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    Neil Young auctioning off some of his collection

    Model trains, guitars, and cars:

    http://www.billboard.com/articles/ne...s-guitars-cars

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    I would like one Neil Young Martin D45 guitar please, preferably made before 1969...

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    I'd love to have that hearse. Imagine rolling up to a gig in that!
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    NY owns Hank Williams' Martin guitar, he plays it all the time. i'd bet he's keeping that one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mavuser View Post
    NY owns Hank Williams' Martin guitar, he plays it all the time. i'd bet he's keeping that one!
    NY, such a crafty guy. I wonder what else he has just that he's not letting go of.

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    That auction site was awash with popups and annoying stuff. I had to shut it down before I could read anything.
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    yeah i just read the list and as far as guitars and amps go, hes keeping all of his legendary stuff. purchasing Neil Young's left-handed guitar, for me, is not so different than purchasing his lawn mower...unless, you are a lefty...

    the Hank, Blackie, 50s Fender tweeds....not a chance

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    Quote Originally Posted by idealassets View Post
    NY, such a crafty guy. I wonder what else he has just that he's not letting go of.
    Let's not forget a lot of this cash'll go to a good cause, the Bridge School.
    Wouldn't surprise me if he's holding stuff out for future release and hoping its value'll appreciate in the interim as well.
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