A lot of big-ticket items have been auctioned off at auctions around the country this year, but it’s hard to pick out the one that stands out as the most exciting auction that took place in New York City this weekend.
It was an auction in which almost all the items were made by hand.
It was the biggest big-iron auction in the country.
The auction took place at a former factory in the Hudson River city of Queens, where it’s not uncommon for big-box retailers to use their own factories.
The warehouse used for the auction was a former auto body factory, and it was home to some of the biggest names in the auto industry.
The company behind the auction is the Hudson Valley Ironworks, which made a lot of the items for the World Series, which was held there this past June.
The big-steel company has made a big comeback in recent years, with the sale of luxury luxury items such as the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GLS and the McLaren MP4-12C.
The large amount of luxury items that went up for sale included the new Porsche Cayenne sports car and the Audi S3.
But it’s the large, hand-made big- iron items that are often the most sought-after.
For many, they are a way of saying thank you for everything the giant manufacturer has done for the industry.
And the auctions are designed to highlight the value of the goods in the auction.
The items range from vintage pieces that were made in the old factory to the latest products made by the makers of a number of the companies that are part of the big-business conglomerate that is General Motors.
“We have the highest-quality materials, and we can’t have it not be there,” said Mark Pacheco, a longtime collector of big iron.
Pacheco said that the auction went very well, and he hopes the items will go for a lot more than the $2 million they were auctioned for.
“There are some that I really want, and there are some I want to get back,” he said.
“I’m just hoping we can sell a few of them.”
Pachecom said that it’s important to note that the company doesn’t make every piece of steel in the United States.
For instance, a lot will be made in Japan.
Pachecom is hoping that the pieces he’s collecting will eventually be made at a factory that does.
“It’s not easy to get the steel, so we want to make sure that they have a quality product,” he told the Daily News.
“It’s a good way to pay homage to the industry.”
For many in the industry, it was a chance to honor the big men who made the big metal.
For years, a number were brought to the United State by American steel workers to use in the factories they worked in.
The American steel industry has a long history in New Jersey, where they were made at the same factories where the giant steel company was located.
A lot is made in America, but not all is made at home, and that’s where the big names in New England come from.
Pachioco said he and his wife, Kathy, decided to bring their big-magnets to the U.S. to show their appreciation.
Pachiocom said he plans to go back and look for more items at the auction house in the future.
He said that he’ll also be keeping an eye out for some of his old big-metal items.
He said he’ll take a look for other items from the old era.
“When I was a kid, we had a lot, and I still have a lot,” Pachino said.