Tampa Machinery Auction of Florida usually has good pics, detailed descriptions, and video/sound of the engines start & run. I also went to several other auctions within driving distance to inspect each before being outbid. (I saw non-running 40 footers close as low as $600) Eventually bought 'Freedy D' when there were about 20 available, but only a handful of interested bidders. Thanks, Covid! ��
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