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Sat Nov 27 - 10:00AM

1038 Township Road 984, Ashland, OH Click to Map

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Saturday November 27th – 10 AM

1928 & ’29 Ford Roadsters – ’54 Harley Davidson – UTVs – Mower – Tractor – Tools – Primitives & Collectables - Ammo

Auction held on location at 1038 Township Road 984, Ashland.  From Ashland take State Route 511 north to Twp. Rd. 984. 

Roadsters – Motorcycles: Restored 1928 Ford Model A Roadster, rumble seat, odometer shows 34,983 miles; 1929 Ford Model A Roadster Pickup, 5 spd. manual, shows 58,367 miles; (5) Firestone 4.40/4.50-21 white wall tires on spoke rims; assorted model A parts; 1954 Harley Davidson Hummer 165 ST motorcycle, odometer shows 3,008 miles; 1978 Honda Twinstar motorcycle; Honda dirt bike; Amish Harley Davidson; several old motorcycles for parts (no titles); assorted Harley parts; Direct-Lift 4 post drive on car lift; and more.

UTVs – Boats: EZ-GO Workhorse, gas engine, manual dump bed, good rubber, camo; Yamaha Rhino 660, runs but needs work; 12’ aluminum boat; paddle boat; Gamefisher 7.5 boat motor; trolling motors; floating boat dock; and more.

Mower - Tractor – Equip: sharp Ferris Big Block Z zero turn mower, 30hp, 60” deck, only 170 hours; Ford 9N tractor; 3pt boom lift; 5’ 3pt brush hog; 3pt carryall; 6’ single axel utility trailer; (2) 40’ semi-trailers for scrap; several scrap piles; and more to be discovered.

Tools: assorted hand and shop tools; Craftsman rolling tool box; Porter Cable 24 gallon air compressor; Clarke benchtop sander; air hammer set; assorted power tools; pipe vise; acetylene torches; Lincoln 220 arc welder; welding supplies; nuts, bolts, screws, and fasteners; 10’ Werner step ladder; various oils; funnels; grease guns; car ramps; jack stands; ATV lift; floor jacks; creepers; tow straps; ropes; come alongs; chains and binders; Reese hitches; log tongs; space heaters; extension cords; work lights; Stihl MS250 Chainsaw; Stihl FS56C weed eater; shovels, racks, and other garden tools; cant hook; mauls; spud bars; gas and diesel cans; steel barrels; trash cans; small dumpster; and much more.

Livestock: 14’ tandem axle bumper pull low profile livestock trailer; sheep trimming stands; halters, ropes, and sheep tack; barn fans; large assortment of feed pans and buckets; a few feeders; tack boxes; T-posts; fence panels; fencing supplies; balance beam scales; and more.

Ammo: good assortment of ammo including: 12 & 16 ga., .30-06, .22, .22 mag, 9mm, .38spl, 7mm, and more; gun cases; gun cleaning kits; holsters; assorted firearm and hunting supplies; Horton Hunter supreme crossbow with scope; crossbow bolts and broadheads; hunting clothes; binoculars; tackle boxes and fishing supplies; hunting blinds; and more.

Collectables – Household: Large assortment of Harley Davidson collectables and memorabilia: die cast cars, piggy banks, shirts, cans, and more; assorted Kamikaze Jump shirts and memorabilia; Hot Rod and other magazine collections; Charly Weaver bartender; posters and signs; a few old license plates; hat collection; deer and elk antlers; Native American memorabilia; 6’ hand carved Indian statue; A few arrowheads; Hamilton collector plates; crocks and jugs; milk cans; milk can stools; wood barrels; whiskey kegs; cast iron dinner bell; cast pots; tractor seats; wood wagon seats; good assortment of primitives; spittoon; Drummond tobacco cutter; ice tongs; old school desk; lanterns; old erector set; assorted household items; pots and pans; flatware; dishes; house fans; luggage; pictures and frames; towels and linens; sweepers; carpet cleaner; assorted box lots; and much more.

Furniture: dovetail blanket chest; oak cupboard; bookshelves; wood benches, stools, and chairs; Adirondack chair; picnic tables; lifetime tables; flatscreen TV; recliners; queen bed with newer mattress; dressers; steamer trunks; and more.

Auction Note: This is a good size auction with a diversity of items.  For those of you who knew David C. know we are finding surprises as unique as he was.  The auction starts at 10 with 2 crews, one on collectables and the other on tools and shop supplies.  The vehicles and bigger items will sell after the real estate at noon.  Details available at

Auction by order of the David C. Rader Estate

Ashland Prob. 21-1234 – Jennifer Heyl and Charles Rader – Executors

Josiah Mason, Attorney

Andy White 419-651-2152 – Drew Turner – Jake White – Mary Hartley

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