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Toy outboard motor revved to $110 at Durocher
By Karin Milliman OKEMOS, Mich. — While online auctions reach a wide audience, you don’t get the same experience as sitting in the audience. For example, I recently attended an auction conducted by Art Durocher. He was taking bids on a modern Coors Light Beer sign. The second it was put up for bids, a chuckle crossed around the room as you could hear the wives whispering to their husbands, “No. Don’t you dare bid on that. You don’t need it.”