Dakil Auction said registration for the auction will begin at 9 a.m. Friday, with the auction beginning at 10. Go here for more information about the items and about the auction.
The nearby Spices of India grocery bought 66 Bowl for $1.4 million, according to property records. The conversion of the bowling alley to a grocery and restaurant will be complete by the end of the year, reported the Oklahoman.
The auction was originally planned for August, but a delay in the closing of the property’s sale forced it to reschedule.
66 Bowl, built in 1959, was sold by 78-year-old owner Jim Haynes after one of his investments went sour, according to an Associated Press report.
UPDATE: The Associated Press has a new story about the upcoming auction. New tidbit: The owner wants a minimum $50,000 for the sign.