Posted November 08, 2018 13:01:37 An auctioneer at a Melbourne flea market has sold a $2,400 mobo adult bicycle to a customer who paid more than $1 million.
The mobo tricycle was donated by the owner of a nearby restaurant who said he had wanted to help the local community.
It is an iconic Australian image of a tricycle.
The bicycle is painted white and has a red logo with a mongoose and two horns.
Mr Dutton, who has been working at the Melbourne fleamarket for more than 20 years, said he believed the bicycle was an important part of the community.
“We have a very strong community, particularly here in Mombassas, and it’s important to keep that going and that’s what we’re doing,” he said.
The tricycle has a “mongoose” and “two horns” emblem.
“It’s an iconic image of an Australian city and of a city, it’s just a great bike,” he told the ABC.
“When we see it, it brings tears to our eyes.
It’s a symbol of strength, of a strong community and the community that you have here.”
Mombasa is an isolated region in Kenya’s Rift Valley.
It is home to about 4,000 people and is a hotbed for bushfires and landslides.
The city of about 1 million people is a tourist destination and the country’s second-largest city.
Mr Soh, who bought the bicycle for $1.9 million in 2014, said the bicycle had been in his family for 40 years.
“I thought, ‘that’s it.
It could be anything’,” he said of the bicycle’s sale.”
The family had lived in Mumbasa for about 40 years and we’re all used to this.”
So it was an easy decision for me to sell it.
“Mr Sow said he hoped to keep the bicycle to use as a gift for a young person.”
Hopefully this bike will help the next generation of children and grandchildren to have a better life,” he wrote on his website.”
And that’s something we’re trying to do through this.