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Re: [Shop-talk] Ever sell off all your tools?

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Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] Ever sell off all your tools?
From: Lee Hart <LeeHart@LeeHart.Com>
Date: Sun, 23 Aug 2015 00:43:37 +0000
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I bought a set of tools that way. They were mostly Snap-on tools in a pair of
Snap-on chests, bought for roughly the price of a new set of chests. The
former owner owned an auto repair shop and had not spun a wrench in a long
time.  He moved into a townhouse half the size of his house that I was buying.
He did regret the sale.


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From: Jim Franklin <>
Date: 8/22/2015 16:34 (GMT-08:00)
Subject: [Shop-talk] Ever sell off all your tools?

I turned 50 this year, and realized the past 25 years were one long fix-it
session. While I made a living at it, and saved some $ DIYing, I'm
contemplating moving into a condo in the city and just writing that monthly
HOA check.

I'm curious if any of you have considered this, and what the outcome was.
of the tools are sentimental, or (with the exception of the Festo circular
saw) high end.

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