The Dick Wood Collection – Two Days

FRIDAY, JUL 2 & SATURDAY, JULY 3


HUPMOBILE & STUDEBAKER AUTOS

AUTOMOTIVE MEMORABILIA

CUSHMAN & OTHER SCOOTERS, WHIZZER MOTORBIKE, PARTS

ANTIQUE BUGGY & SLEIGH, TOYS, TOOLS, LAWN TRACTOR

Live On-Site Auction
Location: 4740 St Rt 571, Between West Milton & Tipp City, West Milton, OH 45383
Began:  07/03/10 at 9:30 AM EDT

The Dick Wood Collection   

Two Great Days!

Friday July 2nd & Saturday July 3rd

MARK THIS HOLIDAY WEEKEND ON YOUR CALENDAR!

BETWEEN WEST MILTON & TIPP CITY, OHIO

At 4740 State Rt 571, just west of Nashville Church.  From I-75 take Exit 68 west on Rt 571, 5 miles to sale site, 12 miles north of Dayton.

HUPMOBILE & STUDEBAKER AUTOS  – AUTOMOTIVE MEMORABILIA
CUSHMAN & OTHER SCOOTERS – WHIZZER MOTORBIKE – PARTS
ANTIQUE BUGGY & SLEIGH – TOYS  – TOOLS – LAWN TRACTOR

              DAY ONE:  FRIDAY, JULY 2, 2010   Time:  9:30 AM

LITERATURE & MEMORABILIA: Books: Automobiles-Self Propelled Vehicles, 1902; Automobile Troubles & How to Remedy Them, 1909; Cycle & Auto Trade Journal, 1909; Brooke’s Auto Handbook, 1913; Ford Methods & Ford Shops, 1915; Auto Questions & Answers, 1915 & 17; Ford Motor Car-Truck & Fordson Tractor, 1919; Ford Car & Truck Repair, 1922; Model T Ford & Tractors, 1924; Ford Service Books, 1925 & 26; 2 sets, 6 vols each, Auto Engineering incl Tractors, 1922 & 1933;  5 Auto Tour books: 1915, 1921, 2-1922 & 1923, mostly for Mid-West & other books.

Auto Magazines:  Motor Age, 1922; Motor, 1927; Hot Rod, Vol 5, May 1949; Motor Trend, 1954; Poplar Science & Poplar Mechanics, 1940’s & 50’s; etc.  Manuals & Repair Info: Dykes Auto & Gas Engine Encyclopedia, 12 total; many Motors volumes;  Rapid Flat Rate Repair Manual, 1929; Hollander Interchange Manual, 1937 & others; Victor & McCord gasket guides, 1930’s; Auto Wiring Diagrams, 1928; Chevy Shop Manual, 1929-1947; Chevy Shop & Body Manuals, 1940 & 48; Dodge Shop & Flat Rate manual up to 1953; Chilton’s Motor Age Flat Rate & Service manuals, 1940’s & 50’s; Building & Racing Hot Rods, 1962;  1955-75 parts catalogs; 1955 Cheesecake girl calendars & others.

Studebaker Items:  Brochure, 1927;  Big 6 & Special 6 service manual, 1920’s; Master Price List, 1926;  Parts Catalog, 1927; Studebaker & Erskine parts list, 1928; Parts manual, 1929 w/o cover; Reference Library vols, 3, 4 & 7, plus variety of reprint literature & series of Review magazines.  Notebook of original Cushman brochures; PLUS nice selection of auto related books:  The Golden Age of the Am Racing Car;  Encyclopedia of Auto Racing Greats; General Motors;  6- Floyd Clymer’s Motor Scrapbooks incl 1945 Steam Car edition; etc.   Saturday Evening Post 1921, 27 & 50; Ladies Home Journal, 1916; etc;

Post Cards:  Large album to be broken down into city views, holidays, greetings & true photos incl a man & his motorcycle; children’s school books & others; Local Items of Interest:  Rural Directory of Miami County, 1922; Troy – Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow, 1949; Miami Co History, 1953; Historic Notes of Miami Co by W. R. Kinder, 1953; city directories; old phone books & more!  

