Don Dougan Estate - Large Collection of Vintage Automobiles and Parts, Antiques and More
Estate of Mr. Don Dougan /Living Estate of Barbara Dougan
Sunday November 4, 2012
108 Delaware / Stilwell, Kansas
US 69 Highway to 199th Street, East to Railroad tracks, North to Auction
Large Estate Auction of Vehicles, Automotive Parts, Antiques, Glassware, Pocket Watches, Victrola, Firearms, Marbles, Collectibles, Iron, Tools, Hoist, Display Cabinet, Vintage Items, plus much more.
11:00 a.m. One big day, Two auction rings
Vehicles, Trailer, & Tractors: 1937 Dodge Brothers sedan, 1950 Chevy coupe, 1953 Ford DF 350 with Fordomatic, Chevy and IHC one ton trucks, 1951 Ford sedan that has been down to the frame primed and ready for assembly, two trailers 12’ & 16’, 1962 Rambler American 220, Ford F-350 winch truck, Jeep postal body, Willis 4wd frame and drive train, 1951 Chevy Delux coupe, Ford 861 tractor with slectomatic, IHC 560 tractor (no engine), Lots of opportunity for the collector, restoration enthusiast, and street rod builder.
Parts, Paper, & Accessories: 2 Ford flathead V-8 engines (1949 to 1953 era), 1 V-8 Chevy engine, radiators, transmission, heater cores, carburetors, distributors, electrical parts, spot lights, generators, Rolls Royce conversion clip for VW, thousands of vintage automotive parts some new in box, many yet to be found, large box of vintage automotive titles, automotive springs, plus much more;
Tools, Welder, Air Compressor, & Accessories: Overhead engine hoist (from IHC dealership), tool boxes, air compressor with 80 gallon tank, Lincoln Fleet arc welder, generators, hundreds of tools including wrenches sockets, specialty tools, floor jacks, bottle jacks, and others, oyx. & act. torch set, electrical parts & accessories, chains & boomers, power washer, hundreds of hub caps, fluids and oils, drills, bolt cutters, grinders, bolt bins, saws, levels, small engines, battery chargers, and more. If it was made to work on a car Don had it, sometimes two of them.
Firearms: Japanese military rifle (captured during WW2), Model 1890 Hex barrel 22 pump with short barrel (patent dates Dec. 6, 1892 & Nov 27, 1906), Mossberg 22 rifle, Glenfield 22 rifle with scope, pellet gun. Note firearms sold in accordance with current requirements.
Glassware, Collectibles, & Marbles: Large selection of Carnival Glass (purchased from Mr. & Mrs. Harold Crooks estate 45 plus years ago), Pink, green, amber, & clear depression glass, Milk glass, Frankoma pottery, Large collection of cookie jars, Unique collection of marbles including stone & clay, shooters, lots and lots of glass marbles, Enamelware, cast iron trivets, silver serving ware, copper tea pots, silverware, dresser set, Disney Christmas ornaments, 14K gold plate Christmas ornaments, wine glasses, collection of coffee mugs, amber etched berry bowl, various crocks, large collection of Brass including spittoons, horns, candlesticks, ducks, horses and more, advertising items, aluminum lunch box, collection of miniature scale automotive replica vehicles, Oil lamps, and many other items.
Pocket Watches & Fobs: Rockford, Admiral, Elgin, Waltham, Elgin-Natt, Southbend, Hampden, fine watches;
Furniture: RCA Victrola with records very nice and in working order, glass display case, glass front pie cabinet, RCA Victor electric radio, Davis treadle sewing machine, and more.
Miscellaneous: 1950’s lawn chairs, lawn mowers including Snapper, Aerins, Craftsman, Wheel Horse, 12’ x 20’ storage shed, two truck boxes for storage, lots of scrap iron, lawn carts, iron railing, 3pt rear blade,
household items, lawn & garden items, lanterns, shop related items, lots of dimensional lumber, commercial tile saw, plus many more items to numerous to mention
Auctioneers Note: I have known the Dougan family for most of my life. Don was a WW 2 veteran and a one of the people of the greatest generation. He enjoyed his cars & trucks, and working in his shop to build and repair things for family and friends. His wife Barbara was our mail carrier from many years and the friendly face at the school crossing. Plan to attend. There is something here for everyone. Parking is limited, ride with a friend, when parking on the street be respectful of others property. We appreciate you being at the auction. Refreshments available.
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