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DAY 1 Late Gary Austin Collection Auction

Union County, Iowa

04-29-2017 9:00 AM

DAY 1 Late Gary Austin Collection Auction

Auction Location

2648 210th St., • Afton, Iowa 50830 From Des Moines, Iowa, south on I-35 to US Hwy 34 Intersection at Osceola, Iowa. Then west on US Hwy 34 to Afton, Iowa. Then south on US Hwy 169 2 miles to county gravel 210th St., then east on 210th 3 miles to auction site.

Date: 04-29-2017
Bidding Starts: 9:00 AM

2648 210th Street
Afton, IA 50830
Bidding Onsite, Online, Ag Equipment / Farm Machinery

Bid Online

Auction Details

Horse Machinery, Buggies Carriages, Sleighs, Delivery Wagon, 14 Antique Tractors, Caterpillar Dozers, 1000’s of Primitives, Over 100 Well Pumps, Pump Jack Collections, Model A's.

Agent Comments

This is a co-auction between DreamDirt and Todd Crill Auctions.  DreamDirt will be the online auctioneer, clerk and cashier while Todd Crill Auctions will be responsible for sale managment.  There will be a 10% buyer premium on all sucessful online bidders.  Buyers will be resposible for pick up or shipping.


Selling Saturday, April 29: Tools, Shop Items; Antique Tractors; Horse drawn machinery; buggies; carriages; hundreds of farm primitives to include: over 100 well pumps, 20+ hay carriers, Anvils, cast iron items and collectibles too numerous to mention. Likely running 2 rings.

Selling Sunday, April 30th: 9 Model T automobiles to include a ‘15 Touring, ‘24 Coupe; ‘24 Roadster in near original conditions as well as several others in varying stages of restoration. Ford Model T tractor; one Model A Tudor; a massive amount of Model T parts, frames, wheels and accessories.


One horse box buggy with leather tufted seat, one ID tag missing, one tag under seat apron M622-1-3, very good condition; Kratzer Carriage, surrey with fold down top, 2 seated carriage pole for a pair, appears to be original leather seats, brass tag on rear leaf, comes with sled attachments, (Kratzer was a Des Moines based company from 1890-1910) very good condition; One horse box buggy, folding top, no tag, nice restorable project; Portland Sleigh, very sound, ready to use; Horse drawn delivery wagon, family called it a milk wagon, white and red paint traces of green under- neath, very interesting! Many pieces of horse drawn equipment.


Caterpillar D-6C-76A Powershift, 10’ blade, good undercarriage, runs, always shedded; Caterpillar D-2, running when parked, gas pony motor, hydraulic blade, good undercarriage; Caterpillar D-6, complete but disassembled, was in process of rebuilding (8U dry clutch); Allis Chalmers Dozer WK, looks to be complete but disas- sembled


VAC Case on rear steel with wide front, motor apart; Farmall F-20 Ser#126178 older restoration, good tag, steel on rear, rubber front; Regular, full steel, free, no tag; Farmall F-12, Ser#55818, older restoration, all rubber, motor free, should run; Farmall H, Ser#FBH4608 on steel with single front, loose, complete; Ford 901 W/F w/backhoe attachment, 13-6x28 rubber; McCormick – Deering 10-20 on cut downs, loose, complete; Homemade trac- tor; C-Allis, NF; C-Allis w/belly mower, NF, near new rear rubber; H-Farmall, complete, good rubber; 3rd C-Allis


3 tine forks; Windsor wood stove- 1886 Bucks Stove and Range Co.; luggage; pedal car bomb; wood molds; forges; yard gates; 2 wheel hog oilers; cream cans; Challenger small feed mill; slip scrap- er; Hercules Mfg. Co. tile plow; furnace grates; old wood cabinets; metal lockers; 2 cyl Maytag motor; wooden porch posts; several windmill heads; iron planter plates; 1 bottom sulky plow; post drill; John Deere planter boxes; Standard 5 gal fuel can; 2 hole corn sheller; American Seeding Machine Co. - horse drill; 2 1⁄2 gal cream can; Western Machine Works, Ottumwa Iowa, complete bob sled; lanterns; cast iron railroad switch box; Flyball governor; 5 gals. DX can, Kendall, Riley Bros, Mobil, Coop & Others; Galv. Water cans; oil cans; gas cans; boilers; tractor headlights and parts; sick- les; fans; mufflers; Simplex jack; cast iron seats; tin seats; iron la- dle; separator stands; Hay Budden 100# Anvil; Anvil Hardy Tools; Teens and twenties license plates; 10-20 McCormick Deering and H Steel wheels; Rear steel for H; A/C steel rear wheels; 10 misc. rear steel tractor wheels; (2) windmill towers, much much more


20 Horse collars; Dozens of bridals, harnesses, fly nets, buggy tongues.

Jansen; Flint & Walling; Dempster; Fair banks Morse; Challenger; Woodmans; Monitor; Aeromotor; Cedar Rapids


1920’s Chevrolet porcelain sign; OshKosh B’gosh porcelain sign; Crows Seed sign; Golden Sun.


