Mandy did well with her EBay uploads to auction with I think 5 out of 8 handbags sold although only 1 got a good price the rest can't have been serious competitors against each other but then I am not when bidding on films if not I bargain they have to be mouth watering to be of interest. There were a few of the rare booklet publications sold which has bolstered the funds, come to think of it we could have stayed at home, laid in bed, pottered down at 10am got a load on EBay sold a lot and sat back rather than going to Gaydon. This is our last attempt at Truck lorry events as far as selling, in future I'll just go as a punter although at £15 a day Gaydon seemed very steep for what was on show, the car museum is always changing its displays and really warrants a look around. I've got some stills from this morning so you'll get a flavour of content and age profile, a lot of them were poorly parked for photography although people getting in the way were hardly a problem there were so few there. Only thing now is what to do with the truck DVD sales stock we have put together, probably advertise a sale in the next classic commercial and vintage vetran or whatever its called, come to think of which they were opposite us almost and never even spoke which sums the magazine types up quite well Ian Allan were like that.
As related last night the big project this week is my central southern regional bus archive and best ever Reading Buses and Trolleys.