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Old 05-16-2013, 01:13 AM   #13081
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Wait, someone just left all that in there?
Yep...We bought the property, old farmhouse, on 15 acres, with 2 barns as a foreclosure. Its as if the people just vanished. Food still in the fridge , clothes still in the dryer, etc. This is the smaller barn, i dont really use it for anything, so its still pretty much just as i found it 4 yrs ago........
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one of my barns, as i found it....
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Wait, someone just left all that in there?
Why would someone do that? That's a small block Chevy. Looks like it's been taken care of too....

Chevelle has the vinyl back on the roof...

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I'm going home next weekend I'll try and get some better pictures. I feel like I'm really missing out being 400 miles away.
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Yep...We bought the property, old farmhouse, on 15 acres, with 2 barns as a foreclosure. Its as if the people just vanished. Food still in the fridge , clothes still in the dryer, etc. This is the smaller barn, i dont really use it for anything, so its still pretty much just as i found it 4 yrs ago........
Huh? You know how much money in just tools is in that barn? Looks like quite a bit.
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I like Hookers...
So does Gello... :-P
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Yep...We bought the property, old farmhouse, on 15 acres, with 2 barns as a foreclosure. Its as if the people just vanished. Food still in the fridge , clothes still in the dryer, etc. This is the smaller barn, i dont really use it for anything, so its still pretty much just as i found it 4 yrs ago........
Auh , well ,you all know the nut I can be , yes ? Would you believe I forgot to come back and get my things..? Auh ,I was called away in a rush , auh ,
You know , to save cosmos and all..! Uh...yeap , I can be a little forgetful at times , so,s would you be so kind as to tell me where the hell I auh , lived.?
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Huh? You know how much money in just tools is in that barn? Looks like quite a bit.
I really dont know much about tools, or cars. But my brother checked it all out one time, and said its mostly matco tools, so probably not alot of money there, but whoever lived there must have had a shop going.
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I really dont know much about tools, or cars. But my brother checked it all out one time, and said its mostly matco tools, so probably not alot of money there, but whoever lived there must have had a shop going.
Matco tools are good not cheap at all...
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Even cheap tools ain't cheap..and "Matco" ain't that cheap.!
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I really dont know much about tools, or cars. But my brother checked it all out one time, and said its mostly matco tools, so probably not alot of money there, but whoever lived there must have had a shop going.
Hey, maybe it's time to learn! You have an engine and tools.

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Matco tools are good not cheap at all...
Yeah, they're good tools, if those boxes are full there's at least $10,000 worth of tools in there... Your brother's idea of a lot of money and my idea of a lot of money are extremely different...

Edit: those boxes are smaller than I thought but it's still around 7-8,000 if they're all Matco. You would be surprised how much money a person could spend on tools.
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