Christmas has snuck up on me! I usually look forward to my “week off” from having a large list of estate sales and auctions and I didn’t even realize it would be this week. It’s a nice surprise because I’m snowed under with stuff to do. Many of my ads for the January 12-13 Antique Alley Arkansas Antique Show are due by this Friday and I haven’t even started designing them. It’ll be nice to have them out of the way, though! Despite being overwhelmed with work to do, I’m having lots of fun with the boys. Last week we were invited to the Maumelle Fire Department’s Christmas party and Santa made an appearance. Joshua couldn’t care less who holds him, so I got a good photo of him with Santa. Little Caleb was suspicious of Santa because he looked like the man who sat with us during dinner (that kid is way too observant!), so he wouldn’t even stand with him for a photo. Then again, Little Caleb doesn’t like me taking his photo these days. He makes a game of dodging me. We had fun decorating a gingerbread house today. I’m glad I got a photo right after we completed it because he almost immediately started picking the candies off it. I would expect no less from my son, though. 🙂 And then there’s Merry Ho-Ho, the Elf on a Shelf named by Little Caleb, who keeps forgetting to sit somewhere different when he comes back from the North Pole every night. He’s been hanging from a light fixture for two days. Normally Big Caleb is the one who assists him, but being as Big Caleb has fallen asleep at his desk, I may have to help Merry Ho-Ho find a different place to hang out for tomorrow. Christmas has already been fun and it’s not even here yet!
I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas! I couldn’t find any estate sales and only found one auction for this weekend. I’m sure next weekend some of the sales will start back up again. Here’s the auction I know about:
Saugey’s Pinnacle Auction
Saturday, December 22
4621 Asher Ave.
Little Rock, Arkansas 72204
This LIVE ONLY auction offers an assortment of different wood working, mechanics tools, vintage tire shop equipment, sandblasting equipment and general workshop equipment such as Grizzly Polar Bear Series G1035P Shaper, Grizzly G1014ZX Belt/Disc Sander, Grizzly Extreme Series Band saw # G0513X2BF, Grizzly G 7948 18″ Open end Drum Sander, Grizzly G7948 12 speed heavy duty 20″ floor drill press, Rikon model 34-260 Mortiser, Sears 1974 Band Saw/sander, Shopsmith wood worker machine, Delta-Rockwell Radial arm saw, Clemco 220 lb Sandblast pressure pot, hoses & dead man shut off, Clemco sandblasting water injector unit, smaller sandblasters, flow over furniture stripping vat & pump, 3 phase vintage air compressors, electric cement mixer, work tables & cabinets, large “A” frame, work stands, scrap iron, Hyster propane forklift, hand tools, Camp Chef dual burner propane cook station, The King’s Kooker 50,000 BTU new gas burner w/ starter, Lodge Dutch oven cooking table, Lodge #12 Dutch oven w/ stand, Favorite Piquaware waffle iron, White Gate Oak wood working bench, White 6.5hp rear tine tiller, Mantis 2 cycle tiller, power generators, yard tools, small anvils, 1955 Chevy Apache p/u original bench seat, radiator, battery box, horn, new tank sending unit & treated gas tank, new Chevy short block w/ heads, lot of glass table tops & misc. glass and more!
Vintage Tire Shop equipment includes a Wayne 3 phase air compressor, other 5hp 3 ph. large compressor, smaller 3ph compressor, Schenck Dynamic Wheel Balancer #RHJ1149, Bean 8931 series tire machine, Starr XDL disc brake lathe, Carolina Shop Hand 5000 engine hoist, Ammco Safe-Turn model 3000 brake drum lathe machine # 5982, Ammco Safe-Arc model 2000 brake shoe grinder, Allen model 2729 engine analyzer, FMC Visualiner diagnostic machine, FMC Wheel Aligner SB8, vintage pneumatic grease gun, 4 vintage pneumatic end lifts, Starr floor standing #38 Rivet press, 5 industrial shop fans, Delta-Rockwell model 28-390 metal cutting band saw, vintage Craftsman belt sander stand (no motor), Allen 16-110 engine analyzer, Buffalo floor standing drill press, United-Delco tune up cabinet, heavy pipe work table, tire display racks, V-8 engine & transmission, Dometic generator, Rock-Ola soda machine, Pirelli yellow plastic tire display stands, and literally TONS of scrap iron, 2 pcs. of 30′ 4″ angle iron, merchandisers & shelf units, railroad rail section and more! All items have been sitting for years! Last used in the 90’s. Some still bolted to the floor.
Vehicles include a 2000 Range Rover Discovery, 1970 Cadillac Calais 2 door hard top (project), 1976 Chevy box truck (project), 1976 Executive Diplomat II Motor home w/ 440 Dodge motor – not used in 8 years, Fisher Hawk fishing boat w/ 40hp Mercury – motor weak, flat bottom boat w/ all accessories in good condition, Honda CB 650 (complete for parts).
More items and photos will be added as the date gets closer!
Terms: we accept cash, check w/ proper I.D., credit & debit cards. A 4% CC Fee will be charged. No sales tax or Buyer’s Premium. Saugey’s Pinnacle Auction website with photos