Sale of land may break up Dan DeVaul's collection of old farm equipment
Dan DeVaul with a 1951 three-quarter ton Chevrolet truck, one of his restoration projects. At back is the barn he restored, including living quarters at the top left.
This horse-drawn cultivator has been out in the elements for some 50 years. The cultivator was used by the DeVaul family at the turn of the last century.
This stationary hay baler dates to the 1880s. Originally powered by horses, it was later belt powered.
Dan and his Farmall F-20, used mainly for cultivating. The front steering post had a special lever coming out of it that was used for breaking. When the driver turned the wheels sharply in one direction, he could apply the corresponding brake.
Dan's Prentice Brothers lathe, another of his restoration projects.