Murray Simpson’s vintage tractors go under the hammer



The displenishing sale of vintage tractors owned by the late Murray Simpson, Ceres, held at the weekend was one of the largest and most important sales of its type ever held in Scotland.
Buyers came from as far afield as Cornwall and Orkney plus a few from across the Irish Sea. Up for sale in the 540 lots were a range of prize-winning restorations, lovely originals and several very rare tractors from the 1930, 40s and 50s.
Top price was a £14,000 bid for a 1930 John Deere Model GP, which went to a local buyer. Many of the other tractors were John Deeres as Simpson had held the dealership... read more

 
11 October 2016 in Business, Views: 50
Source: Scotsman
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