Tired Iron Museum Liquidation Auction - Online Only Auction

by Aumann Auctions, Inc.


March 14, 2013 March 13th & 14th 2013 Eastern


Online Only Auction! Leicester, NY


Online Only


Please join us Sat, March 9 and Sun, March 10 from 9am to 4pm each day for an Open House/Inspection date of these rare antique tractors.<br> Pick-up dates for winning bidders will be Sat, March 16 and Sun, March 17 from 9am - 4pm each day.

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Starting Time

February 01, 2013 06:00 PM

Starting Time

February 01, 2013 06:00 PM

Over 100 Tractors – Superb Implements – Signs – Petroliana – Trucks

Open House Dates:  March 9th and10th from 9 – 5 

Rare! 1919 Model 702Fiat, Made in Torino Italy, one of the first Fiat’s produced!

1930’s Linn Logging Truck with tracks

International Harvester 8-16 Slope Nose used in the Robert Redford movie “The Natural”!   Click here to see it in the movie!!

Waterloo Boy Model N

1938 Minneapolis Moline UDLX Comfort Tractor

Greyhound Special 22-42, one of just a few known!

1928 Light Weight Rumely Type X, 25-40

Huber Super 4 15-30

Huber 40-62

Traylor 6-12 made in Pennsylvania, first one we’ve ever seen!

1931 John Deere GP Wide Tread, with rare potato wheels!

Field Marshal Diesel Type M

Moline Universal Model D

1926 Cultor with sulky chart & cultivators

18-32 Cross Motor Case

Minneapolis 27-42 Cross Motor

Rare, All American by Donald & Boerner CorpMilwaukee, WI

Rumely Do ALL

Clark Dump Wagon

Ford Model AA Truck

American LaFrance Fire Truck, great shape, has many of the original accessories with it! 

Stewart Truck Model 30X

Early Rome Self-propelled hay mower, first one we’ve seen!!!

Leroy Mower Tractor

1924 Hart Parr 22-40

Rock Island Model 18-35

The Eimco Power Horse- Line Drive

Farmaster FD-33 Diesel, very rare!

McCormick Deering I-20 on tracks

1938 John Deere AOS

1936 John Deere Model AO

1939 John Deere Model BO

John Deere BO Crawler

Massey GP 4 Wheel Drive

Fordson Oilfields & Muckland Crawler

Oliver Super 44

Rare! 1918 USA Crawler Made by REO

Graham Bradley

1947 Empire Tractor


Plymouth, First Model Silver King Tractor

Silver King

Samson Model M


Centaur Model KV

Allis Chalmers Model E

Massey Harris 25

Massey Harris Challenger


Row Crop English Fordson

Eagle 6B 15-25

Gibson Model H

United Model U

1938 Allis Chalmers Unstyled Model UC

1946 John Deere Model B with cable operated backhoe

Sheppard Diesel SD-3

Huber Model LC

Friday Tractor

Oliver HG Crawler


Cletrac Model F 9-16

Seaman with GM Diesel Engine

1940 Unstyled John Deere G

1935 Unstyled John Deere Model A

1938 John Deere Model B

1941 John Deere Model H

1935 McCormick W-12

The General

Leader Made in Auburn, Ohio

12-20 Wallis

Cockshutt Hart Parr 18-28


Waterloo Bronco Model 100

Grand Haven Model CC Sprayer Rig

Renault D-30 Diesel

Ford 2N

David Brown Model 25

1932 Twin City MT

Coop E-3 1946?

Model A Avery

Twin City Model JT

Craftsman Lawnmower with aluminum mower deck

Pennsylvania Model T75


Handyman by Sears & Roebuck Company

Economy by Sears & Roebuck Company

Centaur G-2 Garden Tractor with Oliver Plow

1938 John Deere Model L

McCormick Deering 15-30

1948 Allis Chalmers Model G

Farmall F-30

1937 Case Model L

1933 Allis Chalmers Model WC

1940 Allis Chalmers Model RC

1940 Allis Chalmers Model B

Custom Model C

1937 Oliver 70 Standard

1941 Oliver 60

Oliver Hart Parr 18-27

McCormick F-20

Farmall F-12

Farmall F-14

Farmall F-20

Gas Engine Powered Cement Mixer

Reel push mower with 1 cylinder vertical Fuller& Johnson Engine

Early reel push mower withSears & Roebuck engine

Homemade Steam Tractor Yard Art

Maytag 2 cylinder mower & antique red mower

Waterloo Boy 4hp Engine

2 HP Lauson Engine

Massey Harris 2 HP engine

IHC Model LB engine 1.5 to 2.5 HP

IHC Model LB engine 1.5 to 2.5 HP

Maytag 1 cylinder engine & Continental AirCooled engine

1946 BN Farmall

Cooper Bessemer Oil Engine

Cunningham Sickle style push mower

Ford C-600 Heavy Truck

Twin Standard

GH Tractor Model CC3

Whiteman Dump Tractor

Approximately 300wrenches, huge collection of cast grain drill name plates, EARLY gas pumps,Large display of early household/kitchen items, Farm Toys, Collection of AgRelated Signs, Pedal Tractors and so much more!  


Terms of the Auction:

5% Buyers Premium and 8% NY Sales Tax. We accept payment by Visa, Mastercard, Cash, Wire Transfer or Good Checks.

All lots are sold as is, where is, with all faults, imperfections and errors of description. Due diligence is the responsibility of the bidder/buyer.

All sales are final. No credit card charge backs will be allowed. Purchases may be removed upon receipt of payment in full.

The auction company is not responsible for accidents, thefts, errors or omissions.


1. Catalog: Aumann Auctions has put forth every effort in preparing the catalog for this auction to provide accurate descriptions of all items. All property is sold 'as-is' and it is the bidder’s responsibility to determine the exact condition of each item. Printed statements or descriptions by staff are provided in good faith and are matters of opinion.

2. Payments: All accounts must be settled at the conclusion of the auction. For Credit Card Payments: We accept Visa & MasterCard ONLY. Your credit card will be charged for your purchases, plus 5% buyer’s premium.. A pre-auction authorization will be performed to establish available credit. Debit cards may show a hold on funds for a short period of time. NOTHING will be charged to your card until a purchase is made. Each transaction necessary to collect insufficient funds will have a $25 fee imposed. Note: Checks may be processed upon receipt; be sure to have adequate funds in your account.

SELLER: Roger Hamilton, Leicester, NY

3. Pickups: Onsight on Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm each day. It is the buyer’s responsibility to check all contents of the package before removing it from the premises. If you pickup at an auction location or by another arrangement it is also your responsibility to check the contents of the package in the company of an Aumann Employee. We will not be held responsible for damaged or missing pieces once the package is in possession of the bidder. It’s your responsibility to review your purchases and their condition.

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