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Old 03-22-2016, 10:16:37 AM
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The annual Hudson valley Auction is coming up soon. Date this year (2016) is Saturday, May 14th. Starts at 8 AM, bid cards available at 6:30. If you are a member, cards are pre made. If you are new to the auction, you must obtain a bid card. great place to buy a new project or a finished one - your preference. last year over 2000 items sold. Come early and have a great day!
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Old 05-05-2016, 10:58:43 AM
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Andrew could have not said it better!

It is well worth my 5 hr plus trip every year. Since they went to 3 auctioneers the end time is around 6 PM. We usually preview for a few hours Friday.

I have decided to part with my Delco 850 light plant and an Ideal Suburban reel mower. Both are complete and projects. After 20+ years in the garage ... to much stuff etc etc.

Anyone looking for a reasonable clean inn, send me a message.

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Hey Guys Had a great day at the auction today. Beautiful weather, piles of old iron, and hundreds of hungry collectors. Here in the New England we have few opportunities to attend large Spring Flea Markets and Auctions nearly every week. But we do have the annual spring auction up in Hudson NY . Most of my collector friends and I have been attending this annual spring event for 20 or more years. I always amazes me how much stuff shows up every year. I took a bunch of pictures today and I am presenting them in the following posts. Enjoy Ed B
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Old 05-14-2016, 09:13:39 PM
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These are the Pics I took today at the Auction. Pic No 1 is a long shot of the upper field which probably went to auction around 5 O'clock tonight. Pic No 2 Sorry for the poor quality. This is a fairly unusual tractor here on the East Coast It is an early Co-Op with Chrysler engine and Dodge truck running gear. Pic No3 is a fairly complete 10-20 Mc Cormic. Only turn off are the cutoff wheels on front and back. Pic No 4 this shows a row of old iron in the upper field. In foreground is an early horse drawn mower possibility IHC.
I no longer go to this auction to purchase old iron since I already have more than I need at home but I did end up buying a pair of early Fordson rear fenders for cheat money. Other than that I have no idea what any of the items brought since I was to busy talking to many old friends during the day
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Old 05-14-2016, 09:23:22 PM
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Here are some more pics from the auction today. Pic No 1 is someones collection of 8 small one lungers. They were either IHC or Fairbanks. Pic No 2 is a long shot of the main field. The club had 3 auctioneers working at the same time. Still took 8 hours to clear the whole field of items.
Pic No 3 is a nice little Coldwell cub lawnmower and as usual missing the cast iron Cub fill plug ion the top of the crankcase. Last pic is another nice set of old single cyl. engines,
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More old iron at the auction today May 14 2016 Pic No 1 is a nice complete Baker Wind Mill laying in row 2, Pic No. 2 is an interesting one cylinder engines made in England. Pic No 3 is a closeup of a the I D cast into the base. Last Pic is another grouping of engines big and small , EdB
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A few celebraties showed up today to enjoy a day in he sun. Pic No 1 is Bob Lefever the fender man who drove up from PA along with a friend Landis Zimmerman Mr. Cletrac USA. Pic No 2 This gentleman was seen this past year on the Pickers show. He has barns full of neat old stuff and he hardly sold the Pickers anything at all. [ Loved It ] Last 2 Pics get my vote for the ultimate Farmer Fix. He took a 1960's Ford 800 with loader and replaced the trans and rear end with one from a 1920's Farmall F-12. Wow what a great setup!!!!!!! I hope you enjoyed as few pictures from the auction. Ed B
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Ed,
If you look close, you'll see that he kept the ford trans AND the International trans. Never too many gears!

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Ed, did you happen to know what the Coldwell mower with the Cub engine went for? Too bad the bear was not on it! There was another cub engine there, with the bear - no mower, and it went for $350! usually, the bear goers for more than the mower! Thanks for the photos!

Lee Pederson was there, had all kinds of goodies! I got a volume 2 yellow Wendel book from him. Look Lee up on the Sponsors page!
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Andrew, I think the mower went for $275.
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Andrew,
The Coldwell without the mower did not sell in the auction (no number had been assigned to it)--whats more, the bear was stolen off the engine! How do I know this? I consigned that engine -- and I wish I had gotten $350 for it!

The complete Coldwell engine/mower (without a bearcub) sold for $275. It has the original paint and decals and runs great. When I got it home, it started with one pull of the rope; I drove it off my trailer and immediately started cutting grass. It appears to be completely original.

The fact that some SOB stole the bearcub is not a reflection, in any way, on the HVOTPA auction. The thief just unscrewed it and stuck it in his pocket. (Wouldn't I love to have caught him in the act!!)

Ray Rice, even crankier than usual

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I was told the bear for the Coldwell was in the office. If that was the case, I did not see where it was put. I know it didn't leave on my watch - I was there all night Friday. Too bad it was 'lost', Only takes a few rotten people to ruin a good day. With over 2200 items listed, it can get confusing when setting up on the lines. I spent over 4 hours Friday night trying to help fix listing errors.

If you sell next year, be sure to do the following: MAKE SURE everything you sell is listed and assigned a number. If it is not on the pink sheet, it will NOT besold. If numbered wrong, you may not get credit for it, or it may end up listed on another persons listing. Errors happen! The only way to be sure is to double check the pink sheet before you leave. Insist on it, and make corrections if needed.
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