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  • Sports equipment is a general term for any object used for sport or exercise.
  • equipment needed to participate in a particular sport
  • Words Covered: bat, ball, helmet, baseball cap, glove, skies, skateboard, baseball, racket, shin guard, net, knee pads
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  • (auction) a variety of bridge in which tricks made in excess of the contract are scored toward game; now generally superseded by contract bridge
  • A public sale in which goods or property are sold to the highest bidder
  • The action or process of selling something in this way
  • (auction) sell at an auction
  • (auction) the public sale of something to the highest bidder
  • The part of the play in which players bid to decide the contract in which the hand shall be played
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Wii Grand Slam Sports Pack - White
Wii Grand Slam Sports Pack - White
The Grand Slam Sports Pack for Nintendo Wii. This is the ultimate players package for the multi imensional sports lover. It comes equipped with a tennis racket, baseball bat, golf club and steering wheel, clear remote cover, Wrist Strap. Located at the base/handle of each of these is a compartment that is designed for the Wii remote control with or with out The Motion Plus Adapter to fit right into. With the remote snuggly secured, you can freely hack, drive and steer away while getting the authentic feel of actually being in the game. The lightweight material assures that equipment isn't a heavy burden on your arms so that you may enjoy a lengthier playing time without tiring as quickly. With this sports package, you won't even know that you are in front of a screen, but in the game itself.

