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BJ Auction

Barry

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#2
Yes but do remember the first day are the lower price cars and as it goes on the nicer ones start showing up when the money gets there to bid.
All look beautiful on TV but some in person there could be a number of things you don't see on TV.
 

EddieF

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#3
No doubt a few from yesterday could be flipped for double today tomorrow.
True, i don't know how people buy from tv couch w/o hearing them run or if chasis was pretzel.
Nice to look at though lol.
 
#4
those cars are bought by collectors . they know days ahead what the car is worth and what they will pay and there are hundreds of inspectors there working for buyers. some hayseed buying online with his retirement bonus is going to get eaten alive. just like all the streetrodders back when it first went live thought they would get rich on their car only to make 50 cents on the dollar. not for the faint of heart .
 

EddieF

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#5
Daum. Watching now, says earlier today, people were drunk this afternoon bidding?
Thursday 1961 buick? sold for 13k and i'd enjoy driving it daily.
 
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#6
bidders and consignors get 10 free drinks/day. I was there in 2016 selling, so 30 free drink tickets for the three days, I used a total of 2, after I sold, :cool:
 
#7
All look beautiful on TV but some in person there could be a number of things you don't see on TV.
i cant remember what car it was i saw go through the scottsdale auction, but remember the commentators really hyping it.
and all i was thinking was,"they should plan out how to show that car because all i see is major spider webs."
 

EddieF

Top Banana
#8
Looks like Thursday's buy day for drivers under $20k.
Fri & Sat to blow cash. Hey if you can afford it, got 200k to gamble, more power to ya- enjoy you're new toy for sure.
I personally liked $13k 1961 Buick. Interior was all there, looking from here.
 
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