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Peters estate sale in Nebraska

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11-16-2014 11:58:03

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Anyone on here going to confess to being the winner of that 1917 case car heard it sold for $47,500 would have been there if not for bad weather and roads congrats to who ever got it, I would trade off most of my stuff for one, sure would be neat to drive it around and stop at dealers

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11-16-2014 17:16:48

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 Re: Peters estate sale in Nebraska in reply to glenn/mn, 11-16-2014 11:58:03  
I'm not sure who the owner is but it is headed to Fort Collins, CO. I didn't catch the number of the buyer. It was 16, snowing, with a North wind at 20-30 at the start of the sale.

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11-16-2014 17:34:18

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 Re: Peters estate sale in Nebraska in reply to 71ford100, 11-16-2014 17:16:48  
Thanks for the info it was hard sitting here letting that one go, I just felt it was not safe to travel that far in that weather, I could not believe that they would not have waited till it warms up I was so concerned about buying something then trying to move it, any moisture in the rear ends or crank cases would have been disaster if they were moved

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11-16-2014 18:21:37

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 Re: Peters estate sale in Nebraska in reply to glenn/mn, 11-16-2014 17:34:18  
I honestly believe that the distant family just wanted the estate settled right then and there. He was a bachelor so it was nieces and nephews mostly. I bought one of the Rumelys and the rear end on it wouldn't spin. They did have a loader tractor so we picked the rear end up and I winched it onto the trailer.

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11-16-2014 18:51:14

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 Re: Peters estate sale in Nebraska in reply to 71ford100, 11-16-2014 18:21:37  
That was the same feeling I had after emailing back and forth with the adminstrator of the estate and I mentioned this to others so I was getting the same feeling about the sale as you were

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