Re: Let them rot away in reply to michael price, 12-04-2012 19:46:05
Yeah, I've heard owners tell me their peice is worth $100,000 since it was originally built in 1950. It's an antique. You got to deal with them, because until you talk to them, you can't seperate them from "Oh is that old thing still out there? If I give it to you, how long will it take to get it out of here?". I man gave me a late 1920's Brunner compressor, including the non leaking tank and original Robbin Myers electrical motor, out of a field in Lockport, NY. In enough cases, people can be reasoned with, if you have a plan that respects their sense of economy. Sometimes it was their daddy's tractor, and it isn't about money. They will never part with their memories of their daddy driving it through the fields. You'll have to respect that.
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