An Alaska-size garage sale Thousands of bargain hunters and big-time buyers cram into an airplane hangar Tuesday - the first day of a four-day auction of Exxon oil spill cleanup supplies. Everything on the opening-day block was sold, including a plane, mobile homes, TV sets, cat box filler - used to provide traction on oily beaches - all-terrain vehicles and animal shampoo. Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers International of Vancouver, British Columbia, bought the leftover equipment from Exxon Corp. last month for untold millions. The auction company won't say how much it expects to make at the auction, but officials said they collected $3.8 million Tuesday. "It's a feeding frenzy," said Butch Johnson, a fisherman in search of nets who lives in the Prince William Sound fishing community of Cordova. "A sale like this only comes around once in a lifetime," said Rod Meeks, an Anchorage aviation mechanic who bought two outboard motors for $3,250. "You really realize the size of the spill by all the garbage that came out of it." The four-day sale continues through Friday at various sites. Many in the crowd Tuesday complained prices were too high. Some also people were upset about having to buy in lots.