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Tarrant County conducts big biannual sale

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    Rene Bates Auctions

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    by Bruce Felps

    Need a new ride? Maybe a sweet flat-screen hi-def television? Or how about 200 1-ounce silver ingots? Yeah, everybody needs silver ingots.

    Well then, check out Tarrant County’s biannual big blowout auction that includes block items such as a the aforementioned goods, a Corvette or a ‘66 Mustang — awww yeeeeah, boy — jewelry, maybe even from Jared’s, an Iron Horse motorcycle, plus a Mercedes-Benz or two, all manner of electronics and computers, and plenty of miscellaneous useful stuff.

    There’s even an automated money counter. Hmmm, wonder where this stuff came from. Yeah, yeah, ended with a preposition. Big whoop.

    A full rundown of merchandise and all the fine print fit to, uh, print resides online here.

    The auction happens at 9 a.m., Jan. 15, at the Windy Ryon Rodeo Arena in Saginaw.

    Get a jump on shopping for next Christmas, pick up that just-right Valentine’s Day gift — her heart is sure to melt when she unwraps that Vibromax 1103PD compactor, whatever that is — or just help stimulate the Tarrant County economy.

    GIDDY UP on over there and bid.


    Bruce Felps owns and operates East Dallas Times, an online community news outlet serving the White Rock Lake area. He would love to have a ’66 Mustang. Hint.