Sunday 7/27/14, 11am to 4pm
3 tractor trailers of marine hardware for sale! Cash (or credit card) on the bollard -- this is not an auction!
Great deco items for home, loft, restaurant. Get your souvenir red hooks here! 4-foot tall turnbuckles! Shackles of all sizes up to multi-ton lift capacity! Blocks (pulleys), weld-on cleats, pad eyes, wire clips, 4 large bollards. Tension testing machine. Vintage scale and wire rope measuring device. Barrels of chain. 1,400 Unislings for bagged cargo, 90 Portabulk bags. Jet Portable folding hydraulic 2-ton hoist. (3) jet 1-ton trolley, (1) each of Jet 1/2-ton hoist w/20 ft, Jet 2-ton pallet puller, Jet 2-ton trolley, and more! EVERYTHING MUST GO!
Riggers, this is real working hardware of industrial scale.
New items added!
WWII Armory gun rack
Viking 10-person liferaft (distinctive kiddy pool!)
Antique Potbelly stove
Large wood crate
2-wheel welder’s trolley
vintage hand truck for moving barrels
modern Wheel barrow
Elliptical hatch frame with bolts (industrial photo frame)
- HUGE steel shelves
- steel crane basket
- Large wood bin-shelf system painted grey
Sale Location: Pier 11 loading dock, south end, Atlantic Basin, Red Hook, Brooklyn
Vehicles enter at Bowne & Imlay (follow signs for Brooklyn Cruise Terminal entrance). Pedestrians and bikes can also enter from the south at a pedestrian gate at the corner of Pioneer & Conover Streets.
Funds raised help PortSide continue our mission to bring life to the BLUEspace of NYC's WATERfront and our hurricane Sandy recovery. As of last count, our Sandy damages run about $300,000. We protected the MARY A. WHALEN, with our offices aboard, from the storm; but Sandy got to everything off the ship on the pier. Many historic items were damaged. Some things floated away forever. We suffer strong indirect Sandy effects. Sandy stalled the urgent search for a home we declared in 2012, since all waterfront sites with which we were negotiating were damaged and dropped negotiations for a while or for good; and we have been unable to earn money with the ship where is it now for about three years.