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Troy Harris

02-18-2012 14:42:26




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I am looking for someone with more knowledge than I about some tractor parts.

My grandfather owned an Alis tralmers dealership and he has passed away. My family is looking to sell the parts that are there but not sure what all of them are of if it is just junk? You can call if you like this is located in central Wisconsin. 320-630-7036




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Tom Yaz

02-21-2012 07:36:48




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 Re: parts in reply to Troy Harris, 02-18-2012 14:42:26  
If you have any All-Crop harvester parts I would be interested.



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Troy Harris

02-19-2012 11:26:39




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 Re: parts in reply to Troy Harris, 02-18-2012 14:42:26  
Thank you for all the info I know my grandfather would want these parts to go to someone who will appreciate them.



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SW in Iowa.

02-19-2012 09:09:44




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 Re: parts in reply to Troy Harris, 02-18-2012 14:42:26  
Good idea. Please contact Aumann or Lonnie Nixon in Nebraska at Nixon Auctioneers.



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DiyDave

02-19-2012 04:29:19




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 Re: parts in reply to Troy Harris, 02-18-2012 14:42:26  
Poster below is right about Aumann, if there is enough stuff their, to do day's auction. I went to a local auction, in southern PA, several years ago, former AC dealer, dealership had a fire, in late 60's, closed for 30 years, was like stepping back in a time capsule. Even the plow shares, that were in the burnt part of the building, sold for good money. If Aumann won't do it, try to find a local auctioneer, and advertise heavily.

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Charles Trent

02-18-2012 18:48:31




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 Re: parts in reply to Troy Harris, 02-18-2012 14:42:26  
Sorry to hear about your grandfather.



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Ryan Renko

02-18-2012 16:56:31




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 Re: parts in reply to Troy Harris, 02-18-2012 14:42:26  
You may have just hit the lottery!!!



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Randy Freshour

02-18-2012 14:49:33




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 Re: parts in reply to Troy Harris, 02-18-2012 14:42:26  
DO NOT JUNK anything !! You need to contact an auction company. I would recommend Aumann auctions.



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TractorJohn

02-19-2012 03:53:13




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 Re: parts in reply to Randy Freshour, 02-18-2012 14:49:33  
Hope you make alot of money.
This post was edited by TractorJohn at 05:15:01 02/19/12 2 times.



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TractorJohn

02-18-2012 14:47:10




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 Re: parts in reply to Troy Harris, 02-18-2012 14:42:26  
You might be sitting on a little gold mine. Be careful who you deal with with the parts.



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