Got a chance to pick up a few new to me tools for the garage yesterday. Ive been avoiding Estates sales because they all follow the same pattern, 1 or 2 good items buried in a lot of items that arent even worth hauling to the dumpster. The people running the sale want you to clean up their trash for them, with the added expense/time of cleaning their mess you arent getting a deal anymore. Friday a friend talked me into attending an Estate sale out in the country, normally these type sales are good for tractors, backhoes, farming and construction equipt. items I like to turn for resale since they flip quick and bring a good profit. Unfortunately this sale was at a non operating farm that hadnt been worked since the fifties. But the real surprise was the barn had been turned into a full machine shop, and only 4 other bidders showed up, none of them were interested in metal and wood working machines so I bought almost everything for dirt cheap, a couple items I didnt bother with since it was equipt. I already have at home. I purchased a Lincoln Plasma cutter, a 10'x6' cutting table, 7' floor drill press, 6' bed metal lathe, 6' bed wood lathe, milling machine, full CNC machine still in the crate with the operating computer, Monitor, and programs still packaged from the factory, 2 floor model band saws, 1 wood, 1 BiMetal, and an assortment of metal and wood handling hoists, rollers, and carry carts. I finally filled my garage up with so many tools I might have to build a new shop to have a place to work on projects. All for less than $2000.