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Buyers make Case IH combine top item at equipment auction

Buyers make Case IH combine top item at equipment auction

The Case IH 7120 combine sold for $139,000 Auction Report

Interested buyers in Western Canada made a Case IH combine the top selling item during a recent Ritchie Bros. auction.

A 2011 Case IH 7120 combine sold for CAD$139,000 (US$110,727) during the auction in Prince Albert, Sask. on June 9.

Specs: 1,421 engine hours, 1,087 separator hours, Air Conditioner, Air Ride Seat, Reverser, Variable Speed Reel, Auto Header Height Control, Fore & Aft, AFS Pro 600 Display, Case IH 262 Antenna/ Receiver, 2010 US EPA Label, Pickup S/N - CCC0023826, Case IH 2016 14 ft, AFX Rotor, 21 ft Auger, Lateral Tilt Feederhouse, Grain Tank Extensions, Chaff Spreader, Integrated Chopper, HID Lights, 520/85R42 Dual Front Tires, 540/65R30 Rear Tires.

2011 Case IH 7120 combine

A 2000 Case IH 9380 MFWD tractor sold for CAD$120,000 (US$95,592).

Specs: 5,351 hours, Differential Lock, 12 Forward 3 Reverse, Power Shift, 4 Rear Remotes, Auxiliary Hydraulics, Dual 710/70R38 Tires, Cummins N14.

Case IH 9380

A 1993 Case IH 9270 4WD tractor sold for CAD$72,000 (US$57,355).

Specs: 5,792 hours, Enclosed Cab, Air Conditioner, 12 Forward 3 Reverse, Power Shift, 4 Rear Remotes.

Case IH 9270

A 2001 Volvo 6x4 grain truck sold for CAD$53,000 (US$42,220).

Specs: 751,271 km, 465 hp Engine, 2000 US EPA Label, Engine Brake, Eaton Fuller 13-Speed Manual Transmission, Differential Lock, 12349 lb Front Axle, 40000 lb Rears, 3.73:1 Axle Ratio, 52349 lb GVWR, Air Ride Cab, Aluminum Wheels, 11R22.5, Air Ride Suspension, 240 in Wheelbase, PTO, CIM Body, Electric Roll Tarp, 20 ft x 8 ft 4 in x 75 in Box, Rear Controls, Rear Fender.

Volvo grain truck

A 1996 Prairie Star 4920 25ft. swather sold for CAD$38,000 (US$30,271).

Specs: 1,401 hours, 21.5-16.1SL Front Tires, 9.5L-14 Rear Tires, Header S/N - 105385, MacDon 960 Draper Header, P/U Reel, Triple Delivery.

Prairie Star 4920

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