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Many vintage tractors and attachments on the 12/15 sale by Lutz auctions. Wish I could make the trip and have a MERRY Christmas!

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Merry Christmas to those who get to see this stuff!

 

I’ve never encountered a bucket like this...

 

 

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Made from a plow frame.. Looks like something @Ed Kennell would build...

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4 hours ago, roadapples said:

Made from a plow frame.. Looks like something @Ed Kennell would build...

Ed would mount lights and a ZOOMIE exhaust on it! 

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4 hours ago, roadapples said:

Made from a plow frame.. 

Not just any plow frame but a for a big D series look at the angle adjuster mechanism.

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31 minutes ago, WVHillbilly520H said:

Not just any plow frame but a for a big D series look at the angle adjuster mechanism.

I noticed the big 1/2 round depth guides on the snow plow and figured the plow & frame was for a "D".

I figured the bucket worked like a "Johnny Bucket".

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6 hours ago, roadapples said:

Made from a plow frame.. Looks like something @Ed Kennell would build...

That would make it an "ED BUCKET" rather than a Johnny bucket!              :ROTF:

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Does anyone have a "Dirt Bucket" like the one pictured. I've thought about building one for my 42" plow and would like to see pictures of how they have the dump feature designed on that one?

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Huummm......well direct links to noted sales should always be including for the convenience of RS membership reference, IMO, but when they are not, one must search. And search I do.

And research is my forte:

https://lutzauctions.com/

 

Some interesting, curious stuff.........referring to other than just WH stuff. The WH manuals did catch my eye, however......

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I plan on going but normally stuff goes for every penny of what it's worth and then some there. I went a couple of weeks ago and stuff was selling for more than it was worth and people didn't even know what they was buying. I help one guy load some stuff and as we was talking hi pointed at a wmb Briggs that i felt went for all it was worth and asked me were the carburetor was so i showed him and called it a mixer and he was like amazed, and he was saying he doesn't even mess with them he just gives them to a buddy to get running for him.

 

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Did anyone go to the auction? I see there were a couple of Wheel Horse signs in the auction and was wondering if anyone bought them. 

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Yup.  I went.  The large NOS sign sold for $3,100.00. The smaller sign sold for $1,050.00. The bucket everyone is talking about was actually an NOS loader bucket that would be used for maybe mulch.   Had the spikes wired to it and never installed.  The manuals went for a good price.  I was able to snag a nice 1957-present large manual.  Plus the gray binder which I had never seen before.  Many other binders/manuals that I had never seen before.  12 tractors I think that were in less than good shape but salvageable.  Many other parts that went for fair prices.

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:rolleyes: Imagine...

a 3K :wh: sign.   :blink:

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I saw the 1277 back up for sale on the local market place he bought and then realized the motor was locked up.

 

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On 12/17/2018 at 7:51 PM, Dan Hankins said:

Sent him a message of inquiry on it haven't heard back yet.

 

Who bought it?  I checked all tractors and there were several with locked motors.

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I'm not sure on his last name Johnathan was his first name, but it was the 1277 and the engine was locked witch he I'd say he didn't check. He had it listed for 125 obo but he never got back with me.

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Where did that sign go? Inquiring minds want to know! Plus I need to keep tabs on it just in case I win the lottery!! 

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