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MI auction go'ers

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wade

03-08-2002 11:50:47




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anyone here go to many auctions in Michigan.




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THE H MAN

03-08-2002 15:32:23




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 Re: MI auction go'ers in reply to wade, 03-08-2002 11:50:47  
i live in the thumb of michigan and i try to go to auctions on a weekly basis. i've got some good deals and some real bad head aches.



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wade

03-09-2002 04:12:14




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 Re: Re: MI auction go'ers in reply to THE H MAN, 03-08-2002 15:32:23  
Please keep your eyes pealed on your sale bills for a IH 806 wf,3pt,pto,diesel, prefer something on 38's. Even a 706 would do.I live about 60 miles south of Traverse City.Just looking for something between 60-100 hp. Dont want to spend more than 4,500.
thanks wade



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Frank nmi

03-08-2002 12:22:29




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 Re: MI auction go'ers in reply to wade, 03-08-2002 11:50:47  
I live in northern Mi. and have went to a few in the past five years or so. Seems as though at the time there were a lot of people with extra money to spend as prices were pretty high on things. Made me see why farmers and dealers liquidating use auctioneers rather then just having a sale !



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Big John

03-08-2002 12:12:21




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 Re: MI auction go'ers in reply to wade, 03-08-2002 11:50:47  
No - Never - Not Once - since I live in Kansas that might have something to do with it.



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