Following is the text of the ads that are running in various papers.  That's why it invites you to go to the web site, where you obviously already are.


  


417 TRUCKS AND OIL EQUIP




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YOU TUBE VIDEO LINKS -- CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW TO GO TO YOU TUBE AND WATCH ALMOST AN HOUR OF VIDEO SHOWING MANY OF THE UNITS IN THE AUCTION!!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJb4hpV9vwo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhsAn_jsdNg&t=155s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VteeGdzu3E0&t=125s












Big GMC Diesel.  Runs and drives, been using it to haul for setup.  Good rubber, lift gate, 24 foot of stakeside.  Nice old truck, probably cost $75000 to replace it -- take this one home for your price!!


















 
This is a really cool International B160 truck. We think it is a 1960 because of the stacked headlights.  We haven't opened the hood but it's probably a V8.   Looks like it just came out of a grain field with a load, dumped it and got parked.  The body is nearly perfect, the box has been up for years so there is not much damage to the floor, etc.  The worst thing is that the inner trim panels are gone from both doors.  We are hoping they will show up.   A farm truck this nice is hard to find.  Depending on the time we have, we hope to have it running for the auction.   










Model T's, Chevys, a couple unknown trucks.  






We even have a little New Holland 275 baler in pretty decent condition





Just look at the size of this wagon!!!!  Must have been for hauling something heavy!











This was built for assembling machinery at a dealership but wouldn't it be handy for setting windmills??









If you know what this is you are a diehard collector or have been farming a lllllllllooooooooooong time.  It is an Allis Chalmers Rotobaler.  Made little round bales.  From the 50's.  It is all complete as far as I can tell.  These things are rare!!!  They didn't sell very well when they were new and most were hauled in for scrap years and years ago.  No question Jim had the eye for rare and unique stuff!!
















Post hole digger and the trailer it came in on.  


34 Ford ???????
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