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Re: Auction: '50 Super Eight, Stillwater, MN, June 6, 2020
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I guess each region is experiencing this differently. I grew up in the NE and have many friends and family in the hotbed areas but down south it's actually quite calm.. at least my area. For the most part you can get the food you want and clerks chat with you and bag your food like normal. I put in a large order with the Home Depot for some items for my house and workshop/garage I've been building and still can't get a delivery date after 3 days, told due to demand.

Been trying to build my garage for over a year now. I'm in a high demand area and had to wait months for a foundation to be poured (my 70 yards of concrete was "small"). Inspections are still happening.. thought I might get a deal to fill and pour a pad during this - nope just got blown off by a contractor that is "backed up."

Posted on: 4/14 7:30:14
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Re: Auction: '50 Super Eight, Stillwater, MN, June 6, 2020
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Its up to $2,100, one day left. Still a good deal for someone if it doesn't jump much further. Get in there, get yourself a Packard to enjoy!

Steve

Posted on: 6/5 17:13:09
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Re: Auction: '50 Super Eight, Stillwater, MN, June 6, 2020
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I wonder who wants that steam roller? When I lived out west one of the neighbors had a steam farm tractor. I think the Model T shows if you want an antique car the Model T is still the best value for the money the same way as in 1920. People go crazy for those Broncos, but for a little more money you can buy a brand new Jeep.

Posted on: 6/6 4:47:29
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Re: Auction: '50 Super Eight, Stillwater, MN, June 6, 2020
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The 1950 Super Eight sold for $4,300. If you bought it, please tell us about your new acquisition.

Steve

Posted on: 6/7 18:00:27
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