Booo! Too many Halloween treats? A new take on the Grim Reaper? Too many hours spent out in the fields? We may never know. After all, Halloween was just a week away.
The Apple Country Antique Engine and Tractor Association held it's 30th annual Fall Harvest Days show from October 22nd to Saturday 24th at the WNC Agricultural Center & Fairgrounds near Fletcher,NC. The featured mark for this year's event was Farmall / International Harvester and collectors from a number of states turned out to fill the fairgrounds.
There were a number of interesting exhibits and we'll have more on them in future posts; got to save something for the lean Winter months ahead. More than a show, this event is also an established swap meet with something for connoisseurs of fine junk of every persuasion. Since the market is fleeting we'll go shopping now and cut bait later.
Location, location, location. With that in mind the owner of this 54 Ferguson - 30 parked his trailer at the entrance to the show. Asking price $1800.
A 1945 Farmall H at $2500 OBO.
A Farmall 350 for $2800 OBO.
A 1976 model 185 Cub LoBoy $2500.
The owner was asking $3200 for this engine.
F 30 International Harvester for $1700.
Interested in any of the above? Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll try to contact the owner.
There were also items with for sale signs that provided little or no information like this 1959 Economy Type G . No price.
A 1958 International Cub LoBoy for $3333. No contact.
A 1979 International Cub for $3888. No contact.