Won an online auction. Easily a $50 item for $2.

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  1. twinrider1

    twinrider1 Member

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    It's a new Walker direct-fit muffler assembly for a '00-'06 Tundra.

    The thing is, I don't own a Tundra. What was I thinking. I dunno. I had just found the site; it's a local place that auctions off returned/damaged items from various vendors. I bid, really just to get a feel for how it works, and figuring someone would outbid me.
    Nope. So today I have to go pick it up. I guess I'll throw it on Craigslist.
    I'm not a hoarder....really.

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  2. Drumnbum

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    So. It. Begins.

    You'll be on TLC in less than a year

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  3. claudel

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    A friend of mine has spent probably thousands of dollars over the years on storage for old French car parts...

    Citroen and Panhard...


    He's definitely gone mental over it.
     
  4. swa

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    Dam,
    I needed one of those but had my garage source one not more than two months ago. I don't want to look up what I paid for it.
     

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