Main Auction 

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A few of the faces–and objects–spending their Saturday at the Main Auction.
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Byron Healy auctions off a bird nest basket sculpture thing for $2.00. He auctioneers every Saturday from 10 a.m. well past midnight.
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Dennis Robinson bought this blacksmith tool on a recent Saturday because he's pretty sure he has a handle that might fit it.
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The Main Auction attracts from 1,000 to 1,200 bidders every Saturday.
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John Greene just bid on and won a Ford Bronco for $1,500. He bids at the Main Auction to feel an adrenaline rush similar to what he felt in the military.
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Lurinda Greene watches her husband John (right) closely to make sure he doesn't bid on too much. He's maxed out two credit cards already.
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The Main Auction goes late into the night on Saturdays, sometimes even to 3 a.m. The crowd doesn't subside much.
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The Main Auction has been around for 76 years. Eventually, owner David Wesely Junior hopes to hand it down to his son, who's 11 years old right now.
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