Marcus Lush and Jon MacDonald discussed these items on Tuesday, 16th October 2012. You can listen here
One from the back of the WTF cabinet, this ‘Vintage Taxidermy Frog Coin Purse’ looks as weird as it sounds, but could definitely be cool for some. Bids are currently just over $100, with – unsurprisingly – heaps of Q&A activity.
Pretty amazing 1900’s traction engine, restored to pristine condition.
A random but rare find, an enthused fan caught this Red Hot Chilli Peppers guitar pick at a 1995 concert whilst in the mosh pit (where else?)
Take 5 trainspotter mates behind the scenes with Barry, the brains behind Driving Creek Railway in the Coromandel. A great package including return ferry, rental car, Driving Creek Railway train tour, accommodation and more.
A chance to ‘push the big red button’ to kick off a 25-minute fireworks display at the Taupaki School Monster Fireworks event. Includes 14,000 chanting your name before the button is pressed.
A signed Rolling Stones electric guitar is on sale with bidding currently just over $5,000. Autographed by each member of the band with the proceeds going toward ‘The Concert’, a Christchurch event in November where rather than buying tickets, you donate 4+ hours of your time as a volunteer in the community for access
Pat a cheetah at Wellington Zoo