Myers; Loudons; Ney Mfg.; Hont- Harvard; Advance and others (did not see two alike) Over 20


wood frame well pump; Wards; Several Myers – different styles; Wistrand; McDonald; Hayes; Green Castle; Dempster; Baker Mfg.; Cedar Rapids; Several Red Jacket – different styles; W.L. Davey; Hudson; E.J. Peters – Prescott, Iowa; Hawkeye; Peters Pump Co. US; Maud and Force; Monitor w/public water fountain; Kerrihard Mfg. - Red Oak, IA; Temple; Moline; Fairbanks; Chandler; A.Y. McDonalds; Cowing and Gleason; Challenge – Battiva; several pump vises; lots of pump handles; cistern pumps; WM Stahl; F&S Ideal; Osh Kosh; Beckman Bros; Deming Co.; F.E. Downey, Over 100 complete pumps


drill press; turning lathe; Craftsman radial arm saw; table saw; bench grinder; parts washer; hand tools; socket sets; jack stands; usual shop items; belt/disc combo sander. 1985 Chevrolet 3/4 ton 4x4 w/flatbed and bale mover.


7000 Allis Chalmers Tractor, 2WD, 3389 hrs, 18.4x38 rubber, good, clean; (3) truck/van bodies used for storage; 14x8 new stor- age building homemade; International R-150 school bus, storage; 60 Chevrolet delivery truck made into camper; superior school bus, storage; pull behind log splitter hydraulic; Keifer stock trailer, bumper hitch; flare box wagon on gear full of alum. Scrap; Blair PTO manure spreader; VanBrunt 10’ wood box, steel wheel, grain drill; 2 misc. dozer blades and accessories, misc dozer canopies; Continental motorized buzz saw on tractor; Woods S106 ditch bank rotary mower; Bushog 10’ 3 pt rotary cutter; 10’ tandem disc; JD 1240 4 row corn planter; 16’ 3 pt. Field cultivator; A/C side deliver rake; 3 pt. Chisel plow, Kewanee; 3 pt. Hydraulic bale unroller; Vermeer 605C big round baler; sulky cart; Wood Bros 1 row corn picker; JD disc harrow; 3 pt tractor screw wood splitter; old disc.; rotary mower (scrap); (2) front end loaders (scrap); 9’ IH sickle mower (scrap); pickup snow plow; Auxiliary tractor fuel tank; alum. Boat lift; Shaver post driver; 4 btm Oliver mtd plow

1928 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan, Mostly complete, restoration project.
1915 Ford Model T Touring, aluminum hood, brass radiator, stored inside, runs, elec headlights with brass rings, title and licensed. 30X3.5 tires, gas cowl lights, very original, no obvious rust or repairs. 1924 Ford Model T Coupe, 30x3.5 tires, elec start and lights, very original including interior, no obvious rust or repairs on body
1924 Ford Model T Runabout, 30x3 tires, elec start and lights. Appears to be in very original con- dition
19?? Ford Model T with Tractor conversion, not running, in middle of restoration.
1925 Ford Model T Fordor, non running, res- torations in progress, interior wood, all good, main body complete minus fenders, running boards, splash aprons, engine appears complete.
1926 Ford Model T Coupe, complete original, interior rough, 21” wheels
19?? Brass Radiator Ford Model T Speed- ster project, engine in, many many parts
19?? Ford Model T Touring, rolling chassis, good original body, many parts.
19?? Rolling Chevrolet chassis, block, trans, rear end.
1946 Ford 1 1⁄2 ton truck, V8, restorable. Standard Trailer Co. 2 wheel, wood box model T type trailer
Model T Parts & Tools: Coils; steering wheels; mirrors; wrenches; jacks; wheels; tires; windshield and frame; top bow parts; trans parts; radiators; oil pans; different turtle deck; gas tanks; radiator shrouds; horns; crowned fenders; cranks; manifolds; schebler curbs; OEM parts; spark plugs; rear fenders; brake bands; running boards; battery boxes; coil testers; air pumps; dash; crankshafts; blocks; flywheel covers; brass radiators; heads; flywheels; manifolds; transmissions and parts; new pistons; axles; streeting parts; many Model T frames. Complete Engines: Woods Mobilette 4 cyl engine; JD 2 cyl power unit; (2) Chevrolet 4 cyl 20’s or 30’s

Sale Method

Live onsite with online bidding

Terms and Conditions

Cash, check, Credit Card if a credit card is used there is a 3.5% processing fee added to the sale. Online bidders will be charged a 10% buyers fee for Internet bidding. Onsite bidders will not pay any fee.



Tom Bradley, Land Broker l Auctioneer

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