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Tue January 8, 2013
Flint's Zamboni and professional sized hockey net up for sale in online auction
You know you've always wanted a Zamboni.
Now's your chance (just got to find a place in the garage for it).
The cash-strapped city of Flint is selling surplus equipment in an online auction on January 15.
Such an auction is a first for the city, according to the Associated Press.
In addition to the hockey gear, you can pick up sections of chain-link fence, a Chevy S10, a tractor, and a Hobart mixer.
You can check out the 216 items up for sale on Orbitbid.com, the company conducting the auction.
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