Over 1000 people from across the prairie provinces (including Ontario) attended the Dunkle Auction Services restored antique tractor auction in Viking, Ab. Sat., Aug. 13. ECA Review/Submitted
Over one thousand people from across the prairie provinces (including Ontario) attended the Dunkle Auction Services restored antique tractor auction for Norman and Judy Erickson of Viking, Ab. this past Sat., Aug. 13.
The event was a rare opportunity to go back in time and witness an impressive lineup of unique restored antique tractors.
There were 74 tractors in total with 71 of them being completely restored.
The auction also had online bidders from the United States and the United Kingdom.
A rare 1938 John Deere “D” with the exhaust manifold and the air intake on the right-hand side (John Deere archives state that they only know of three left in existence worldwide) sold for $29,000.
The smallest John Deere made was a John Deere LA with seven horsepower and it sold online for $12,000.