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Posted September 05, 2016 - 08:39 AM

Was able to get the link to open on my lap top,there are some real interesting tractors there,going to bring some big dollars for some



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Posted September 05, 2016 - 11:43 AM

well maybe they will, but im not really betting it will go that way. For some reason these huge collections of stuff aren't bringing what you'd think they should. Last yr there was one down on MO, that guys ran out of truck space to haul them, and lots of them went for basically nothing. Im sure there will be a big crowd of tire kickers, but probally not as many buyers as one would like to have. Seems like a shame to end up giving away something that took yrs to gather up. Time will tell.


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Posted September 05, 2016 - 02:00 PM

again as stated in other posts these are dropping in value along with most other antiques and hobbies of the past generation and will continue. future generations have little or no interest in this. if your going to sell I sell soon while the buyers are still alive and breathing to know what it is.
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Posted September 05, 2016 - 04:16 PM

  Last yr there was one down on MO, that guys ran out of truck space to haul them, and lots of them went for basically nothing. .

I don't know nutin' 'bout that.   :wave:


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Posted September 11, 2016 - 03:41 PM

Wow, this looks like a really cool auction.  No buyer's premium either!!  (Which I am very surprised to see...)  Too bad it is much too far away for me to go and I don't have NEARLY deep enough pockets to afford to buy anything there, let alone to buy enough stuff there to make it worthwhile to drive over 1,000 miles to bid on it and pick it up.  :(   Wish this was closer as I'd be interested in at least going to it to check it out, even if I don't buy anything there. 

 

But hey, good luck to anyone who does end up going to this auction!


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Posted September 20, 2016 - 09:23 AM

Looks like this will be a nice action pack auction!



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Posted September 24, 2016 - 02:58 PM

Anybody happen to know what the economy chain steer went for? or the (2) country squires?

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Posted September 24, 2016 - 08:07 PM

Load headed south to Missouri after todays auction.  Minivan might not have been the best choice in vehicles but did OK.   GOTTA get some air bags on the back!    Subway sammich for lunch,  Prime rib for dinner.

 

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Posted September 24, 2016 - 08:13 PM

Load headed south to Missouri after todays auction.

 

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An Oliver, Minnie mo, Cub Cadet and a Kinkade L. Not a bad haul for a guy claiming not to have deep pockets.


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Posted September 24, 2016 - 08:52 PM

That might be why my wife says no hitch on her van.😁
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Posted September 24, 2016 - 09:40 PM

An Oliver, Minnie mo, Cub Cadet and a Kinkade L. Not a bad haul for a guy claiming not to have deep pockets.

Only the Kinkade is mine.  Oliver and Minnie Mo's are a lil too new for my taste. 

A couple guys that live about 50 miles from me but on my way home over-bought and didn't have room to haul all their purchases in one load.  Saw the name/town on his truck door.   I had room and since it was on the way I volunteered my empty space.  You should have seen his face light up!!  I thought he was gonna need CPR!

Saved him right at 200 miles.  It was more than I wanted the minivan tranny to pull but it handled it great.   

Ran in straight drive the entire way and watched the gas gauge drop like a bad habit at the Betty Ford Clinic. 

Hopefully the tranny won't go out next week.

Always glad to help someone out.


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Posted September 24, 2016 - 10:08 PM

Better pics of the Kinkade.  Gave $225.  Buddy has one with that extra plow wheel and won't sell it 'cause he got it from his late FIL.  It has always intrigued me.  Now I have one. 

 

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Dunn-O anything about it. Can the year be 'ciphered from the serial #?

 

 


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Posted September 24, 2016 - 10:38 PM

Better pics of the Kinkade.  Gave $225.  Buddy has one with that extra plow wheel and won't sell it 'cause he got it from his late FIL.  It has always intrigued me.  Now I have one. 

 

attachicon.gifKinkade 1.jpg,attachicon.gifKinkade 2.jpg,attachicon.gifKinkade 3.jpg

Dunn-O anything about it. Can the year be 'ciphered from the serial #?

On that model it should be doable. What's the number? It should be the same date sequence as a Standard.


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Posted September 25, 2016 - 06:21 AM

Nice Kinkade ! I've only seem them in person a few times but I don't remember if any had attachments on them let alone that cool plow set up ! Please start another thread with more pictures and info I'm sure others would like that too
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Posted September 25, 2016 - 12:33 PM

Here is the serial tag.  With everything that sold that was supposed to have a crank, you were supposed to ask about a crank when you paid. I was a little late getting there and missed the announcements.   They didn't mention the crank thing when this Kinkade sold so I never thought about it. The guys I helped by hauling their tractors mentioned they got a crank that didn't go with the tractor they bought.  They went back to the cashier and traded for one that would work on theirs. 

 Anyhow,  I didn't get a crank and my Standard Twin crank won't work.   Cant be too hard to make one so I'll be on that later today. 

No where during the sale did they mention which garden tractors ran and which didn't.  Only thing I know is its not locked up.  Looks like it could very well be a runner but I'll have to get a crank made and check for spark first thing.

I'll start another thread about it for Al [and others]

 

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