click here to activate your 3 day free trial!

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Tuesday, May 05, 2009

  Seized Elevator Tools and Machinery: Get Your New Buisness Started!

Going up for auction in just two days in Mt. Vernon, IL is this bulk auction consisting of items formerly used by an elevator retrofitting company that went out of business. Their lost can become your gain! Included in the lot are the following items: several hydraulic elevator lifts, hydraulic pumps and rams, hydraulic tower rotating machines, Millermatic ARC welders with overhead lifts, Delta drill presses, Scotchman shearing machine, miscellaneous elevator components, door openers, control box, NAPA air compressors, hoists, conveyor belts, dollies, rolling carts, metal scaffolding, completed and incomplete elevator shafts and cars, misc. metal casters tubing, hand tools, office furniture and equipment, a whole lot more ( and we mean a lot!) The starting bid for this auction will be $14,241 so be sure to register right now if you plan on attending this upcoming live auction!

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Monday, May 04, 2009

  Yamaha MZ360 Generator: Small In Size, Big In Power

Going up for live bid in less than a week is this Yamaha gas powered generator, model MZ360. This compact size, high power generator sports a 4 stroke OHV engine and not only delivers low fuel consumption but low noise levels as well. It's portable sized, easy to carry and comes with a solid protected frame. Here are some of it's other specs: 220 voltage, 50Hz frequency, recoil starting system, 25 liter fuel tank, and 11.9 hours of usage time. This generator is in like new condition and was working perfectly prior to being placed on the auction block. Want to learn more about this upcoming auction? Then be sure to register with us right now to get fully access to our online database.

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