Just in time for your summer thunderstorm-aftermath clearing!
On Monday, the town of Hanover is putting surplus equipment up for online bidding. They're auctioning off a Husqvarna 268 chain saw, a Husqvarna 61, a Husqvarna 36, a 1972 Kellogg American shop compressor, and a Toro gang mower with sharpening equipment and -- this is important -- spare tires.
The town won't list these until Monday, when you can visit the Public Works page on the Town of Hanover website to see them. Each listed item will link to its listing on Municibid, an online government auction site baed in Philadelphia that sells used municipal/school/utility equipment from all over the country. Municibid will take 8 percent on top of the final bid price. You'll need to set up a free account there in order to get your dibs in.
But hey, if you can't wait: Go check out the Municibid site right now! You could get yourself everything from a 1989 Ford F-800 fire-rescue truck (current bid $4,100--a steal!) to a piece of property in Sugar Notch, PA (no bids yet, $10K minimum), to some old double-head parking meters that Waltham, MA doesn't want any more.