Tyler Family Collection

Tyler Family Collection

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The Tyler Family have been collecting steam engines, crawlers and tractors for over 60 years and have decided its time to share their collection with you at absolute auction! This sale features several RARE Monarch crawlers along with several very desirable tractors including a 15-25 Allis-Chalmers, Rumely Oil Pull L, Titan and the list goes on. Most of these tractors have been stored under roof and well kept, with the dry Montana air everyone is RUST FREE and in operating condition! This is truly an auction you don't want to miss out on.
- Gib Thurman

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American Injector

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Brass 3/4" American Injector. 
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Penberthy Injector

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Brass 3/4" Penberthy injector. Stamped 197005 B 22. 
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Penberthy Injector

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Brass 3/4" Penberthy injector. Stamped "738560 Special 332-CC"
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Penberthy Injector

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Brass 3/4" Penberthy injector. 
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Penberthy Injector

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Brass 3/4" Penberthy injector with 3/4" check valve. 
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Penberthy Injector

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Brass 3/4" Penberthy injector. 
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Lunkenheimer Steam Safety Valve

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Brass Lunkenheimer safety valve. Stamped 100 LBS. 
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Two Assorted Drip Oilers

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Michigan Lubricator and Detroit Lubricator. Both lubricators are brass with good glass. 
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TD Williams No. 3 Automatic Greaser

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Brass automatic greaser. Looks to be in good condition and ready to be put back to use. 
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Paragon No. 4 Drip Oiler

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Patented Jan 21, 1902 Lunkenheimer Paragon oiler. Glass is cracked but replaceable.   
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Essex Brass Drip Oiler

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Essex drip oiler, glass is cracked and missing some parts. 
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Allis-Chalmers M Crawler

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  In 1932 the Allis-Chalmers Model M crawler tractor was introduced and remained in production until 1942. It is estimated that 14,524 were built during these ten years. The Model M was powered by the same 300 cubic inch 38 HP UMA engine as the popular Model U tractors. The Model M was regarded as the "light crawler" at just on 3 tons and had a standard 40 inch track gauge with the option of a 50 inch track gauge which was known as the WM.
  This Model M was one of the VERY FIRST MODEL M Crawlers to come off the line. It is a possibility that this tractor was an experimental before Allis-Chalmers went into full production. Either way this is a RARE crawler to find! After several years of hibernating in the barn this Model M came to life after fresh gas, water and oil was introduced to the engine. The M was DRIVEN OUT OF THE BARN under its own power! One of the finest and EARLIEST examples of an Allis-Chalmers Model M you will find.   

Serial No. T22LX
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22 HP Avery Undermount Steam Traction Engine

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 The Avery Company was founded in 1891 by Robert Hanneman Avery. The company is famed for its undermounted engine which resembled a railroad engine more than a conventional steam traction engine. Avery built a large line of products including steam engines, threshing machines, plows and later trucks. Starting with a return flue design Avery later adapted the famous undermount style steam engine including the bulldog on the smokebox door stating "Teeth Talk" . Their design was well received by farmers in central Illinois and eventually Avery expanded their market nationwide and overseas until the 1920's. 
  In the construction of Top-mounted Engines the cylinders, gearing, drive wheels and other parts are all bolted to the boiler by means of brackets. The boiler shell serves as the main frame work of the engine, and must bear all the severe pulling and twisting strains of traction work. With an Avery Undermounted Engine you eliminate these troubles! The entire working parts such as the cylinders, gearing, ground wheels, etc are all mounted on an independent steel framework. The load is all pulled by the steel frame not the boiler keep all pulling strains on the frame and not boiler!
  This 22 HP Avery steam traction engine has spent the majority of its life in the "Big Sky" Country of Montana. It's been with the same owner for 70 years and stored inside for 60 years. The dry air has helped preserve this iconic engine from rusting away! The engine is fully complete, Avery steam gauge, whistle, factory jacket and the front headlight. Boiler visually looks to be in good condition, gearing shows signs of wear and engine will need some TLC before lighting the match. 

License No. 965
Engine No. 4319

 

 


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Allis-Chalmers KO Crawler

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  The Allis Chalmers Model KO was introduced in 1934 as the diesel variant of the Model K, introduced in 1929 as an updated Monarch 35.  An estimated 8,300 were built during its ten year production run.  The KO featured a 510 cubit inch engine which developed 50 HP on the drawbar and 60 HP on the belt.  
  This particular crawler, serial number 2399, was started on gasoline and DRIVEN OUT OF THE BARN after sitting for close to 40 years.  It switched from gasoline to diesel after warmed up and will make the new owner an excellent addition to an Allis Chalmers collection.
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Cletrac BG with Heil Front Blade

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  The Cletrac BG was introduced in 1937 and was produced until 1945.  During that time approximately 1600 tractors were made.  The Hercules 282 cubic inch engine produced around 28 HP on the drawbar and 39 HP on the belt.  
  This BG is equipped with an operational hydraulic Heil front blade.  
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Allis-Chalmers K Crawler

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  The Allis Chalmers Model K was actually a rebranded Monarch 35 Crawler from 1933 production. Powered by a 510 Cubic Inch 54 HP engine rated at 48 drawbar HP and 55 belt HP. The early units, like this Model K, feature a steering wheel. It wasn't until 1935 the steering wheel was removed and two steering levers were used in the crawlers starting with build No. 4451. Another change to the Model K was replacing the 3 speed transmission to a 4 speed.
 
