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    Default Spring Equip Auction - Central NY

    Heads up, Jim MacFadden's spring auction is just around the corner. I've attended quite a few of Jim's auctions, and think the ones at his site are the best. Just do me one favor - don't bid against me!

    Saturday, March 30, 2002, 9:00 am
    100+ Farm & Compact Tractors, 100+ Implements, 50+ Antique Tractors & More!
    At our yard on US Route 20, 4 miles East of Sharon Springs, NY
    This is an early listing made March 5, 2002, much more coming daily!


    FARM TRACTORS: Case IH 5220 w/ldr; JD 4050 MFWD powershift-nice!; JD 4640, 4440, 4240, all HFWD, cab & powershift, JD 4630 powershift, cab; JD 4955 MFWD, duals, open rops; JD 2950; JD 4020; JD 4520 w/cab & duals; JD 4320 4WD; JD 2850 4WD & Cab; Field Queen forage harvester w/ dump box & 3 heads reconditioned & field ready; White 2-135 MFWD; White 2-155 w/duals & 540; White 4-175 4WD; White 2-105 w/cab; (2) AC 185S; IH 6388 2+2, 4500 hrs, very good; IH 3588 2+2, 3200 hrs, sharp!; 1H 656; Case IH 3220 1800hrs; Landini 10005 4WD w/cab, 95hp; IH 1086 w/cab, wgts, 4500 hrs-sharp!; IH 1486 w/cab, wgts, 3 hyd, 4300 hrs, nice!; IH H, M, Cub; AC WD, D17; Ford 8N, 9N, 800; Many more farm tractors of all kinds coming in.

    COMPACT & LOADER TRACTORS: Ford 1620 hydro 4WD & Idr; Cub Cadet 7194 4WD & ldr, 320 hrs; Case IH 255 4WD & Idr; Ford 5610 4WD & ldr; Ford 1710 w/ldr; kubota 4950 4WD & ldr; JD 2350 w/ldr; (2) Nice JD 1140's; Sharp Ford 3000; Ford 2000; Belarus 250; (2) IH 504; IH 460 w/ldr; Lots of smaller tractors coming in! ! ! ! !

    INDUSTRIAL: '92 JD 4006 dozer, 1700 orig hrs; Cat I T 12 wheel ldr; Case 580 K extendahoe, 3515 hrs; Ford 4500 TLB, super clean original; Ford 4500 TLB w/cab; Cat D4D dozer; Bobcat 853 w/cab & 2200 hrs; Case 1835B dsl; (3) apt hitch backhoes; York rakes; post hole diggers; 20ft Jeff Dann rollback body; good IH DT 466 truck engine; many more items coming in!

    ANTIQUES: Ultra-Rare Massey Harris 1244 G Air Force tractor; '28 Cat 20 low seat orchard crawler; Very nice original IH Super MV Hi-Crop s/n F27883J; Nice Oliver OC6 dsl crawler, new tracks; JD 730 dsl, ES, apt, fenders, restored; IH W4, W6, W9, all perfect tin; restored '66 Ford 1 ton truck; rare Oliver 1800 wheatland LP gas w/apt 1 owner; Rare LeRoi Centaur w/factory apt; Very good '53 Cat D2 w/angle blade & winch; Nice original late JDB w/water pump; JD slant dash A&B; JD H; JD Styled D; JD 430 U w/ps; MH 55, 44 std; MH 44 dsl; MH 33, 22; Several JD A's; JD B w/single front; Nice original Coop E-3; IH 400 dsl; IH 22-36; Nice original Farmall H w/M&W 9 speed & live hyd; Nice MM M-5 dsl; MF 130 vineyard; Early Economy w/implements; MM 670 LP; 111 W-400; Sharp Case 930 gas; 1H WD9; IH 560 Wheatland dsl, nice original; IH 660 dsl; JD 420 U; (2) JD 60; JD50; Nice Case LA; JD R dsl; Very nice original Case S; Oliver 88 dsl; Nice Oliver 880; AC CA; (5) pull-type plows; Wagon load of parts & 20-30 more old tractors by auction day!

