Auction of the Estate of Paul Duga

Saturday August 7 @ 10am (preview 9am)

On site at @
99 Prospect St., Hatfield, MA 01038


Featuring farm vehicles, firewood, construction materials, heavy equipment, woodworking saws & tools; electrical equipment, plumbing supplies; welding torches & equipment, automotive supplies; hand and power tools; a large selection of hardware and much, much more!


Auction Highlights:

VEHICLES, TRAILERS & HEAVY EQUIPMENT: *

Alice Chalmers 5030 diesel tractor; 3-pt hitch grader blade (approx. 6”); 1971 Ford Dump Truck (runs); 4-foot PTO driven snowblower attachment; Haines Roto Con Mark 2 gravel processor (as found); 1993 Mitsubishi FE-FG Rack Truck; Blue Bird school bus; 1983 GMC Custom 30 flatbed truck; 1970s 6-cylinder Toyota Land Cruiser; single-axle bicycle trailer (holds 8 bikes); Galion Grade-O-Matic T600 Series B road grader; Drott 40 Cruz-Air loader with trenching bucket (runs); 2001 Big Tex 14K, 24’ flatbed gooseneck w/5-foot beaver tail; 1977 Chevy C20 Scottsdale truck; Cub Cadet 1330 2WD lawn tractor; Cub Cadet 1783 lawn tractor with leaf vac w/5hp Honda motor; John Deere 675B skid steer; Onan 45 GenSet Diesel Generator; Case CK 680 loader; Toro Workman 4200 2WD landscape vehicle w/dump body (runs); 1991 GMC 1500 Cab & chassis w/snowplow blade; 1992 Dodge Dakota pickup extended cab; 12-foot flatbed trailer with rack body; 1999 Ford F350 PowerStroke 7.3 diesel, 4WD, automatic; unassembled NIB bicycle trailer; etc.

* All vehicles and equipment listed are As Found unless otherwise specified.

FIREWOOD, WOOD PROCESSING EQUIPMENT & STOVES/FURNACES:

30-40 cords of cut & seasoned firewood; Hakki Pilke 60OH Firewood Processor; plywood; 20-foot firewood conveyor w/5hp Briggs & Stratton motor; Vermeer BC625A wood chipper; Elite XT Empyre Wood Furnace; The Earth Stove parlor stove with marble top & hearth (2’ x 19”); other wood stoves; chainsaws; sawmill blades (assorted sizes); Foley Mfg blade sharpener model #360; logging chains; etc.

CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL:

Large assortment of lumber (various sizes & grades); many coils of steel wire; PVC & metal pipe (various types & sizes); Tecumseh generator; pallets of bricks, pavers; 275-gallon water tanks; steel I beams; steel plates; pallet racks; steel grating; metal spiral staircase; MQ MultiQup cement mixer; assorted steel and metal lots including storage tanks, engines, Ansul-type hood, plow blades; etc.

METAL-WORKING EQUIPMENT:

Pexto 8-foot sheet metal brake (Peck, Stow & Wilcox) with stand & jack; Chicago steel-bending brake; metal-cutting bandsaw; 18-inch shaper vise; 74-inch telescopic jack; Kalamazoo MEP Pergola ¾ hp cold-cut circular saw; WT 1/2hp bench grinder on pedestal; aluminum brake & benches; Royersford-Excelsior arbor press; Scotsman Iron Worker; OTC 25-ton hydraulic shop press; 1940s South Bend toolroom lathe, 141/2” x 7-feet, with taper attachment and collet setup, 3-jaw chuck & 4-jaw chuck, faceplate, Phase 1 quick-change tooling, lantern tool post; Covel Model 10 surface grinder (6”x18” table); Clausing Kondia (Bridgeport Clone) 9’’ x 42” KV-1 knee mill, Anilam Mini Wizard DRO with attached swivel vice, with R-8 collets and a lot of tooling; Fryer MB11 Cat-40 CNC bed mill with 10” x 50” table with Centroid DRO and coolant, no tooling; ShopOutfitters 238 arch & ring roller; Hansford Davis Key seater; steel work/welding table (3’x4’) with Charles Parker vice; with etc.

TOOLBOXES, TOOLS, & HARDWARE

AMF DeWalt Radial Arm Saw; Milwaukee drill press; DeWalt chop saw; Dayton 9”x36” belt sander; SystemPak Hydraulic Power Unit; Craftsman 15½” drill press; Black & Decker plywood saw; large assortment of hand-held drills & saws (various brands), plus other power tools; NIB bench griders; Storehouse 3-piece rolling toolchest( 26” wide x 13” deep x 53” tall) with contents; NIB Storehouse 2-piece rolling toolchest; H&H (New Britain, CT) metal storage lockers (90½” long x 78” tall x 19” deep); other lockers; CSPS stainless steel 19-drawer plus rolling toolbox with contents (many full drawers); 7-drawer USG side cabinet toolbox with contents (several full drawers); electrical hardware & fixtures; plumbing hardware, pipe, & fixtures; automotive filters, fluids, cleaners, tools & equipment; woodworking hand tools and hardware; painting supplies; jacks; pipe fittings; ladders; air hoses; Rigid brand pipe-threading set; fasteners; extension cords; metal & wood clamps; NIB jump boxes; Multiton walk-behind forklift; NIB 5hp engine; 2 NIB 13hp, 4-stroke engines; creepers; Archer 3500 PSI pressure washer with 13hp Honda engine; etc.

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Terms of sale: Each item for sale is sold AS-IS, WHERE-IS. All sales are final. We have made every attempt to describe each item as accurately as possible. We are not responsible for errors or omissions. A 15% Buyer’s Premium; 10% for cash or check. 6.25% MA sales tax. Tax exempt buyers must provide their resale certificate/tax exempt number when obtaining a bidder’s number. Payment must be in U.S. dollars. Payment must be made at the conclusion of the auction. Removal days: Day of Sale, Sunday 8/8, 10am-4pm and thereafter by appointment.


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