So far I have seen 8 - large drum TT back wheels, a late model engine, 1924 roadster in fair condition, a TT cab, rolling chassis. A T rolling chassis, fenders, radiators and covers both A and T, an A rolling chassis, 1928 Chrysler coupe complete, a Lincoln like the one Kennedy was shot in, a 58 chaddy, Oakland rolling chassis, 26 antique tractors from 1920's and 60's, 4 hit-miss engines, a load of car parts I have no idea what they belong to. Both old and modern cars. A late 20's car with suicide doors, two MGB's, flat head v8's. That's just what we drug out today. A bunch more stuff to come.
If you would like, I can give an update each day of what I see. The auctioneer will in time on his web site be posting a photo book.
What I'm doing is getting as many of these tractors and earth moving equipment running as time allows. 98% of all stuff was under hard cover.
Yes, updates. That might be worth a drive north. Do you know when it will be?
What year is the Oakland chassis?
Steve: As far as I know now, the auction will be mid October. Will let you know as the date is firmed.
Verne: I have no idea. All I can tell you is it has a large drum brake with Rocky Mountian style brakes at all four wheels.
Oct. 28-31. Overbrook Ks. See the Higgenbotham Auctions.