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Tools - Model A parts - Guns - Household

Tools - Model A parts - Guns - Household

Seller: Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Kottas

Date: Saturday June 27th – 9:00 am

Location: 1120 E. 12th Harper, KS                      PRINTABLE LIST CLICK HERE


Car Trailer: 16’ wood deck with 2’ beaver tail, ramps, manual winch, (like new)


Lawn & Garden: 20 V. DeWalt lawn trimmer, shovels, elec. hedge trimmer, electric chainsaw, mole traps, live traps, roto-tiller, Dixon mower w/12 Hp Briggs, Rain Train and other sprinklers, Honda self-propelled mower with bagger,

Shop & Tools: Craftsman rolling toolbox, acetylene torch, bead blasting cabinet, parts washer, Lincoln Weld-Pak 100 (110 V with gas btl.), several sets of jack stands, gravity paint gun, log chains, creeper, battery chargers, shop lights, 6’ fiberglass step ladder, brad nailer, bolt bins, DeWalt D/A sander, Craftsman buffer, 4” Makita, DeWalt Sawz-All (new), DeWalt electric drill, Bosch cordless drill, Craftsman jigsaw, 100’ fish tape, soldering guns and irons, Makita electric drill, Craftsman router, Craftsman belt sander, bar clamps, 30 gal. Craftsman air compressor, shop vac, Pneumatic die grinder, ½” impact, & 900 drill, letter and number steel stamps, set of Cen-Tec micrometers 1” – 3”, SnapOn bushing driver set, bolt cutters, impact sockets, C-clamps, Workmate workbench, lot of new nuts & bolts etc. 1/2” & 3/8” torque wrenches, multimeter, files and rasps, rivet gun, dial calipers, drill indexes, Craftsman tap & die set (4-40 – ½”), pipe taps, auger bits, pipe wrenches, cylinder deglazer and ridge remover, valve compressors and lapping tools, tubing kit (cut, flare, bend), electric oscillating multi-tool, laser tachometer, induction volt/amp meter, several grease guns, Craftsman 2800 PSI power washer w/ 7.0 Briggs, nail apron, floor jacks, all types of name brand wrenches, sockets, pliers, screwdrivers, hammers, etc.

Household & Furniture: Electric White Mountain ice cream freezer, GE refrigerator, 19.7 cu/ft upright
Whirlpool freezer, card tables and chairs, antique library table, Antique Hoosier cabinet (complete) antique record cabinet, arm chairs, recliner, sofas, stereos, wine refrigerator, misc. small appliances, misc. glassware, cookware, Tupperware, milk glass, coffee table, hall tree, recipe books, small flat screen TV,

Outdoor: Fishing tackle, Fishing poles, Men’s & Women’s golf clubs and caddies, shooting clays, binoculars, Metal detector, lot of ice chests and water coolers, Weber propane grill, Oklahoma Joe smoker, patio table and chairs, Brinkman smoker,

Guns & Ammo: 2- DL-155 Pacific reloading presses, Texan powder scales, reload powder, shot, and supplies, 12 slot gun cabinet (oak), hunting clothes,

  1. Winchester 243 rifle, lever action controls the bolt. Model 88, serial 54834. This has two clips for bullets. 3x9 variable Leupold scope (serial 36127)
  2. Ruger 177 pellet rifle, Model: Ruger Air Magnum, serial: AD116344. 3x9 variable Piney scope

#3: Ruger 22 cal rifle (LR), bolt action, Model: Ruger American, serial: 833-86316, 3x9 variable BSA scope. This gun has never been fired

#4: Ithaca 20 gauge shotgun, Model 37 (pump), serial: 371183057, 26" barrel with improved cylinder choke

#5: Remington 22 cal rifle (pump), Model 572, serial ... unknown (I looked and looked; could not find one)

  1. Mass Arms Company 410 break-open single shot shotgun. I cannot find a model or serial. In researching Mass Arms, they were built from 1849 to 1930, serial numbers were not required during that time.

#7: Glock 9mm pistol with 3 clips. This gun has never been fired. Model: Gen4, serial: BFFA003, has hard case

Antiques & Collectables: Ford wooden battery box, Ford wrenches, 1930 & ’31 Kansas car tags, glass insulators, canning jars, Enterprise meat grinder, enamel ware, crock, washboards, belt buckles, #40 Daisy churn, oil lamps, Perfection stove,

Model “A” parts: Ford specialty tools, leaf spring spreader, valve guides, upper & lower timing gears, oil pumps, new and used speedometers, remanufactured and used carburetors, new and used bearings of all kinds, new piston rings (.060 over), hydraulic shocks, shock arms, 2 & 7 tooth steering sectors and worm gears, used connecting rods, oil fill tubes, 2 & 4 blade radiator fans, 6 V horns, front emergency brake levers, all kinds of lights and accessories, 3- refurbished 19” wheels and 4 unfinished, clutch, housing, pressure and friction plates, torque tubes, axle tube, axle and diff., exhaust heaters, intake manifolds, window regulators, crank & cam shafts, valve cover, starters, generators, 1929 rear fender repair panel, several radiators (both stock and pressurized), radiator caps (decorative and plain) oil caps, all kinds of hardware off of Model A’s, 2- transmissions, hood, set of front fenders, other misc. sheet metal pcs, brake drums and parts, Model “A” manuals and magazines,


Terms: All items are sold as is, where is. Cash, Check with proper ID, Visa & MasterCard accepted as payment. Payment due the day of the sale. Please be mindful and practice Covid-19 precautions.

Auctioneers Notes: This is a very nice auction, all the tools and equipment are in great shape, many appear to have barely been used.