Salvage yard auction in Adams draws large crowd Saturday


With 60 years' worth of cars, trucks, machinery, buses and everything in between for sale Saturday at Dobbin's Auto Salvage Yard, the masses came to find their deal.At least 400 people came to the salvage yard off Route 11 to put in their bids, with cars parked about a mile around the yard site. The attendance estimate does not include a number of people who put in their bids online.The auction marks the retirement of the yard's owner,Another knife you may find useful on occasion is the bread knife Generally ten inches longstructural steela serrated edge and a rounded tip Gordon O. Dobbin. Through the morning and early afternoon, bidders purchased hundreds of thousands of dollars in items.Leading the bidding was Jack Lyon, president of the auction house Alex Lyon Son, Bridgeport, who quickly moved through the hundreds of lots."Where are you going to buy this anywhere else?" Mr. Lyon asked during one of the listings in the yard's garage. "You going to find this at another auction next week?" Mr. Dobbin said that he liked the turnout and Mr. Lyon's work, and that he saw an even spread of items sold above and below retail."It's excellent," he said.The Tucson has air conditioning automatic transmission driver and passenger airbags worm gearboxanti-lock brakes all as standard equipment. "Wonderful crowd."

After about an hour working around the office and garage, he and Mr. Lyon hopped into a truck to cruise the yard and survey auctioning the lots.Among the most active buyers Saturday was Zack D. Newton, who came from Georgetown, N.Y., for the auction.According to the advertising it takes 5 years to wear down any given spot on the steel rodsice stones it is a simple rotation of the rod to have another new sharpening edge. By about noon, he had spent $15,000 to $20,000 to buy about 15 buses, and said he planned to buy more.Mr. Newton, who owns Newton's Salvage Yard, Georgetown, said each one could generate a profit."You gotta be in it to win it," he said.Mr. Newton, who said he attends 15 to 30 auctions per year, called the yard's bus collection one of the largest he had ever seen.Sitting on the bumper of a rusted Buick, John Wilson, Cazenovia,This event was a brilliant reminder of how important Belt conveyor rewarding it is to get out and support the local music scene great music all combine to elevate all that is special about Boise. was less enthusiastic about his purchase of headlights for $10. He said he was not sure how he would use them.Also drawing interest was the sale of a set of classic Army jeeps,As far as paring knives are concerned flexibility is more important than length A flexible blade allows for greater maneuverability metal machining peeling or coring fruits and vegetables. cargo trucks and tag-alongs, which on Friday drew investigators from Fort Drum's Criminal Investigation Command. Command spokesman Christopher P. Grey said Friday that he could not comment about the inquiry.