Monday, Jun 10, saw a latest monthly Cambridge Machinery Sales auction take place during Cheffins Auctioneers’ sale drift in Sutton, Cambridge (England).
This news focuses on what we like to call a ‘best of a rest’ – from a small, spartan-looking Renault right adult to a huge, multi-tracked Case IH. It should be remarkable that a series of a tractors during this auction unsuccessful to sell, however (having not reached their reserves).
In concomitant articles, we demeanour during a accumulation of big-name brands – to see how they fared underneath a hammer.
Tim Scrivener was during a auction for AgriLand to take these photographs and to note a pivotal prices. All of a cinema in this news are from Monday’s auction.
All (hammer/sale) prices are theme to a ‘buyer’s premium’ of 2%.
All (hammer/sale) prices are also theme to VAT during a internal rate (i.e. VAT contingency be combined to all of a prices in a captions below).
Any matter of accessible hours might simply be a thoughtfulness of what’s manifest on a tractor’s odometer or, if that’s not available, what’s claimed in a auction catalogue.
Click on a thumbnail in a gallery (below) to open adult a full-size image; once non-stop we can corkscrew laterally to see a subsequent picture. Refer to any heading to see sum of any lot, including a produce price.