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    Anyone interested

    This one is not to far from me....couple hundred miles
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    I erred on the low side of the stated numbers and at that it has passed what I could scrap it for.

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    The metal at those prices would sell for around $6,300 here. Not including the brass. Whoever buys this, in my opinion isn't going to make enough to be worth their time or initial investment.

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    After running some numbers this morning I would have to agree but I think a big yard could make money on this due to the sheer volume

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    in the grand scheme of things it isnt really that much volume. Whoever is bidding on this is running thin
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeinreco View Post
    After running some numbers this morning I would have to agree but I think a big yard could make money on this due to the sheer volume
    Yeah, if a yard bought this they could make a small profit off of it. They'd have to pay to have it trucked to them though which is expensive for that weight obviously. Also by pay I mean
    pay one of their workers and pay the gas unless they sub-contract for that type of thing.


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