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AUCTION International Harvester Magneto 6 Cylinder F6-25432 - $35 (SE Salem)

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condition: salvage
THIS WILL BE IN OUR FARM AUCTION JULY 13th
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International Harvester Magneto 6 Cylinder F6-25432

Fresh off an old deceased farmers barn shelf.
Has good impulse but no spark.
I don’t feel any magnetism from the big red magnet.
I used an emery board to file the points, (they look good), but no spark from the spring that contacts the cap.
No cracks or repairs found and the mounting holes look good. There is some mud dobber mud in some of the plug wire holes.
ccw

FARM AUCTION JULY 13th SE Salem
For inquires and information, contact Chuck at CBL Auctioneers: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61559144607333
On-site bidding, 2 auctioneers. (No internet bidding).
Been accused of being a hoarder. I prefer to call it, not putting things in their proper place in a timely matter. And, bringing home treasures that I'll get to really soon.
Had one household type garage sale here about 25 years ago. About 10 people showed up, never had one since.

From cars, Backhoe, Farm implements, There will be LOTS of breakables: Glassware, Pottery, Porcelain, Knickknacks, etc. Games, Toys, Prints, Ephemera. Hundreds of Playboy Vargas girls, Playboys from 1968 to??
Tons of scrap iron brass aluminum copper wiring.
Welders, VTG Vises, Axes, Hatchets, Couple hundred cow bells, Couple hundred rotary telephones (Most were tested).
Handicap scooters (some for parts, some just old, most just need batteries).
VTG Industrial gas engines and lots of parts (even obsolete Tecumseh).
Industrial benches (Army surplus, etc),
Milling machine.
HD 5 HP 2 stage compressor w/ starter box.
Billygoat 8HP lawn vac.
Wood working, Grizzly cast iron table saw with accessories, Jointer.
Metal band saw.
Restaurant style coffee maker, VTG Coffee grinders electric and hand-crank.
VTG Hwy road signs plus others enamel and porcelain, Porcelain barn/gas station lights.
1950's wooden egg crates (Marked Henny Penny Eggs).
Lots of 4'X 2' Borrough metal shelving (Trailer full). 4 to 5 tier HD gondola shelving, other shelving both wood and metal, Pallet racking (From closed Sears tire store).
Antique steel wheel plows, Old disc, Box scraper, Back blade.
2 Onan Gensets (1 on propane) Couple rebuilt Kohler and Briggs (maybe 12 to 14 HP.
225 Lincoln welder w/parts to convert to 12v start.
VTG Chainsaws (some run with gas/oil mix down carb).
Oars, Paddles, Coleman.
Monarch wood cook stove.
Lumber from 125 YO house I tore down in the 80's (Mainly Dutchlap style siding and 6" & 8"baseboards NO knots perfectly straight grain). Other lumber.
VTG used car truck lights carbs parts, Don't remember what all, (stored from 1969).
Used aluminum roofing (from my barn and one outbuilding).
VTG fire extinguishers (metal and glass).
Natural gas porcelain Hotel lobby heater complete (20's).
Chipper, Lawn thatcher, Honda self-propelled mower, Rototillers.
Buckets, boxes, totes, full of nuts & bolts. Nut & Bolt bins
Propane patio heater, Diesel fired torpedo heater (wear ear protection).
A dab of VTG furniture, Fireplace brass fenders.
PLUS Lots more relics yet to be uncovered and things I don’t remember having. Everything goes. We have to completely dispose of everything in 4 buildings to clean the farm up so we can sell it and find something smaller. Keep an eye on CBL's Facebook page for photos and updates this June. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61559144607333


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