Mixed offering draws 100

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Mixed offering draws 100

A CROWD of around 100 people came to the clearing sale at Lindeith, 8455 Bass Highway, Leongatha, last Friday.
The warm, fine morning brought out many curious and interested people for the sale, which offered everything from tractors to a flame thrower from an outside vendor.
Fortunately the property has ample parking for visitors and a well maintained driveway.
The clearing sale followed November’s auction in which Geoff Bond sold the 65 acre property for an undisclosed sum of more than $830,000.
Items for sale from the farm included a Massey Ferguson 240 tractor and a Massey Ferguson 178 tractor with forks and bucket.
The 240 tractor sold for $10,000 to the new owners of the property, while the 178 tractor sold for $5250 to a buyer from Dumbalk.
The mood on the day was positive and low-key, with friends and neighbours catching up for a chat.
A Yamaha Bear Tracker quad motorbike sold for $1000 and a JTS slasher for $1200.
Other items included a Stihl chainsaw, an angle grinder, tyres and various smaller items.
Other unusual items were left-hand golf clubs and a thigh trainer.
Auctioneer Glenn Wright reported Mr Bond was happy with the result of the clearing sale.

Massey Ferguson 178: Wayne Luke and Sam Vagg with a tractor sold with forks and bucket on the day.

Massey Ferguson 178: Wayne Luke and Sam Vagg with a tractor sold with forks and bucket on the day.

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