What???? Paul Hubbman getting rid of some old tools? Wow, never thought I would here these words spoken.
I understand though, sometimes when it comes to letting the Mrs be happy, or keeping the old stuff, it's a hard decision. I highly recommend Yahoo. It worked well for my ex-wife, she found her new boyfriend online and moved to Arizona to be with him, and 10 days later I found Patty on there. I am sure Yvette will find someone soon
All kidding aside, I think we all face dealing with selling off tools at some point. Myself I have been wrestling with selling my aircraft carrier. I have yet to rebuild it and it is used more for a bench then its intended purpose. About the only reason I keep it is because we have a sawmill. A machine of that capacity, coupled with a big planer, could make some nice lumber, and with taxes what they are, getting 2000 feet of planed lumber and selling it maybe something I do in the future
Having multiple tools is another hard area to look at. I got two bandsaws which is another waste of space and machines. My Dad really needs a bandsaw and I should give him my small one and keep my Gilliom, but I like them both. Same thing with my drill presses...do I really need three, two of which I never use?
Fortunately I have it a bit easier then you. I have a detached shop that I call "The Man Shack." The Mrs never treads out there, nor many woman for that matter, and I like it that way. That keeps those strange looks at bay.
I have no intention of traveling from birth to the grave in a manicured and well preserved body; but rather I will skid in sideways, totally beat up, completely worn out, utterly exhausted and jump off my tractor and loudly yell, "Wow, this is what it took to feed a nation!"