I was going to shop for Model T parts, and maybe some tools if there were any, but this morning when I talked to a friend who helped with organizing the goods he said the auctioneer backed out because it was too big for him. That's a new one to me. If there's too much stuff for one auction I wonder why they didn't break it up into two.
Ditto Mark's answer.??
Maybe the auctioneer wasn't using enough buyer's premium to make it worth his while.
Stan Howe to the rescue?
Nobody goes there anymore; its too crowded.
Maybe the auctioneer considered it all to be junk and was going to take to much of his time to sell with little financial return.
Steve, do you have any information on where these parts would be? Maybe we can get in touch with the owner and help shrink down the inventory to a manageable auction size.
just call frymiller.charley
I'm with John & Frank. Looking to get out of a bad deal.
The first sale from this collection was in August last year. Van der Brink sold off several acres of cars, trucks, tractors, and parts. Some of the vehicles were complete, but most were projects and parts cars.
The second sale was last May, by the same outfit that cancelled sale three.
hes a hard guy to have a auction for, there was a lot of stuff listed on the first sale, that never made it to the auction, he refused to let her sell it, that could be part of why sale 3 was cancelled