1987 IHC S2500 grain truck, Cummins L10 diesel, Fuller 9 spd trans. w/hi-lo range, 18' l x 5' h Midland steel box, single axle w/air lift tag axle, saddle tanks, Shur-Lok roll tarp, air axle needs bearing repair, box shows fertilizer erosion, not currently licensed for highway, 11R22.5 fair rubber. Odometer reads 30,549.7 miles, but odometer not working correctly. Used only for field work for 25 years.
Preview date: Saturday, April 16th, 11 – 3 p.m. MST
Equipment Location: 2 miles N. of Hogeland, MT on Poland Road or 28 miles north of Harlem, MT.
The Kiedrowski Farm has been in the family for four generations and Dan has retired and is liquidating all of the equipment and shop tools. This is a nice lineup of functional equipment that has had consistent care and maintenance.
**NEW LOTS ADDED!** Check out the new additions from the shop, beginning at Lot #51.
Dan Kiedrowski, owner: 406-390-5433
Shobe Auction Office: 406-538-5125
Jayson Shobe, Auctioneer: 406-366-5125
Jeff Jedlicka, Auctioneer: 406-478-1942
Kyle Shobe, Auctioneer: 406-366-0472
· DAN KIEDROWSKI RETIREMENT FARM AUCTION TERMS & CONDITIONS:
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A Buyer's Premium of 4% will be added to each lot’s high bid to establish the sale price for each lot. Example: $100 bid price + 4% buyer’s premium = $104 total invoice amount.
You must be 18 years of age or older to register and bid. During the registration process, you must submit information found to be current, complete, and accurate for proper identification. You acknowledge that it is your responsibility to continually maintain current and accurate account information. All bids are final and cannot be retracted or removed.
The identity of all bidders will be verified, bidding rights are provisional, and if complete verification is not possible, AAS/SAR will reject the registration, and bidding activity will be terminated.
All sales are final. There are no returns, refunds, credit card charge-backs or adjustments.
This will be an online only bidding forum with increments as determined by the Auctioneer. Bidding starts at the nominal opening bid indicated and is open to the public. The Auctioneer is the sole arbiter and controller of the conduct of the auction and shall be the final and absolute authority without liability to any party.
All bidding increments and payments will be in US Dollars (USD).
LOT DESCRIPTIONS & CONDITION
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All payments are to be made online via one of the payment options below.
At the end of the auction, all successful online bidders will receive an invoice and payment link via email. All invoices must be paid by 5 PM on Thursday, April 21st, 2022. If payment directions are not received by AAS/SAR by this time, invoices with a balance up to $2,500 will be charged to the credit card on file, invoices over $2,500 will be charged an additional 5% late payment fee. AAS/SAR accepts the following forms of payment:
1) Check, PAYABLE TO: SHOBE AUCTION, 408 W. MAIN, LEWISTOWN, MT 59457
2) Wire transfer, $20 convenience fee
3) MasterCard, Visa, Discover Cards accepted with a 3.5% convenience fee
a. Credit card information can be updated online in your account settings.
b. Credit cards declined for any reason will be charged a $30 processing fee to process another card.
Non-paying bidders or fraudulent bidding will be subject to legal recourse and possible criminal charges including any fraud and/or interstate commerce violations.
PICKUP TIME & LOCATION
AAS/SAR will be on site at Hogeland on Thursday, April 21st, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Additional arrangements can be made by calling Shobe Auction, 406-538-5125 or Jayson Shobe, 406-366-5125. A loader will be available on Thursday, April 21st. All equipment must be removed by May 6th.
Items will be released once full payment is made. Your invoice will be available for viewing and payment in your "Account Details" after the entire auction has concluded. You may view and pay you invoice at that time.
Pickup address and contact information will be included on your invoice.
Items not picked up within 10 calendar days after auction closing are considered abandoned. No refunds will be given for abandoned items.
Shipping is not available for this auction.
Merchandise become the FULL RESPONSIBILITY of the buyer at the close of the auction and the buyer assumes all risk of loss and damage to property at that time. In any such event, the bidder will be responsible for payment for the original purchase and the costs of collection of this payment and/or damages resulting from the resale of the property.
BIDDING IS NOT CONTINGENT UPON FINANCING
Buyer must have financing arranged, if needed, and be capable of paying cash at closing.
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AUCTION CHECKOUT DATE:
· THU, APR 21 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., or by appointment. All equipment must be removed by May 6th.