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We are working on a sale for you!  Lots of Tools!  Check back towards the end of October for details!

We have a 2010 Ranger Boat for sale...check the pictures below and call for details! 


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2010 Ranger 1860VS Angler Boat and Matching Trailer

Mercury 175 HP Engine

Mercury Pro Kicker 9.9 Engine

Minn Kota Vantage rear mount Trolling Motor

Minn Kota Fortrex front mounted Trolling Motor

Humminbird 998c GPS Fishing System

ALL the Bells and Whistles!!

$33,500 

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Some good hints, from several sources, on Estate Sale Etiquette

Estate Sale Etiquette

Generally everyone knows what this is because it was taught to them as children.

You should respect others in line and treat them as you would expect to be treated.

Hold your place in line with your presence and do not cut in line.

Do not rush the door when the sale opens.

Do not block others from entering...

Everyone has just as much right to be there as you, whether they are making a living at it or just enjoying a day out.

If someone picks an item up, do not grab at it.

Do not hoard items you do not intend to buy.

Hoarding Items:

This is the practice of gathering a bunch of items in a pile and taking your time looking and making a decision on whether to buy or not. We do not allow this type of practice and require you to buy what you pile. Hording effectively removes the items from the sale during a time when the sale might have the most potential buyers. This is not fair to the estate sale company or others attending the sale.

Purchasing Large or bulky items:

If you find a large item you would like to purchase, simply remove the 3x5 tag from it and continue shopping. When you are ready to check out, give the tag to the cashier. When a tag is removed from a large item such as a piece of furniture, it is a promise to purchase and indicates to other buyers that the item has already been sold.

Piling up purchases:

If you find that you have accumulated a load of items and can't carry any more but aren't through shopping, take the items you have to the designated hold area and leave the items in reserve while you continue to shop. We can't guarantee to keep an eye on your items because they we are very busy and occasionally someone will pick items from your pile not realizing they are already being sold to someone else. If this happens, don't show anger towards the estate sale agents, they are busy and harried and can't watch your reserved items every second, but we do provide you with a hold area that is well signed. Once you have paid for your item, you are responsible for it's removal by the end of the sale.

Crowd Etiquette:

Sometimes a house can become very crowded with buyers during an estate sale. Try to be polite and say, "Excuse me" when someone is blocking the path out of a room, etc. And try to be aware of where you are in the house and avoid blocking entrance to a room. Don't stand in the hallway or some path talking to someone, there may be people who can't get around you. The time to socialize at an estate sale is before the sale starts or after you've left the house. It is in your own best interest to be on friendly terms with other buyers.

First Come, First Served:

A line forms at the front door (usually) and everyone keeps their own place in line. Yes, some people will walk around and talk once they have established a place in line and this is generally accepted. But, leaving the property usually means you have abandoned your place in line and will have to go to the end of the line if you return. Many an argument has started over this situation. When you get in line remember you are responsible for knowing who you are behind and even how many are in front of you.

Parking

Drive safely, be courteous of the neighbors lawns, etc., don't park in others drives or block them. Remember that Mountain Home has an Ordinance that requires you to park on the same side of the street as the sale, and this is a good habit, even in other towns, as there needs to be access for Emergency Vehicles to get down the road...And, we don't want them passing more ordinances!

Ok...now let the fun of buying begin!

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See you soon!