View Full Version : Tool and Automobilia Estate Sale, Nov 1 in Southern MD

10-14-2014, 07:17 AM
Heads up announcement for anyone looking..
Estate sale to take place in Southern MD on Saturday, Nov 1st. Electric and pneumatic tools, anvils, air compressors, drill presses, pedestal spot welder, hand tools, automotive collectibles, drive on alignment rack, Gravely tractors, etc...


For those who may need a kitchen pass from the wife/gf, there are also Longaberger baskets ;)

FMC front end alignment rack also part of the Nov 1 auction. It uses your shop air to raise the rack parallel to the floor. He also used it to more easily detail the sides of cars and as his garage had too low a ceiling for a two post lift, he used it to give some under car clearance for service work.




Update on tool listing,

Brand new Honda EX3000 and EX4000 generators, Geotop transit, tripod, grade stick, and laser level; machinists tools, wrench sets, socket sets, c-clamps, wood clamps, vise grips, craftsman hand tools (many new in pkg)
Columbian Vise, anvils, arbor presses, tube flaring tool, Hermes shear for engraving stock, numerous divided trays of service parts, including O-rings, int/ext retaining rings, electric motor brush kits, etc. Misc hardware and parts bins.
Scroll saw, Band saws- 3 (?) to choose from, Bench top drill press, Floor column drill press, MIG welder, Lincoln 225A Tombstone welder, Pedestal spot welder, 230V hand held spot welder (new), Craftsman dust collector, home-made media blast cabinet, Paint Shaker, Makita table saw, Key machine with key blanks
Whitney No. 5 JR hand punch, R12 Freon, utility trailers, boats and trailers, Camper trailer (Carlisle attendee)
Much more.... Anyone in Southern MD area, mark your calendar for this Nov 1st auction... Not my stuff, a long-time collector and auto enthusiast in the area recently passed on.. RIP Johnny..

10-14-2014, 08:12 AM
R U attending the auction?

10-14-2014, 08:31 AM
I'll be attending. This is the collection of a good friend who recently passed. The Southbend lathe in my shop was on loan from him... He had a heart transplant about 6 or so years ago, and had been doing great since. After experiencing a persistent cough this year, he went to the doctors only to find out he had Stage 4 lung cancer. Come to find out, the anti-rejection drugs for the new heart depleted his immune system enough that the cancer was able to take off.. He passed a couple months ago, and there is quite the collection that his wife has no need for. I have my eye on a couple items. The Southbend has already been purchased from her..

10-14-2014, 09:05 AM
May he rest in our Lords Peace.

10-14-2014, 06:52 PM
Looks like some nice stuff , Wish it was closer .
Sad to see another pass on .
May he rest our's lord's peace !


carls 56 (RIP 11/24/2021)
10-15-2014, 05:10 AM
sorry about your friend, prayers sent.

10-31-2014, 03:00 PM
Auction starts at 9AM tomorrow. If anyone is going, look me up.
<< I'll be in a bright yellow shirt, just like my avatar...

10-31-2014, 04:19 PM
there are also Longaberger baskets

Is that anything like a Whataburger? :p

11-01-2014, 03:38 PM
This is a bit off topic, but I picked up a new shop clock at the auction today.. This is a vintage neon Ford clock, looks to be a dealer only item as near as I can tell..


11-01-2014, 03:58 PM

thats nice !!!

To bad it wasnt CHEVY :p


11-01-2014, 05:37 PM

thats nice !!!

To bad it wasnt CHEVY :p


Ford guys will pay more then Chevy guys for this stuff.