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Thread: Supertec Inventory on the Auction Block...

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    Thumbs up Supertec Inventory on the Auction Block...

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    This looks interesting…
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    What did I miss? Why is Henry selling off the parts?
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    Many many years ago He bought All of the parts of the Notorious Engine builder in California......At Auction..... He has a separate business... Its called Vintage parts... or something like that...
    Last time I was in Fallbrook... He took me over to the Parts warehouse.... and he wanted to sell all of it back then... I believe Rod Emory's uncle runs the parts business for him. If I recall.
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    Senior Member VintageExcellen's Avatar
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    Old Motor Meister inventory. Ken Emory used to run the parts business but not for a while now. All this stuff has been for sale for a while. I think he’s had trouble keeping someone there to sell it all. I dug through it all when he got it. Retailing this stuff is difficult - especially without a big web presence. But knowing BAT someone will bid this to $250,000. The comments are hilarious, obviously people who have never been around hoards of parts. I love the suggestions where they say PCA should buy it or Porsche should buy it all.

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