Mecum's Spring Gone Farmin' Auction: April 14, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
MECUM’S ANNUAL SPRING GONE FARMIN’ TRACTOR AUCTION SLATED FOR APRIL 14TH
Expo Certified 1920 Waterloo Boy Headlines Spring Auction in Walworth, Wis.
WALWORTH, Wis., March 26, 2012. – Mecum’s annual Spring Gone Farmin’ vintage tractor auction will be hosted April 14th in Walworth, Wisconsin. The one-day sale will feature a wide variety of restored and unrestored tractors, including John Deere, Oliver, International, Farmall, Ford, Case, Ferguson and others from all eras of the 20th century.
The star of the show will be an Expo Certified 1920 Waterloo Boy N (Lot S55). To become Expo Certified, a tractor must be at least 95% original or restored to 95% original specifications. This beautifully restored example is equipped with Autosteer and was Expo Certified in 2009.
Eleven tractors from the Steve Renaud Collection will go home with the highest bidder after they cross the block at No Reserve. Additional tractors of note are a rare 1924 Twin Cities (Lot S33) and a 1959 Porsche Super (Lot S59).
Dan Mecum, Director of Mecum’s Gone Farmin’ division, cordially invites the general public to attend and bid at the auction free of charge: “There will be something to grab anyone’s attention at the Spring Gone Farmin’ Auction and we welcome everyone to buy, sell or spectate on Saturday, April 14th in Walworth.”
The auction preview will take place on Friday, April 13th from 3-7 p.m. and continue on Saturday starting at 7 a.m. The auction will begin at 10 a.m. on April 14. For more information and to view the early list of tractors, go to www.mecum.com or call 262.275.5050.
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