Went to the swap meet and it never ceases to amaze me how people pile stuff in boxes with no indication of it's origin and expect to sell it. Then there are the guys who have tools with prices higher than the retail stores sell them for. Granted, you can find a lot of little tools for decent prices, but a lot of it can be ordered off the net cheaper. I was looking for a couple of carbs to use on a dummy 2x4 setup. Didn't care if they worked as long as they looked similar and reasonably clean. Found one for $25 that was pretty decent. Found the same Holly at another vendor who wanted $50. Told him I just bought one for $25, so he dropped his price. The thing that got me was the number of vendors who had tables full of blackened carbs that looked like that had all been imprisioned in a dungeon for years and they wanted $150/$250 for them. At the very least they were going to need a rebuild and probably more. I did manage to get some small rat tail files,some Cobalt air tool cutters, and a coil of brake tubing and a residual valve. My point is that it seems when I attend swap meets any more, just about everything I buy seems to be from vendors of new things, not from the guys who hauled all their treasures/junk to the meet. I can get these same items on line, and often cheaper. I'm beginning to think that paying $10 to park a half mile away, and another $10 to get in, and then walking till I can't walk any more may not be worthwhile. My legs don't get tired at all on the internet.