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One Day Spring Farm Auction Sale Date: Saturday May 2, 2015

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One Day Spring Farm Auction Sale  Date: Saturday May 2, 2015

Time: May 2, 2015 all day
Location: Tara, Ontario
Street: 17209 Grey Bruce Line,
City/Town: Tara, Ontario
Website or Map: https://www.google.ca/maps/pl…
Phone: 416–931–0174
Event Type: auction
Organized By: Bob Krist
Latest Activity: Apr 29, 2015

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Event Description

One Day Spring Farm Auction Sale

Date: Saturday May 2, 2015

Time: 9:30am start

Viewing and Pre-Registration: Friday May 1, 2015

Time: Noon until 8pm



17209 Grey Bruce Line, Tara, Ontario

Signs will be posted.


* All equipment and items sold "as is, where is".

* Some equipment and items being sold with a moderate reserve.

* All payments should be made out to and will be processed by Reinhart Auctions.


Phone bids and absentee bids are welcome.


Auction contact:

Bob Krist: 416 – 931 – 0174


This large sale will consist of:


            Equipment from three farms.





            Hay wagons

            Pick-up trucks

            Peterbilt truck

            Flatbed trailer

            Enclosed trailers

            Assortment of farm implements

            Much of the equipment is in mint condition and rarely used.

            much more......details coming soon.

        More outstanding memorabilia  and petroliana items from Bob Krist.

        Many other unique consigned items will make this another very exciting sale.


Website for more details: http://www.bobsgaspumps.com/bk-superauction/upcoming-auctions/bk-superauction-2015-spring-farm-sale

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