Machinery Pete TV
Machinery Pete TV: November 20, 2021
Sullivan Auctioneers kicks off a massive online sale. Pete and Dan highlight some choice Deere equipment. In the family for over 60 years, this 630 is still getting it done. And Pete fills us in on what's happening to values of used pickup trucks.
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Machinery Pete TV: November 26, 2022
Pete goes on tour at the John Deere Reman plant in Springfield, Missouri, and discovers why their remanufactured engines pass the test for quality and cost efficiency.
Machinery Pete TV: November 19, 2022
Top of the line hay and forage equipment makes this Wisconsin auction a popular place. This 2009 New Holland FR9060 forage harvester was the headliner.
Machinery Pete TV: November 12, 2022
We travel to Breezy Hill Farms for a retirement auction that features two late-model New Holland tractors that brought in bids from far and wide.
Machinery Pete TV: November 5, 2022
One more fly-by of the Lang auction in Iowa - a pair of planters take center stage as bidders from around the country take their shot.
Machinery Pete TV: October 29, 2022
An eclectic assortment of equipment could be found on this Union, Iowa sale - but a pair of 55 Series Deere tractors certainly caught everyone's attention.
Machinery Pete TV: October 22, 2022
The spotlight turns to classic pickups this week - this Hawaiian Blue Chevy Bonanza K10 is just of the of the gems at this Sullivan auction.
Machinery Pete TV: October 15, 2022
In Sullivan's classic car auction a massive family collection features a 1971 Torino Cobra. And Pete goes coast to coast to compare record auction prices.
Machinery Pete TV: October 8, 2022
Oh what a sight! Sullivan Auctioneers' massive classic car summer auction features some dream machines - and it doesn't get better than this '68 Shelby GT500.
Machinery Pete TV: October 1, 2022
We wrap up our look at the Tell City online auction with the twin turbo power of a 1984 Allis Chalmers 4W305.
Machinery Pete TV: September 24, 2022
More choice Allis Chalmers equipment is featured from Big Iron -it doesn't get much better than this pair of 1985 8070 tractors with sequencial serial numbers.