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Stew’s Stuff Going To Auction
If you’re an International Harvester fan it’s likely you know about Stew Paquette’s incredible tractor museum in Leesburg, Fla., which we reported on back in Vol. 42, No. 1. Stew passed away in March of this year and his world class collection will soon be up for auction.
The museum will be open for the last time October 6, 7, and 8, then closed forever and the collection auctioned off online by Aumann Vintage Power October 11th - 14th (www.aumannvintagepower.com; ph 888-282-8648).  
    I decided to make a trip down to Florida this summer to see the museum for myself and I’m glad I did. It consists of five buildings housing 100,000 sq. ft. of vintage “red” tractors, equipment, memorabilia, parts, manuals and much more.
    The main building is an exact replica of an IH dealership from the early 1950’s right down to the parts counter, signage, toys, parts, and more. It’s like walking back in time.
    The other buidings house hundreds of tractors, combines, corn pickers, balers, trucks, lawn mowers, refrigerators, and much more.
If you have not seen the collection, we have a video on our YouTube channel and will put a link at farmshow.com.
For more information, look at the museum’s website at www.stewsihstuff.com.

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