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Allis Chalmers L Crawler

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  The Allis Chalmers Model L crawler was introduced in 1931 and continued production until 1942, with a total production of 3357. The L features a 6 cylinder, 844 cubic inch engine with produces 92 HP at the drawbar.  
  This Model L, serial number 1985 (1936 model year) started right up and was driven out of the barn after nearly 40 years of sitting idle.  This large crawler (weighing in at over 22,000 pounds) is a powerhouse and a must-have to complete a crawler collection.
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Cletrac ADH Crawler

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  The Cletrac ADH was made from 1937 unto 1959.  Featuring a 4-cylinder Hercules Diesel  226 cubic inch engine, the ADH produced 20 HP at the drawbar and 28 HP at the belt. 
  This ADH, Serial No. 3Z014, is a 1947 model and is in good condition for having sat for nearly 40 years.  
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Allis Chalmers "Monarch" 35 Crawler

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  Allis Chalmers acquired the Monarch Tractor Company, Springfield, Illinois, in 1928 and thus got into the crawler business.  They continued to sell crawlers of the same design but rebranding them the Allis Chalmers. The Model 35 was manufactured from 1929 - 1933 and featured a 4 cylinder 460 Cubic Inch gasoline engine. 
  This Monarch 35 has an older restoration but has sat for nearly 40 years and is ready to have the typical maintenance needed to get it operational again.  It also has the correct belt pulley mounted on the rear of the crawler.  This is another great example of a restored tractor that needs to be in your collection to breath it new life.
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Monarch "50" Crawler

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  Allis Chalmers acquired the Monarch Tractor Company, Springfield, Illinois, in 1928 and thus got into the crawler business. They continued to sell crawlers of the same design and Monarch name. The Model 50 was manufactured from 1929 - 1931 and featured a 4 cylinder 562 Cubic Inch gasoline engine.

  This Model 50 has a new magneto and detachable grousers, it runs but needs undercarriage and drive chain work to get it back to full operational condition.  With just 2000 Model 50s made, this crawler is far from common and has plenty of life left in it and is ready to be added to your collection.
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Cletrac BD Crawler

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  The Cleveland Tractor Company was founded by Clarence and Rollin White. The company's focus was on small and medium farm crawlers. On October 31, 1944, Cletrac was purchased by Oliver. Ironically, Oliver was later acquired by White, descended from the White family that founded Cletrac.

  Model BD, manufactured from 1935-1956, features a 6 cylinder Hercules 260 cubic inch diesel engine. This BD, serial number 2D18, was made in 1936 and one of the oldest in existence with a serial number of 18. It has a newly rebuilt injector pump and injectors. 
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Allis Chalmers Model S Crawler

Lot # 23      

  Allis Chalmers acquired the Monarch Tractor Company, Springfield, Illinois, in 1928 and thus got into the crawler business. They continued to sell crawlers of the same design and Monarch name but rebranded them the Allis Chalmers. The Model S was manufactured from 1932 - 1942 and featured a 4 cylinder 675 Cubic Inch gas or diesel engine.
  This gas version Model S started and took a few turns around the wheat stubble but needs some maintenance as it has sat in the barn for nearly 40 years.   
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Cletrac 35 Crawler

Lot # 25      

  The Cleveland Tractor Company was founded by Clarence and Rollin White. The company's focus was on small and medium farm crawlers. On October 31, 1944, Cletrac was purchased by Oliver. Ironically, Oliver was later acquired by White, descended from the White family that founded Cletrac.
  The Cletrac 35, had a short production run from 1932-1936 and features a Hercules 6 cylinder gas engine.  Tractor serial number is 1416.  This tractor runs but will require some standard maintenance after having sat in the barn for 40 years. 
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Cletrac AGH Crawler

Lot # 27      

  The Cleveland Tractor Company was founded by Clarence and Rollin White. The company's focus was on small and medium farm crawlers. On October 31, 1944, Cletrac was purchased by Oliver. Ironically, Oliver was later acquired by White, descended from the White family that founded Cletrac.
  The AGH was introduced in 1936 and manufactured until 1943, ultimately producing 4449 crawlers.  The Hercules 4-cylinder gas engine was 226 cubic inches and produced 25 HP on the drawbar and 30 HP on the belt pulley.  This tractor, serial number 15022, was manufactured in 1936.  This tractor runs even though it has sat for nearly 40 years but could use some maintenance to make it run perfectly.  
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Cletrac 40-30 Crawler

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  The Cleveland Tractor Company was founded by Clarence and Rollin White. The company's focus was on small and medium farm crawlers. On October 31, 1944, Cletrac was purchased by Oliver. Ironically, Oliver was later acquired by White, descended from the White family that founded Cletrac.
  The Model 40-30 had short production run of only 306 tractors made from 1930-1935, making this one of the more rare Cletracs.  It features a Hercules 6 cylinder 383 cubic inch gas engine.  This crawler runs but does need some regular maintenance as it's sat for close to 40 years.  
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