I agree with Bugatti. I would contact them. I would like one of something he built myself, it would need to be an automotive subject. One of our club members passed away. His highly detailed but unfinished cobra projects were donated to the museum. We all miss your Father, Amy. A respected and talented man. He also had a lot of building supplies. What will become of those items? I had sent him a good sized roll of very fine screen. Sadly to me I recall kidding to him it would be a lifetime supply. So...If you find it, be careful it will poke you good.
COOL! Since we bought this somewhat extravagant two acre property with a big house and decent sized shop on the back edge we feel like the Beverly Hillbillies. The street we live on is known here as millionaire row. My wife and I still both work jobs. She's the one making the big money. She is in charge of federal stuff for a small school district way over by Dale Mickley now.
You could print your contact information on a piece of paper. Contact him through Ebay with a photo of your info and see if it will go through. Ebay is pretty sneaky though. Ebay makes so much money I don't know why they make it impossible to exchange info with buyers and sellers.
It is very sad that people don't want to make things much anymore. They want instant gratification and boring video games. I moved to Sun City, AZ. If you could move here you would never get bored. I joined the woodworking shop. It is approximately 6000SF of tools and fun. Next door is the metal working shop. They have a brand new plasma cutter. A room with several lathes. Lots of sheetmetal working equipment. 80 colors of powder coat and 8 colors of transparent powder coat. A decent size bake oven for it. The list of stuff to do goes on and on. http://suncityaz.org/recreation/clubs/