My husband & I don't get to visit our local Sunday markets very often. When I suggest it, Mr P is usually a little reluctant. The majority of the market is cheap imported tat, but there are some vintage sellers & you can sometimes find a treasure among the trash. My hubby plays the bass, & he currently has 3 on rotation. He bought a vintage Japanese made 'Riviera' bass from one of the sellers for $30, not knowing if it would work. He was pretty excited when he plugged it into his amp to find it does work. It's pretty cool if I do say so myself. Since it's been re-stringed it sounds pretty sweet too.
I found a vintage wot-not shelfy doo-dad thingo. Not sure what you call it, so I'm sticking with that. It really is a doozer of a doo-dad, each little shelf can be positioned any way. It was $4 at a garage sale & I thought it would make a good display shelf for Mr P's plane collection.
An old brochure/poster of a British Airways plane
1976 edition of Truck & Bus magazine
I'm SO glad my husband doesn't mind op shopping. He might not LOVE it as much as I do, but he does get a kick out of it from time to time!