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    Some of my auction buys from the weekend.

    I will have some more pictures to add later. I was able to take advantage of my rural location to score pretty big over the weekend. Lots of scrap, and lots of more than scrap value.

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    Here are a few more pictures

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    Best thread in minute. Thanks man.

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    I hauled this load in yesterday
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    Thanks for posting!! Hard to believe there's more than a year's gap in this thread. I had a battery load this year after my bro gave up the fantasy of making his own lead balls for his muzzle loader out of a bunch of batteries. It was a fun load!!

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    Oh...... I love them batteries ! Wish I could score more but I won't pay for them so I get em where I can. When I get 20 or so them I add them to my load of other scrap to make sure I'm making it worth the trip. The last load was a bust with ferrous so the copper and batteries helped
    to make it a decent payout.
    Remember... wherever you go... there you are

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    It is hard to believe it's been that long. I haven't been hauling much, because I was running an excavator all summer. It's kinda nice to get back at it.

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    I traded this swather for an 18' car trailer and a plasma cutter.

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    You probably got the better deal, especially if you can work the plasma cutter like a ninja!!

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    I saw an add for corrugated metal for free, must take all. I have been looking for some to put on the roof of my porch, so I said I would take it. As is always the case where I live, it was over 100 miles to go get it, but I know the people, and my sister has a ranch near there, so I made the trip. As it turns out, this was a building that had been taken down in the early 70s, and purchased by this ranch, and never reassembled. There is another load like this one that I still need to go get.

    A little research tells me that this may be worth a little bit of money, I have already had a couple people say that they will buy some.

    Also, I was able to make connections to purchase a 1972 Chevy K20 pickup for a pretty cheap price.

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    72 Chevy 4X4

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    I picked up this old Chevy a few days ago.

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    Hope you didn't destroy that .
    The body panels are in very good condition for a 70's truck !

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    Quote Originally Posted by RLS0812 View Post
    Hope you didn't destroy that .
    The body panels are in very good condition for a 70's truck !
    No rust at all. It will be fixed up by someone. I have several people that want it, and I haven't advertised it.

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    Very nice truck! They don't make tanks like that anymore!


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