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Information: heads up! Yard Sale!

Sun 4th Oct '20

Advert ID: 38757

Tools & Parts (Small tooling)
Details:
Time is marching on and I MUST clear my late fathers workshop with some urgency! So I have decided to have an engineering yard sale. There is just too much to sell to advertise individual items and so a yard sale seems to be one way of moving a considerable amount of stuff in a short time!

This will all go ahead at my fathers workshop on Saturday 10th October from 10am to 6pm at CB24 9JH - Histon in Cambridgeshire. Mail me for the exact location and to indicate you will be coming along.

Anything sold will be on a STRICTLY first come first served basis. The first person to pay the agreed price gets the item - absolutely no bidding against each other or gazumping!

Cash only, receipts can be given if required


Items for sale will include things such as

  • assorted hand tools
  • engineers squares
  • dividers
  • calipers
  • marking out tools
  • drills
  • brand new (quality) imperial morse taper drills upto 7/8
  • hand reamers
  • tap and die sets imperial and metric
  • loads of nuts and bolts
  • Swan Cygnet Porta Forge
  • Assorted smithing tongs - some may be new
  • Assorted smithing and metalworking books
  • BOC Porta Pack with several bottles
  • 'spare' BOC Sapphire gas welding torch and hoses
  • 110 volt power tools - grinders, drills, planers, sanders
  • 110 volt site transformer
  • 110 volt (3kw??) workshop transformer
  • An LC Mason 'Minnie' casting set
  • A Turner 10H casting set
  • Myford 3 and 4 jaw chucks
  • Jacobs chucks from excellent to rough condition
  • Myford travelling and fixed steadies - boxed
  • Myford Vee blocks
  • 7 inch face plate
  • 2 vertical slides
  • various change gears
  • a shed load of ground tool steel lathe tools
  • virgin pieces of tool steel
  • some mini tipped tools - proxima?
  • assorted side and face milling cutters some still in the wax
  • oxford oil filled welder - small single phase
  • Murex mig set
  • SIP compressor
  • Record No 25 vice in excellent condition
  • 3 Record No 2 vices
  • Stanley Bailey No 4 and 5 planes in almost unused condition
  • Kerry bench mounting drill press
  • assorted Nippy vices
  • Marples and Stanley wood chisels
  • A variety of new buffing mops and soap
  • Avo meters
  • Bakelite Megga in brass box
  • Vent Axia window mount extractor fan and controller - the round one with the flappy back draft doohickies
  • new MK and other metal clad sockets
  • several green wall mounted articulated machine lights
  • hammers by the dozen
  • spanners - metric and imperial
  • red/black twin and earth ;o)
  • collection of old petrol cans inc a 1940 flimsy, Pratts, Regent etc
  • 1944 'water' jerrycan - has something in it thats definitely not water!
  • couple of wooden tool chests (Union type) made by local cabinet maker
  • Rolls Royce Merlin compressor
  • black and decker 4 inch bench belt sander
  • black and decker surface plane
  • Handi Angle guilliotine
  • several Kayes 1 pint oil cans
  • quarter pint Kayes oil can
  • several other collectable vintage oil cans
  • an assortment of vintage pump up blow torches
  • Small welding bench
  • monkey tail smiths vice
  • a carpenter made wooden work bench you could sit the Queen Mary on
  • small surface plate
  • old school height gauge
  • bucket of yellow wall plugs
  • more twin and earth cable clips than any man could ever need
  • couple of torque wrenches - decent ones not cheap chinese
  • Sykes Pickavent 3 legged gear puller
  • Sykes P car body hammers and dollies - some boxed
  • Sykes P valve compressor
  • Sykes P hydraulic gear puller
  • Sykes P stethoscope - boxed
  • Lesto (Scintila) 240 volt nibbler
  • Bench shears possibly with spare jaws if I can find them!
  • GPO telephone tool pouches
  • GPO telephone test equipment - old school
  • more single phase electric motors than is decent for one man to have
  • tins of grease
  • miniature combination square in box
  • assorted Tyzack '3 legged' builders trowels
  • spirit levels - good quality
  • couple of 1 ton car trolley jacks
  • ex war department Kismet foot pump and service kit!
  • assorted Record G clamps
  • couple of Carver clamps
  • Seally 8 inch? bench grinder
  • small mickey mouse bench grinder
  • Yankee and similar screw drivers a plenty
  • Old school wood work tools - mallet, saws, carpenters squares

do I need to go on?????

Well there is just one or rather two other things - bit of a long shot, but I have a pair of 6 x 3 metre eazy up type gazebos. These are seriously heavy duty & made in the UK by Gala Tent - the dogs doodahs when it comes to this type of thing. They are Pro Shade 50s with white canopies and white walls. They were purchased for a one off event in August and now they have to go. Just to put things into perspective the pair of them cost £1800 - these are not £100 jobbies from the garden centre!

Everything is sold as seen

Ideally purchases are cleared on the day (except maybe the monumentally sized work bench which may have to be one of the last things to go) It may be possible to come back in the following week to collect that unexpected purchase that won't go in the car ;o) Just so long as it is paid for in advance!

I will not entertain sending anything to anyone be it by post, courier or pigeon. YOU take it away!

You WILL be required to mask up

I will lay on tea and coffee!
Contact:
Dudley Simons
UK
07980 188438
email

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