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Watched 20-40 Rumely sell, at auction...

Discussion in 'Old Iron!' started by DIYDAVE, Sep 22, 2019.


    DIYDAVE Senior Member

    Feb 18, 2007
    Hot day, yesterday, was at a sale, near Gettysburg, PA, watched a 20-40 (1922) Rumely oil pull sell, it brought $27, 500, or thereabouts. Lots of old IH iron, there too. some restored, some not. Tractors, dozers, power units, and a few smalls. As gooda way as any to waste a day. Considering we ain't had no rain, fer 2 months, or so, it was better than workin on the busted axle on my trailer! anyway, here's a link...


    This ain't it, but a similar one...