Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

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Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby Lt.Mike » Wed Feb 24, 2021 1:55 pm

I’ve been to this one before and for our area it’s pretty good. All the proceeds that would go to the host goes to agricultural education charities.
Lots of variety there, maybe not like the Midwest but good for our area with a lot brought in from area farmers for sale.
Some of it goes crazy cheap. A fully operational sweet corn combine went with a no bid but not before it dropped under $1,000. What do I need with that? Absolutely nothing but that was cheap! Would have been a nice lawn ornament and Paula would have loved to see me roll in with that. :)
They tried hard to schedule one last year but unfortunately it couldn’t happen. This year though everything’s eased up, the panic has gotten better and with everyone wearing masks I’m sure it’ll go off as planned on April 3rd.
They’ve already got a list of equipment that will keep growing as the date gets closer.
I’ve got my eye on the wagons and “ Al Jones take note: “ ;) there’s a 1950 Super AV with cultivators on the list !
Let the enabling begin! :lol:
https://www.pirrunginc.com/Hlubik-Consignment-Sale.html
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Re: Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby Stanton » Thu Feb 25, 2021 7:40 am

Lt.Mike wrote:...I’ve got my eye on the wagons and “ Al Jones take note: “ ;) there’s a 1950 Super AV with cultivators on the list !...


Let us know the selling price of that Super AV.
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Re: Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby Lt.Mike » Thu Feb 25, 2021 9:08 am

Stanton wrote:
Lt.Mike wrote:...I’ve got my eye on the wagons and “ Al Jones take note: “ ;) there’s a 1950 Super AV with cultivators on the list !...


Let us know the selling price of that Super AV.

I will.
You know this is a very dangerous auction for me.
A very good friend lives directly across the road from the farm that is hosting the auction and is friends with the owner.
Doesn’t matter how big it is the question of how will I get this home is resolved by bringing over to my buddy’s home to figure it out later.
You know how close I came to buying that combine? :lol: If I could figure a way to flip it it might have happened.
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Re: Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby Lt.Mike » Thu Apr 01, 2021 1:42 pm

Wanted to remind everyone that this auction is this Saturday !
My friend that lives across the road from the farm that is hosting it has sent me pics. There is more coming I'm sure today but theres a nice 130, 140, a very nice looking square nosed yellow Cub and what looks like another 130 with a sprayer tank on the back.
https://www.pirrunginc.com/Hlubik-Consignment-Sale.html
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Re: Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby Lt.Mike » Sat Apr 03, 2021 7:42 pm

Good day at the auction. Prices were all over and ou could kinda predict what would sell high and what would go cheap but there were some surprises.
A really clean 140 went for $4,100 while a very good 130 with a square front axle went for $1,400. I almost bid on that but O was there for a wagon.
A pretty nice Ford 2N went for $950 which I thought was really cheap but there was a palet with a mostly complete A60 graderblade (spring lift version) that was labeled "IH Cub plow". I was going to bid on that but the auction was big and they put two teams of auctioneers in two directions.
:roll: So I decided to stay put near out target, a wagon we had our eye on rather than try for both and lose our chance to bid on the wagon.
found out later the A60 blade had no interest and it was sold for... ready for this? ... $10 ! :shock:
Oh well, win some lose some.

We did bid for the wagon and had 3 other rival bidders but I guess we were the craziest and got it. Paula is pretty happy with it as it has "that look" that seems to match the A's and SA we have. One tire is shot and there's certainly patina but I'll do my best to make the tractor usable while preserving its ancient charm. I've no idea what we bought so if anyone can help with a guess to it's age and make I'd appreciate it.
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Some others, the Cub with planters went for $1,700
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Ever see a Super C with a backhoe?
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It went for $2,000
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The 130 that went for $1,400, ran really good too.
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A David Bradley wagon, $500. No idea what that other stuff was in it though.
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John Deere L with quite a stack of cultivators and hand lifts, $2,000 which I thought was pretty good considering it came as a package and you didn;t have to chase down implements for it. They really are weird little tractors. Not my thing but I could appreciate it nonetheless.
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Re: Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby Jim Becker » Sat Apr 03, 2021 7:55 pm

Lt.Mike wrote:. . . I've no idea what we bought so if anyone can help with a guess to it's age and make I'd appreciate it.

I'd guess mid-30s through 40s, maybe the fifties. Post closeups of a hub and the back of the undercarriage. Unfortunately, a lot of companies made wagons. So it's hard to say.

The David Bradley appears to have a dump bed.

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Re: Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby Stanton » Sun Apr 04, 2021 11:04 am

Glad you went Lt.Mike and it appeared to be such a great day (weather-wise).

Thanks for getting back to us!
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Re: Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby Lt.Mike » Sun Apr 04, 2021 12:41 pm

It was a good day and i Wish I could've been everywhere at once. Some really good buys yesterday.
There was a three point hitch auger that was sold off too that I might have bid for.
I didn't ask what it went for. Bad enough hearing that A60 blade went for $10.
I started a new thread on the wagon in the "other" section and included a lot of pics. Hoping to learn from someone who can ID what I have.
I googled it and didn't find much about hay wagon identification.
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Re: Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby SamsFarm » Sun Apr 04, 2021 2:33 pm

Could that 130 with the square front axle and the engine to torque tube reinforcement strut be a high crop that someone put normal sized wheels and tires on?

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Re: Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby SamsFarm » Sun Apr 04, 2021 2:36 pm

I like that yellow cub! :)

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Re: Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby Lt.Mike » Sun Apr 04, 2021 3:40 pm

Stanton wrote:
Lt.Mike wrote:...I’ve got my eye on the wagons and “ Al Jones take note: “ ;) there’s a 1950 Super AV with cultivators on the list !...


Let us know the selling price of that Super AV.

I didn’t catch that one but after seeing it I wouldn’t be surprised if went for $100 or Didn’t sell at all. Rear tires were toast, well the whole tractor was toast. Didn’t miss anything.
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Re: Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby Lt.Mike » Sun Apr 04, 2021 3:56 pm

SamsFarm wrote:Could that 130 with the square front axle and the engine to torque tube reinforcement strut be a high crop that someone put normal sized wheels and tires on?

Nope. The industrial “International” versions had the square front axle with brace and normal length legs . The International version also has a foot throttle which this one didn’t.
That was in question when Dale was working on her neighbors SA which had one.
We came to find out that the stronger square axle could be ordered as an option.
The fellow that bought that tractor did well.
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Re: Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby inairam » Mon Apr 05, 2021 6:23 am

That is a very good-looking 130 for $1400. That wagon is also nice. I have one with spoked wheels but no deck.
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Re: Auction coming up in NJ April 3rd

Postby Lt.Mike » Mon Apr 05, 2021 1:01 pm

inairam wrote:That is a very good-looking 130 for $1400. That wagon is also nice. I have one with spoked wheels but no deck.

The deck on this one was gray with what looked like a lot of black (mold?)
We liked it gray but the black had those that parked their butts on it at the auction checking their pants. So yesterday I figured I’d power wash it and see what happens. I got lucky the boards came up a nice honey brown. They show their age but are still solid. The PO obviously rebuilt it with treated lumber. I’ll let it gray out in the sun again but it’ll be clean enough that no one will have a problem riding on it.
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