    FARM EQUIPMENT: Brillion 25' cultimulcher-like new; Krause 4900 21' rock flex disc- absolutely like new!!; Durham 12' cultimulcher; Brillion 12' cultimulcher; Brillion 10' cultimulcher ; Krause 20' & 28' rock flex discs; JD 220 21' disc; Wil-Rich 8X flex frame reset plows; 1H 475 14' heavy duty disc; Miller 15' offset disc; 1H 720 4X18 reset plows; IH 720 5X18 reset plows; 1H 735 6X veri-width reset; White 588 5X18 reset; White 3X spring reset; Many smaller plows apt & pull type; Several 10' discs; White 5100 4R planter; JD 7000 6RN dry fert-nice!; IH 56 6R planter; Nice Buffalo 6R ridge til planter w/Kinze units; Buffalo 6R cultivator both like new; Generac 60 KW alternator; Gehl 1475 round baler; JD 330 round baler; IH 3pt backhoe w/3 buckets; Kelley apt backhoe; Davis apt backhoe; Leon 690 ldr to fit CIH 5120, like new; New Demco 12 ton HD running gear; 5 shank V ripper; MC 12' HD flail mower; Woods 315 15' batwing mower; Nice Woods ditch bank mower; Lots of used bush hogs, loaders, duals; 50 new tires; various new & used apt equipt; 100 pallets misc parts; plus many more items of all shapes & sizes coming in daily!


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    Default Re: Spring Equip Auction - Central NY

    Thanks, I will be there, how are the proces at these auctions, do things go higher than when they are new ? I need a post hole digger, brush hog and a dump trailer. A backhoe would be nice too.....

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    <font color=blue>...? I need a post hole digger, brush hog and a dump trailer. A backhoe would be nice too..... </font color=blue>

    Jason...

    Can I help "hold" all your money... [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]

    I don't know if I'll be at Mac Faddens or another... but I'll be at one of them...

    On your wish list... buy the phd at this auction {Leinbach}, but no rotary cutters unless he puts in some Woods for about $600. {new Brushbull's}...

    Maybe you'll see us there... [img]/w3tcompact/icons/eyes.gif[/img]


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    Default Re: Spring Equip Auction - Central NY

    I said I need all those things, doubt I have enough for a cup of coffee [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]. How d you guys know about these auctions, is there a site or paper that I can get, I really would like to attend these things even if I didn't have enough money. Maybe just put my hands in my pockets, look down at the ground, and kick the dirt like everyone else [img]/w3tcompact/icons/wink.gif[/img] !!!! Thanks for any info on this......

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    Default Re: Spring Equip Auction - Central NY

    Prices? - just like any auction, you'll see some bargains and you'll see some folks pay more than they should. I watch the local papers, most advertise auctions on Thursday. I found this one in the Wantad Digest. Jim also has a web site - macfaddens.com.

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    Default Re: Spring Equip Auction - Central NY

    <font color=red>I said I need all those things, doubt I have enough for a cup of coffee . How d you guys know about these auctions, is there a site or paper that I can get, I really would like to attend these things even if I didn't have enough money. Maybe just put my hands in my pockets, look down at the ground, and kick the dirt like everyone else !!!! Thanks for any info on this...... </font color=red>

    Could not have said this any better myself. With the new house going up in a few weeks, all my tractor money is gone.[img]/w3tcompact/icons/frown.gif[/img] But I do get a new house, so I can deal with it. Still like to look though.[img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Default Re: Spring Equip Auction - Central NY

    John:
    Do you know of any other auction places that are any good, located between Saratoga and Utica. I would really like some place to go to this saturday night. I usually go to a place called Town and Country auction in Schuylerville but they usually have other peoples junk there. It is amazing what people will pay for stuff!

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    <font color=blue>...It is amazing what people will pay for stuff!...</font color=blue>

    Yep!... I was there I think about 2 years ago... they had something like 200-300 "broken" lawn mowers... absolutely worthless... people were "bid fighting" over the junk... [img]/w3tcompact/icons/eyes.gif[/img]

    I left after about 1 hour... [img]/w3tcompact/icons/smile.gif[/img]

    Mostly get on auction lists, get mailed upcoming auctions... then you can pick and choose... the farm auctions have really decreased the last few years...

    Best bet is keep your eyes open for the newspapers and posted flyers... and alot of word-of-mouth...

    Be prepared to travel loads of miles, lots of time on your hands and see worthless junk... [img]/w3tcompact/icons/wink.gif[/img]


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    Jason...

    I forgot to mention... look at the top of your screen while in TBN and click on some advertisers... "Farm Auctions" and get on an "email list"....

    The only problem is you''ll get stuff about auctions on the other side of the state... if you like driving 4-5 hrs. one-way to buy a "pig-in-a-poke"... [img]/w3tcompact/icons/frown.gif[/img]


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    <font color=blue>...It is amazing what people will pay for stuff!...</font color=blue>

    Ain't it the truth! For a number of years, I was in charge of the police auto pound and we had an auction every Monday to dispose of unclaimed vehicles; mostly junk of course, being sold to salvage yards, but the auction was open to anyone and quite a number of individuals showed up every Monday. I was at that auction every Monday morning for about 3 years, and sold an average of 130 vehicles per week, and I can only recall three vehicles that I might have been willing to buy for more than the buyer paid. It was an amazing and interesting experience.[img]/w3tcompact/icons/laugh.gif[/img]

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