Directions: 69 Highway to W 151st Street Exit, East on W 151st Street to Metcalf Avenue, South on Metcalf Avenue to W 151st Terrace, East on W 151st Terrace to Address. Watch for Signs!
Plenty of off street parking available in adjoining vacant lot - bring your trucks and trailers!
NICE AUCTION WITH A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF VEHICLES AND MANY AUTOMOTIVE RELATED ITEMS PLUS MUCH MORE - MAKE PLANS NOW TO ATTEND!
Restored Classic Vehicles
1963 Studebaker Hawk Gran Turismo “GT” coupe; 1949 Studebaker pick-up truck & matching truck bed trailer (offered separately); 1976 AMC Gremlin coupe; white Studebaker truck bed trailer
Portable Metal Building
Newer double sized garage metal building (to be properly dismantled and moved by buyer)
Marlin Model #30 .22 S/L/LR “Micro-Groove;” Sears, Roebuck & Co. “J.C. Higgins” Model #20 12 ga.
1950’s Vendo Coca-Cola machine-very nice & original; porcelain Texaco “Sky Chief” Gasoline sign; early service station lubester; service station metal trash can; (2) hardware store spring store displays; Studebaker Authorized Service large metal round sign; several automotive store displays; very rare Lincoln metal service station work station-1950’s; retro GM AC Diagnostic Tune-Up Center; early fire extinguisher on metal cart; State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance Co. metal license plate topper; early shop & car manuals; mid-century desk globe; retro wall art; stoneware whiskey jug; many primitives; antique Singer sewing machine in cabinet; unicorn mobile; Pepsi-Cola wooden advertising crate; hand-stitched quilts; glass oil lamps; retro knick-knacks; mid-century items; several antique kerosene heaters; sizable collection of whiskey decanters-some advertising, Hamm’s, etc.; Elvis whiskey decanters; mid-century art glass tall decanters; huge amount of vintage & NOS trucker advertising hats; crock; Avon bottles; few sterling spoons; Fenton “Button & Daisy” glass inverted top hat; lot 1950’s tin-litho state plates; old milk & soda glass bottles-some rare; retro barware; several galvanized washtubs-some w/ stands; meat grinder; old toasters; several 2-man saws; cast-iron skillets; old gas cans; mid-century metal wall clock; Crown Royal store display w/ bottle; folk art Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer ashtray man; glass insulators; old medicine cabinet; lots old lanterns-some Coleman; Pabst Blue Ribbon & Miller Lite beer lights-vintage; vintage Pabst Blue Ribbon beer lighted sign; vinyl “LP” records; wooden wagon; old printer’s type; retro horse head ashtray stand; Hot Wheels & other die-cast model cars; retro folding aluminum lawn chairs; old RR dolly; milk & cream cans; old oil cans; metal implement wheel; metal outdoor windmill; several old porcelain wringer washers; early Coleman kerosene heaters; retro & vintage kitchen goods; early tin-type & cabinet photos-some civil war; vintage beer tap display; 1950’s Pleasure Chest “Pal” metal cooler; Studebaker advertising wall clocks; carnival chalkware piggy bank-large; 14K ladies pocket watch; costume jewelry; service station sanitization metal cabinet; mid-century end & side tables; retro chalkware table lamps; several ash tray stands; unique wooden hump-back trunk; old oak file cabinets-industrial; & more!
Large amount of Snap-On, Blue Point, Mac, & Matco tools; pair metal car ramps; complete pneumatic tool set in case; industrial metal bolt bins & boxes full of hardware; several hydraulic floor jacks; air hoses; lots air tools-some heavy duty; parts washer; lots hand & power tools; older brake lathe machine; Gates windshield wiper service station; nice Kobalt 60 gal. air compressor; Walker “Model No. 88” 3K lift capacity bumper lift; wall-mount air hose reel w/ hose; Sioux valve grinder w/ many attachments-nice; Coats wheel balancer machine; tire machine; roll-around Mac tool chest; Snap-On wrenches; lots screwdrivers; heavy duty socket sets; lots drill bits; lots gaskets; shop manuals; etc.
Many yard, hand & power tools; files; some antique & vintage tools; lots hammers; pliers; tons of hardware; Toro “Porta-Heat” kerosene heater; Cummins diesel generator; several kerosene heaters; metal welding tanks; ladders; J.C. Penny “Swath” 26” 5HP gas-powered tiller; Toro gas-powered snow blower; Agri-Fab 17 cu. ft. pull-behind trailer; wheelbarrow; welding gauges; several NIB paint guns; NIB tools; creepers; hardware organizers full of hardware; jack stands; sprayers; overhead garage door motor; spa motor; carpenter’s tools; nice antique cast-iron anvil; Surewater “NCG” A-C arc welder; welding accessories; Ryobi gas-powered trimmer; several bench vises; cut-off saws; chop saws; air compressors; chains; gas cans; bench grinders; drill press; levels; squares; trailer accessories & hitches; Campbell Hausfeld 6HP gas-powered pressure washer; Honda 2400PSI pressure washer; extension cords; lots scrap metal & wire; & much more!
Set of (4) Buick chrome wheels-1980’s; large amount of Studebaker parts & accessories; etc.
Music boxes; Tupperware; glass canning jars; kitchen wares; linens; sewing notions; sewing material; large lighthouse collection; sea shells; home decor; household goods; miscellaneous items; & much more!
Seller: Billy & Myra McCorkendale
Auctioneer’s Note: Mr. McCorkendale was a long established mechanic and resident of Stanley, KS for most of his life, he has taken excellent care and pride in restoring his vehicles and taking care of his tools. There are many more tools and automotive related items in the auction than listed or pictured. Something for everyone, make plans now to attend!
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