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BGHansen

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Wow, and I thought I had a lot of stuff!

Bruce
 

ddickey

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I'll be buying stuff. Only 35 minutes away. Are those Enco mills any good?
 

ch2co

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I'm just sorry that it isn't Farmington NM.:confusion:
 

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I'll share my auction theory.

The very best auction to attend is an estate auction with a line of clean equipment. the guy kept it up and did not pull any shenanigans before the sale.

The worst auction to attend is a bankruptcy with everything looking broke and dirty. Total caveat emptor


I place this auction near the top of my scale.

now as to the Enco mill, it will be an asian knockoff of a bridgeport. these mills are fine if not rode hard and put away wet.
 

ddickey

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The mill and lathe both went for more than $4000. Then you add in the 18% plus the tax i think you have to pay and someone paid way to much imo.
 
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