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Wanna buy a secondhand ski lift?

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"One careful lady owner" is not a phrase you'll see on the wonderfully-named www.resortboneyard.com. but you'll find a good selection of ski lifts from makers I've never heard of: "Borvig", "Dopp", "Hall", "Mitey Mite", "Riblet" and (last but not least) "Schippers".
Nice to see Mueller listed - they built the original sideways-facing Cairngorm chairlift in 1961. A nice Swiss product, recently dismantled for the new funicular.

So that's the used American chairlift market sorted, but where would you buy a nice old Austrian cablecar?
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