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1934 Mercedes-Benz 500 K Spezial-Roadster
1934 Mercedes-Benz 500 K Spezial-Roadster
The Mercedes 500K is a sports car built by Mercedes-Benz between 1934 and 1936, and first exhibited at the 1934 Berlin Motor Show.[1] It carried the factory designation W29.[2] Distinguished from the 500 sedan by the "K" in its name which denoted the kompressor (supercharger) only fitted to the sports cars, it succeeded the Mercedes-Benz 380 which had been introduced only the previous year, using a larger, more powerful engine and more opulent coachwork to meet customers' demands for greater luxury and performance.[3][4] The 500K used the same independent suspension setup as had been introduced on the 380, with a double wishbone front axle, double-joint swing axle at the rear, and separate wheel location, coil springs and damping, a world first.[1][3] Consequently it was a more comfortable and better handling car than Mercedes' previous S/SS/SSK generation of roadsters from the 1920s, and offered greater appeal to buyers, particularly the growing number of well-heeled female drivers of the time.[1] Pressing the throttle pedal fully engaged the Roots supercharger,[1] inducing the five litre straight eight engine to produce up to 160 horsepower (120 kW) and making the car capable of over 160 kilometres per hour (100 mph), while consuming fuel at the rate of up to 30 l/100 km (9.4 mpg-imp; 7.8 mpg-US) as it did so.[1][4] Three different chassis and eight bodies were available for customers;[1][4] the two longer "B" and "C" four seat cabriolet versions rode on a wheelbase of 3,290 mm (129.5 in), and would later be used on other sedan and touring car models.[1] The short "A" chassis, with a 2,980 mm (117.3 in) wheelbase, underpinned the two-seater models: the Motorway Courier, and the 1936 Special Roadster which offered the highest performance.[1][5] All models featured such advanced equipment as safety glass, hydraulic brakes, and a 12-volt electrical system sufficient to bear the load of the electric windscreen wipers, door locks, and indicators.[4] 342 500Ks were built during its two years in production, including 29 Special Roadsters, before being replaced by the even more powerful 540K in 1936.[1] Today, they remain highly prized for their heritage and scarcity; when the car collection of Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone was auctioned in October 2007 it included five pre-war Mercedes, and his 500K Special Cabriolet fetched almost ?700,000 (US$1.45 million).[6] (Wikipedia) - - - Der Mercedes-Benz 500 K wurde als Nachfolger der Typen SS/SSK im Februar 1934 auf der Berliner Automobilausstellung vorgestellt. Er tragt die interne Baumusterbezeichnung W29. Die Wagen waren mit drei verschiedenen Fahrgestellen erhaltlich: Das Normal-Fahrgestell hat einen Radstand von 3290 mm, genauso wie das Fahrgestell mit zuruckversetztem Motor, bei dem die Antriebseinheit und der Kuhler um 185 mm nach hinten versetzt sind. Die Platzverhaltnisse des letzteren Fahrgestells entsprechen wiederum denen des Fahrgestells mit kurzem Radstand von 2980 mm. Auf dem Normal-Fahrgestell wurden vierturige Limousinen, zweiturige Tourenwagen und die Cabriolets B und C angeboten, wahrend Cabriolet A, Roadster 2+2, Coupe, Spezial-Roadster und Autobahnkurier das Fahrgestell mit zuruckversetztem Motor nutzten. Auf dem kurzen Fahrgestell gab es den Sport-Roadster und das Sport-Coupe. Alle Wagen sind mit einem Achtzylinder-OHV-Reihenmotor mit 5018 cm? Hubraum und zuschaltbarem Roots-Geblase ausgestattet. Die Antriebseinheit liefert 74 kW (100 PS) im Saugbetrieb und 118 kW (160 PS) mit Kompressor. Teilsynchronisierte Vier- oder Funfganggetriebe leiten die Kraft an die Hinterrader weiter, die an einer schraubengefederten Pendelachse hangen. Auch die Vorderachse hat Schraubenfedern. Alle vier Rader haben hydraulische Bremsen mit Saugluftunterstutzung. Die Wagen erreichen eine Hochstgeschwindigkeit von 160 km/h. (Wikipedia)
1931 Austin Seven Type EA Sports
1931 Austin Seven Type EA Sports
Sold recently by H&H Auctions for ?24,200 You just cannot beat the real thing Arguably ranking alongside the Bentley 3-litre and Vauxhall 30/98 as one of the all time great Vintage sportscars, the Austin Seven EA Sports was introduced in February 1930. Soon nicknamed the Ulster on account of its resemblance to the Works racers which had achieved such success on the Ards TT, the model featured a doorless boat-tailed two-seater aluminium body, 'dropped' front axle (complete with bound transverse-leaf front spring), close-ratio gearbox and side-mounted exhaust system. Specially tuned, its 747cc four-cylinder engine developed over fifty percent more power than standard. As rare as they are desirable, just 168 EA Sports are thought to have been made before production ceased in 1932 A genuine EA Sports as confirmed by its listing in the surviving Austin factory ledgers at Gaydon, this particular example was supplied new by the Alvis agent and sometime Brooklands racer, Frank Hallam of Birmingham. Road registered as `OV 9' on 13th April 1931, the Seven's early history is otherwise unclear (though, a surviving black and white photograph suggests that it might have spent time in the Cheddar Gorge area). Post World War Two, the Ulster is known to have passed through the hands of Surrey residents Derek Tate (1947), John Bailey (1953) and Arthur Lamb of Lamb's Garage, Hindhead (1955). Restored by Graham Smith up in the Lake District during the late 1960s, the Austin was subsequently owned by Vintage Sports Car Club members Graham Beckett and Andrew Harding. The latter commissioned Tim Myall of Pigsty Engineering to assemble the car's current engine. Thought to be the Ulster's second replacement powerplant its specification reportedly includes: "a Phoenix crankshaft, high-lift / `fast road' camshaft, aluminium finned deep sump, uprated oil pump, high compression cylinder head (post 1937 type), semi-downdraught SU carburettor, oversize inlet valves and Renault conrods and pistons (with shell bearings)". Finished in green with brown upholstery, `OV 9' is described by the vendor as being in "good" condition with regard to its engine, gearbox, electrical equipment, interior trim and bodywork. While, he rates the paintwork as "good" too except for some microblistering to the bonnet. The two-seater is understood to retain its original chassis, chassis / commission plates, bonnet, dashboard, windscreen frame and body tub (albeit that the latter has had some new metal let in to the floor area etc). The three-speed close-ratio gearbox is to Ulster specification and the 4.9:1 `banjo' rear axle was apparently an option for the model. The touring wings and running boards are correct-style replacements as is the exhaust system. Genuine Ulsters are a rare sight on the open market and it is hoped but not guaranteed that this one will possess a fresh MOT certificate by the time of sale (weather permitting). Text from the H&H Auctions page.

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Buying & Selling Music, Instruments, and Music Collectibles on eBay (Buying & Selling on Ebay)
If you're a music lover, you may be surprised at the incredible wealth of treasures eBay offers-right at your fingertips. "Buying & Selling Music, Instruments, and Music Collectibles on eBay" is the guide you need for conducting in-depth research, finding exactly what you're searching for online, and making intelligent bids. Avoid bad buys with insider tips on savvy bidding strategies. Are you interested in selling an instrument on eBay? Find out how you can set up shop as you get advice for taking and posting photos, writing catchy descriptions, and setting your starting price. Whether you're searching for that hard-to-find vinyl album or looking for the highest offer on your old guitar, "Buying & Selling Music, Instruments, and Music Collectibles on eBay" gives you the skills you need to meet your goals quickly and hassle-free.

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