This month the mule goes window shopping in a rust collectors field of dreams.
It was a bright, sunny day in February; one of few we've had this month that was warm enough to make you want to go outdoors and do something. I have admired this fine collection for a couple of years but have never seen anyone outside to ask about it. Since I was in the area I decided to drive by and sure enough the owner was outside working in the yard.
The good news is that everything you see in these photos is for sale. There are a few rules however, like it's sold as is in one piece. If you just want one part you're out of luck, no parts will be removed.
There is a lot more in this collection that I didn't take pictures of so if you're hunting something special just ask, it might be in there somewhere. As you might guess there is no computerized inventory so be patient. It might take a little time to find it.
How about a B.F. Avery ( model A? )
Or this McCormick - Deering 15 - 30. Asking price $1500.
A Case set up for orchard work.
Got too much time on your hands? Here's a restoration project that should keep you occupied for a while.
Need a threshing machine?
Or a J.D. Adams pull terracer? Although not installed the front wheel carriage comes with the grader.
There's plenty of horse powered equipment available too.
And adorable miniature donkeys to pull it. Priced at $300 and up.
The owner hadn't set a price on everything so if you see something you're interested in make a negotiable offer. For more information send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll reply as soon as possible. I'll be posting more photos on the General Store page soon so be sure to click on that tab and check them out.