Clean-up Auction Sale Goes Tomorrow

FTLComm - Tisdale - Tuesday, August 28, 2001

Time for the second sale at the new location as Schapansky Auctions hold their "Clean-up" sale tomorrow. Bruce said the yard really worked well for the sale in early August with loads of parking and a positive atmosphere for the customer.

I asked him about this collection of Kubota small tractors. He explained that an Edmonton importer had brought a huge number in from Japan. The larger ones sell new for more than $25,000 and often sell used for more than $10,000 so he figured that some people will be able to pick up a bargain on these tomorrow. Most

are four wheel drive and would be excellent in large gardens.

The massive row is full of house hold items, from clocks to crockery, small appliances to humidifiers, a good collection of a wide range of products.

This part of the sale begins at 10:00 while the goods in the building will not go on the block until 5:00.

Inside the new building is a huge collection of household appliances and furniture. Televisions, washers and driers, electric stoves, sofas and tables and chairs.

Though this is a clean-up sale with the emphasis on household items the sale also has some good agricultural equipment up for sale including a swather, harrow system and some cars.

Bruce Schapansky is proud of the new facility and is confident that there will be a good sized crowd on hand tomorrow to pick up some excellent bargains.

Schapansky's auction is located just East of Tisdale on highway 3.