Antique Farm Equipment Auctions and Results

Ontario, Canada, Tractor and Gas Engine Auction

Tractor up for auction

For auction for Bob Shirley and inclusions are 25 Case tractors, five Allis-Chalmers tractors, 18 hit-and-miss gas engines and various farm equipment and toys. Held at Orangeville Fairgrounds, 247090 5 Sideroad RR1, Mono, Ontario, Canada. Auction starts at 10 a.m., Saturday, July 22, 2017. Cash or check with proper ID only.

For more information, call 519-938-6443. For a full list of items and photos go to

Bob Severn, auctioneer, Shelburne, Ontario, Canada, 519-925-2091.

Stephen P. Clemens Estate Auction

Collection of gas engines

Stephen P. Clemens Estate
Large gas engine & farm collectible auction
May 26 and 27, 2017, 9 a.m. both days

Mr. Clemens enjoyed collecting over 300 gas engines and hundreds of farm collectibles over the years. Due to his passing, his family has chosen to offer his entire collection at public auction. There are many rare and sought-after items in this auction so don’t miss out on adding some of these items to your collection.

837 3rd Ave NE, Mazeppa, MN 55956

Paul Schafer, Personal Rep.
651-380-1807 cell

All merchandise sold "AS-IS" with no warranties expressed or implied by the owner or auctioneers. NO EXCEPTIONS!!!

All announcements made the day of the auction will have precedence over printed material.

Payment may be made with cash or check with valid picture ID.


Click here for the Nixon Auctioneers Proxibid website

Mecum Auctions Gone Farmin' to Offer Extensive Collection of Museum-Quality John Deere Tractors

Ron Drosselmeyer Collection logo

More than 175 of the finest vintage John Deere tractors from the Ron Drosselmeyer Collection will be offered June 2-3 at Cam II Warehouse in Muscatine, Iowa.

Drosselmeyer’s notable assemblage of more than 175 tractors – most of which are beautifully restored – includes tractors from the 1950s and early ’60s, with a handful dating to the ’30s and ’40s. This extensive collection encompasses hi-crops, orchards and standards of all the various fuel types and much more. This will be Gone Farmin’s second on-site auction from a collector’s private storage and display space.

The anchor of this coveted collection is the awe-inspiring 1964 John Deere 8020 (Lot S8). This green giant was the first articulated 4-wheel-drive tractor produced by John Deere – a tractor ahead of its time. There were only 101 of these tractors built.

1964 John Deere 8020

1964 John Deere 8020 (Lot S8). Photos courtesy Mecum Auctions.

1960 John Deere 630

1960 John Deere 630 Standard All-Fuel (Lot S28).

Other notable tractors in the Drosselmeyer collection include the 1960 John Deere 630 Standard All-Fuel (Lot S28), which is one of only 14 built. The 1952 John Deere G Hi-Crop (Lot S11) is one of 235 built, and is an extremely desirable addition to any collection. The 1955 John Deere 40V All-Fuel (Lot F7) is one of only three built.

Most of the restoration work in this collection has been performed by Drosselmeyer’s longtime friend, Jeff McManus, who is also the collection curator. A lifelong collector of John Deere tractors, McManus has been restoring John Deere tractors since 1986.

1952 John Deere G

1952 John Deere G Hi-Crop All-Fuel (Lot S11).

1955 John Deere 40V

1955 John Deere 40V All-Fuel (Lot F7).

The auction is open to buyers and spectators. Doors open daily during the auction at 7 a.m. The auction begins at 2 p.m. on Friday, June 2, and 9 a.m. on Saturday, June 3. An auction preview will be held June 1 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

For more information about this event, visit or call (262) 275-5050.

Mecum's Davenport, Iowa, Auction Top Sellers

1952 Farmall H

This 1952 Farmall H tractor sold for $40,000.

Mecum Auctions’ 4th Annual Iowa Premier auction held Nov. 7-9, 2015, in Davenport, Iowa, produced some stunning results. The two top-selling tractors were a 1952 Farmall H, which sold for $40,000, and a 1969 Oliver 2150, also drawing a top bid of $40,000.

The 1952 Farmall H was purchased by John Schier in 1953. John was a bachelor who lived with his sister on the 80 acre family farm south of Stillman Valley. John used it to cultivate his corn that year, and the following year rented his ground to the neighbor, but continued to live there until his death.

The previous owner had John's first International H. He told John when you get ready to sell this one please give me the first chance. In 1976 John gave the previous owner the chance to buy it and he did. It had been used for light jobs around the farm until 1990 when it was purchased by the current owner.

1969 Oliver 2150

Also selling for $40,000 was this 1969 Oliver 2150.

Highlights of the 1969 Oliver 2150:
• Serial no. 213991-665
• 2150 FWA HD
• 478 Hercules 131 hp Engine
• 215 hours
• 24.5p-32x10 K1 tires
• Final assembly line date 2/26/1969 Charles City, Iowa
• Ship date 5/15/1969 to Bakersfield, California
• Model 2150 is an extra heavy-duty four-wheel-drive tractor
• Front wheel spacers

Mecum's 2014 Gone Farmin' Vintage Tractor Auction

John Deere at Mecums 2014 

The Mecum Gone Farmin’ Iowa Premier in Davenport, Iowa, this past weekend was host to 287 tractors, of which 234 sold for an 82 percent sell-through rate and $2,073,653 in total sales.

Top sales included a 1959 John Deere 730 LPG Hi-Crop (Lot S40) from the LPG Collection that sold for $68,500. As one of only 28 produced, the tractor had been housed in a John Deere Museum and presented in excellent condition with its original and correct three point. The second-highest seller was a 1974 John Deere 6030 (Lot S48) that hammered at $44,000. Fresh from a complete restoration which included an engine overhaul and new tires, the tractor also featured custom fenders, an air ride seat, PTO and roll bar and canopy. Overall, the top sales were dominated by Deeres with only the number 10 spot bucking the trend with an Allis Chalmers D21 Series II (Lot F82) from the AJ Spiegel Collection that hammered at $25,000.

The complete top 10 sales list includes (all sales reflect hammer prices):

1. 1959 John Deere 730 LPG Hi-Crop (Lot S40) at $68,500
2. 1974 John Deere 6030 (Lot S48) at $44,000
3. 1983 John Deere 4050 (Lot S29) at $42,500
4. 1975 John Deere 6030 (Lot F49) at $32,500
5. 1957 John Deere 620 LPG Standard (Lot S43) at $32,000
6. John Deere 730 LP Standard (Lot S45) at $30,000
7. 1972 John Deere 3020 (Lot S57) at $27,500
8. John Deere 720 Diesel Standard (Lot S44) at $27,500
9. 1959 John Deere 530 LPG (Lot S41) at $27,000
10. Allis Chalmers D21 Series II (Lot F82) at $25,000

For access to complete auction results and other member benefits, sign up for the free InfoNet service offered at Mecum. The entire Gone Farmin’ Auction was filmed by RFD TV and will be broken into several original episodes which will broadcast every Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. and Saturday at 10:30 a.m. (all times central). Mecum’s next vintage tractor auction will be April 10-11, 2015 when the Gone Farmin’ team returns to the Mississippi Valley Fair Center in Davenport, Iowa, for the Spring Classic Auction. For more information or to consign a tractor visit Mecum, or call (262) 275-5050 to speak directly with a Mecum representative.

Allis Chalmers at Mecums 2014 Auction 


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