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Tractor collection up for auction

Tractor collection up for auction

Aumann Auctions has lots of lots of antique tractors and engines available for bidding online.

By Andrew Joseph, Farms.com; Image of McCormick Deering 10-20 from Aumann Auctions

Collectors dream about these types of opportunities.

Case. Cushman. David Brown. International. McCormick. Rumley.

If you collect tractors, engines or seeking antique ag-related sundry parts to complete your project, you might want to check out the May 31, 2022, auction from Aumann Auctions, who specialize in pre-1970’s agriculture & transportation related items.

Heck, there’s even an American LaFrance Firetruck!

From the collection of Bud Kaufmann, a collector for the past 20 years, he’s decided it’s time to share the enjoyment with other collectors.

Kaufmann has accumulated one of the largest collections of Cushman engines on the planet, with most of its models represented in the upcoming auction.

Aumann is showcasing over 130 lots of engines, tractors and more from Kaufmann’s collection.

Aumann Auctions is a family-owned business celebrating 60 years of personal service to their sellers and buyers. Opening in 1962 as an auction business serving their local community, the company has grown to be a global auction house across North America and Europe. But, its family values that made them known and trusted in the small farming community where they began, has been maintained to this day.

Online bidding is available now through May 31, 2022, at 6pm and 8pm.

Bidding information and a complete online listing of items up for sale can be found at: https://www.aumannvintagepower.com/.

Happy hunting!


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