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Estate Auction - Estate Of Anthony Zeppetelli Jr. - Varden Bros. Roofing Co. Inc. Quality Trucks, Roofing Contractors Equipment & Contractors Tools 80 Third Ave., Albany, NY Sunday, September 15, 2019 • 11:00AM Quality Toyota & Chevy Trucks, Toyota Avalon Car, Roofing Contractor Equipment, Sheet Metal Brakes, Materials All Kinds Of Contractor Tools & Antiques Including: ’14 Toyota Tundra Dbl. Cab w/ 8’ Box, 46K Mi.; ’08 Chevy 2500 & ’05 Chevy 3500 Service Trucks; ’12 Toyota Avalon 4DSN; Breast Cancer Awareness ’03 Suzuki VZ8 Motorcyle; Alum. Scaffold, Ladders, Scaffold Plank & Roofing Equip.: Alum. Pump Jack Pole Scaffold System; (5) Asst. Alum. Scaffold Planks / Pics 20’-30’; Group Of Metal Scaffold; Fancy Gas Powered Shingle Winch / Lift; Alum. Ladder w/ Man. Shingle Elevator; Etc.; Sheet Metal Equipment; Quality Contractors Tools Of All Types; Truck Accessories; Slate Roofing: Antique Items; Terms of Auction: Payment In Full Day of Auction; 15.5% Buyers Premium Charged For Credit Card / Debit Card Payments, 3% Discount For Payments Made By Cash Or Good Check; Nothing Removed Until Settled For; NYS Sales Tax Applies; More Info On Our Websites @ Or; Live Online Interactive Bidding Available Through; Auction Conducted By: Mel Manasse & Son Whitney Point, NY (607) 692-4540 or 1-800-MANASSE Alex Lyon & Son Bridgeport, NY (315) 633-2944

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