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Estate Auction in Berne, NY - Several Tractors and Walk-Behinds For Auction!


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#1 MailmAn OFFLINE  

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Posted August 26, 2016 - 11:51 AM

I found out about an online Estate Auction going on locally in Berne, NY that ends on Friday September 9, 2016.  There seems to be a whole bunch of old tractors and walk-behinds that are up for auction and I figured some people on this forum might be interested in them, if they don't mind the drive to go pick them up (and the goofy pick-up days and times that are ALWAYS during the week when most people are at work, which is annoying as hell...)  If someone is interested in anything here but can't make the pickup times to go retrieve their winning items, I might be persuaded to take a day off of work and go pick the stuff up for them and hold onto it at my house until they can come out to pick them up (on a weekend, perhaps, when it is more convenient for them).  You will have to pay for your items ahead of time though before I will pick them up for anyone.

 

So, without further ado, here are the tractors that are being auctioned off:

(If you would also like to see what else is being auctioned off, you can view the entire auction here:  http://www.collarcit...o?auctionId=226)

 

 

Vintage Plough Implement:

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http://www.collarcit...tId=1&page=info

 

 

Walk-Behind Plough #1:

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http://www.collarcit...ge=info&lotId=2

 

 

Walk-Behind Plough #2:

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http://www.collarcit...tId=3&page=info

 

 

Antique Gas Generator:

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http://www.collarcit...ge=info&lotId=4

 

 

Caterpillar R2 U.S. Army Bulldozer:

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http://www.collarcit...e=info&lotId=37

 

 

McCormick Farmall F12 Tractor:

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http://www.collarcit...e=info&lotId=48

 

 

International Model 140 Tractor w/ Sickle Bar Mower:

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http://www.collarcit...e=info&lotId=51

 

 

Garden Tractor with Mower and Snowblower Attachments:

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http://www.collarcit...e=info&lotId=68

 

 

John Deere Model 60 Garden Tractor:

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http://www.collarcit...e=info&lotId=99

 

 

Allis-Chalmers Homesteader 8HP Riding Mower:

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http://www.collarcit...=info&lotId=130

 

 

16HP Riding Mower w/ 42" Deck (Possibly Sears or Ford?):

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http://www.collarcit...e=info&lotId=98

 

 

John Deere #12A Powered Combine w/ Wisconsin Engine:

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http://www.collarcit...e=info&lotId=38

 

 

Interesting (Rare?) Rear-Mounted 3 Point Hitch PTO Driven Snowblower:

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http://www.collarcit...=info&lotId=396

 

 

 

 

More to come!  This is just the tip of the iceberg!  (I just wanted to get what I have here posted before my session times out or anything...)  There are a bunch of old tow-behind tractor implements as well that I'll try to post after this...


Edited by MailmAn, August 26, 2016 - 01:54 PM.

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Posted August 26, 2016 - 01:43 PM

Okay, so here is Part Deux of the auction listings.  These are mostly tow-behind implements for antique tractors:

 

 

McCormick-Deering Big 6 Sickle Bar Mower:

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http://www.collarcit...e=info&lotId=40

 

 

McCormick-Deering No. 9 Sickle Bar Mower:

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http://www.collarcit...e=info&lotId=41

 

 

International Trailer Sickle Bar Mower - PTO Driven:

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http://www.collarcit...e=info&lotId=47

 

 

Some Kind of Horse-Drawn or Early Tractor-Drawn Cultivator or Plough?

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http://www.collarcit...e=info&lotId=42

 

 

Tow-Behind York Rake:

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http://www.collarcit...e=info&lotId=44

 

 

M-C Chopper and Hay Conditioner - PTO Driven:

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http://www.collarcit...e=info&lotId=45

 

 

 

 

I think this is most of everything that would be of interest to most people on this forum.  Good luck and happy bidding if anyone spots something they find interesting!  This guy certainly collected some interesting stuff...


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Posted August 26, 2016 - 02:42 PM

That R2 bulldozer would be fun to play with!


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Posted August 26, 2016 - 04:02 PM

   I perused the listings and there are few things of interest, I know if that f-12 doesn't go for to much it will be headed here!!!!!!!!!  I love an old iron wheeled tractor


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Posted August 26, 2016 - 04:35 PM

If it was closer I would be bidding on the John Deere 60. It looks to be in pretty good shape under that dust.



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Posted August 30, 2016 - 09:13 PM

Would love that generator and maybe the Allis Chalmers Homesteader, but it's not worth it for me to drive that far to pick them up.



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Posted September 07, 2016 - 08:48 AM

Would love that generator and maybe the Allis Chalmers Homesteader, but it's not worth it for me to drive that far to pick them up.

 

Jeez, and you're in Central New York even!  I could understand the guy from Illinois complaining that it is too far of a trip to pick up a tractor, but it can't be much more than a couple of hour drive from anywhere in the Central New York area to pick it up.  I have driven much farther than that myself to pick up a tractor that I really wanted!



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Posted September 07, 2016 - 08:56 AM

   I perused the listings and there are few things of interest, I know if that f-12 doesn't go for to much it will be headed here!!!!!!!!!  I love an old iron wheeled tractor

 

 

I see you're bidding on it currently, so good luck and hopefully you will bring it home!  Keep us posted if you do end up winning it so we can see what happens with it.  I agree it is a nice looking tractor and if you can get it for under $400 or $500, that's a steal on that monster, even just for parts.  The only problem with it is those steel wheels since you can't really drive the thing anywhere as it will tear up your lawn and tear up any blacktop trying to drive the thing anywhere.  I'm not sure if they make rubber tire caps that go over the steel wheel so you can safely drive it outside of a field without destroying everything in its path.



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Posted September 07, 2016 - 09:06 AM

Jeez, and you're in Central New York even!  I could understand the guy from Illinois complaining that it is too far of a trip to pick up a tractor, but it can't be much more than a couple of hour drive from anywhere in the Central New York area to pick it up.  I have driven much farther than that myself to pick up a tractor that I really wanted!

There's more to it, I don't have a trailer that I would be comfortable taking that far, the only one I have currently has 8" wheels, and I don't trust it to go that far, would have to rent one, plus 9mpg with ANY trailer makes it not worth it.



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Posted September 10, 2016 - 09:54 PM


Well, you have a good point there I guess... It isn't just as simple as making the drive out there.




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