Details for NORTHERN INVESTMENT COMPANY - Ad from 2019-09-28

Located: (S7755 Lowes Creek Rd, Eau Claire, WI, 54701) 2 mi South of Eau Claire,
WI, on Hwy 93 to Cty Rd II, then West 1 mi to Lowes Creek Rd, then 1 1/2 mi south.
OR, North of Eleva, WI, on Hwy 93 to Cedar Rd, then North on Lowes Creek Rd.
Watch for NIC auction arrows.

Friday, Oct. 4th

Sale Time: 9:00
Lucy’s Lunch; Restroom
NOTE: This will be a Very Clean & Well Organized sale with Something for
Everyone! View the MANY color photos at www.NorthernInvestment.Com Be
aware that this listing & the many photos do not represent all that is available, there
is MUCH MORE! In case of inclement weather, a tent will be available.
VEHICLES: 1955 Ford Fairlane 302 engine, 2dr; 2000 Ford XLT Explorer, 4x4, 4dr, 165K mi
TOOLS & HAND TOOLS: 3 stacking tool
boxes, Craftsman & Snap-on; vise grips; screw
drivers; 100+ sockets & impacts, Snap-on, SK,
Craftsman; oil cans; ratchets & extensions; deep
wells; air tools-grinder, impacts, drill ratchets,
chisels, & greaser; wrenches; tin snips; come-alongs; trouble light; drills; grinders; 2 Craftsman
table saws; scroll saw; Craftsman band saw;
3 large vises, 1 swivels; 10+ tool boxes w/tools; chain hoist; B&D jack hammer;
Milwaukee hammer drill; tap & dies; grease guns; welding clamps; hammer; pry
bar; Century battery charger; engine analyzer; specialty tools; large twin-cylinder air
compressor w/5HP motor; 2 portable air compressors; gas cans; creeper; jumper
cables; chainsaw; Delta table-top sander; 2 sand blasters; plus many other tools
& specialty tools not listed
AUTOMOTIVE PARTS: (many unique & collectible auto parts) lots of chrome
& emblems for 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, & 60’s; Model A parts; 100+ automotive manuals;
hub caps; switches; filters; dashes; license plates; carburetor; lights; shocks; 1930’s
Hudson radiator; lots of New old stock; many other parts not listed
SIGNS: large 4’x8’Arvin Mufflers and Pipes sign; stoplight, in working order; stoplight
sign; WORX Red Wing shoe light; Rope Plymouth thermometer
SPORTING GOODS: 2 sets of Moose antlers; 2 bull skulls;
mule deer mount; antelope mount; Northern fish mount; lots
of deer antlers; hunting knives; tackle boxes; 25+ fish poles;
boat motor carburetors; Coleman heaters & light; ice auger; ice
fishing poles & tackle; rifle & shotgun shells; coolers; gun case;
bows & arrows; 8+ boat motors- Mercury, Johnson, & Evinrude;
Louisville Slugger bat; baseball mitts & more
100+ TOYS & COLLECTOR CARS: die cast Chrysler 1:24;
20+ Gearbox Texaco 1:18; 10+ Road Tough 1:18; 1949 Ford
Woody wagon; Tonka; John Deere; Hot Wheels; Pennzoil; Gulf;
Cat; 10+ Road Legends; Toys R Us; fire trucks & much more!
incl. Speedster; AMF Pacesetter; tractor w/trailer; Garton chaindriven tractor; Toledo hardware scale; Roper apartment-size chest freezer; Hanson
dairy scale; 30 Dolly Madison milk bottles in crate; oars; old sleds; plastic globes; old
Victorian couch; fire extinguishers; milk cans; Remington stamped box; pocket knives;
2) CB transceivers; some Allis Chalmers parts; vintage lap robe
SPECIAL ITEMS: Poulan Pro 28” snowblower; Troy-Bilt rear tine tiller; cement
mixer; Sonic mobility scooter, battery operated
Terms: Cash or Check. 5.5% Sales Tax will be charged on applicable items. Auction
day announcements supersede printed material. Items sold “As Is”.

Norman & Beverly Jurjen Estate

NORTHERN INVESTMENT CO. Clerk & Cashier, Mondovi, WI 715.926.4265, Registered Wisconsin Auction Co. Lic. #10 Rep. by
Dave Nehring, Osseo, WI, 715.797.0253,
Auctioneer: Jamie Back, Independence, WI. Registered Wisconsin Auctioneer
License #2232, Ph. 715.797.0802.


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