DAY TWO:  SATURDAY, JULY 3, 2010 Time:  9:30 AM

THE VEHICLES:  Hupmobile, 1922, two tone Roadster, an older restoration of a rare machine & a national prize winner; Studebaker, 1920, Big Six seven passenger touring auto all original running condition & 6 new tires to put you on the road to adventure; Buick, 1970, convertible, as found;  5 Cushman Scooters: Red Eagle w/ windscreen; Airborne w/ leather saddle seat; open engine, possible a Trail Bike; 2 box style step-through models;  variety of Cushman parts incl 5 engines; an all original Tote Gote scooter w/ snow blade & tractor style rear tire; Allstate scooter; Whizzer spring front motor bike w/ original seat; unique limited production two person side-by-side 10 spd bicycle, nice; Western Flyer lady’s bike w/ spring fork & rear side curtains; Western Flyer lady’s bike w/ dbl spring fork; Firestone Super Cruiser lady’s bike w/ spring front & fender headlight; Yamaha,  1982, Maxim 650 motorcycle w/ 5,724 miles; Massey Ferguson 1165 lawn tractor w/ 54” deck & snow blade, plus Snapper front mtd snow blower & Trac Vac leaf trailer w/ 8 HP engine;  a Doctor’s antique buggy, complete, but in need of restoration; antique Troy Buggy Works Cutter Sleigh, as found.

AUTOMOTIVE MEMORABILIA, AUTO PARTS & RELATED ITEMS:  Pure Oil gas pump; Sinclair oil tank w/ pump & glass sign plate; Gulf tire holders; ECO Tireflator wall mtd air station;  Miami County AAA cast aluminum  highway sign w/ 1919 patent date;  Model T:  1914 engine, brass top coils, carburetors, sparkplugs,  etc; Chevy 1940, 216 cuin engine, hood ornament, gage panel, etc; Plymouth 1954 hood bird & NOS right front fender; T-Bird chrome hood ornament; Hupmobile 1922 parts; 1920’s era Studebaker parts incl headlights;  mirrors; wind wings & other parts;  auto jack dollies;  hand operated & elec  Ooga Horns; Circa from Paris, France, flexible shaft bulb horn; Casey Tones diesel horn w/ box; 6 brass carburetors; running board clamp-on pumps; brass & other tire pumps; wheel spreaders;  1920’s valve lathe; old time valve refacer; diagnostic & tune-up analyzer; vacuum tank;  license plates;  car radios; light bulbs;  2-wire carriers w/ 8 oil bottles each, Sunoco & Texaco; Studebaker oiling chart; desert water bag; set of NMW Roll-Master auto dollies; 4 post, 8,000 lb hoist w/ jacking table on dolly wheels, like new; Auto Lite Service parts box; plus much more to be determined. 

ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES:  Brass steam whistle; Dietz Union Driving Lamp; Maytag FY-ED4 engine; foot operated jig tool; CI implement seat; 15 blue barn lanterns; Sellers Ivory on Mint Green kitchen cabinet; old kitchen utensils; pie carriers; small Wagner kettle; Favorite Scotch bowl; crocks; jugs; foot warmer; candle mold; buggy blanket;  wooden planes; Stanley level & other old tools; Arm & Hammer box nail puller;  copper fire extinguisher; brass blade fan; stove movers; corn knives; mowing scythes; wooden rake; unique shears; lg ice tongs;  milk bottles; dairy boxes; pop crates;  box of salts & peppers; older Christmas ornaments; 78 rpm records; Braun’s & Decker’s lard tins & other  advertising tins;  rug beaters; shoe sizer; WWII era bayonet; Boker Ohio Farmer str razor; sales man’s size brass fire nozzle; ’ picnic box; Girl Scout cookie tin; Boy Scout match safe; Heinz pickle pins;  Sohio oil can banks; tire ash tray; cigarette lighters; keys; 2 trunks; vintage clothing incl derby  & straw hats, collars, 3 leather purses, leather pouch w/ beaded fringe, dresses, blouses; etc. 

TOYS:  John Deere pedal tractor & trailer; Murray pedal fire truck, excellent condition & 1 other; 2 fire chief pedal cars; 1 dump truck; 3 1950’s pedal cars & GTO style from the 60’s; French rear steer trike; Rambler  & Hubley scooters; sleds; child’s wheel barrow; sand pail; Ohio Art top; tin Zeppelin;  Trucks: Cast iron C-Cab Mack wrecker;  Keystone, 1928, 26” long dump w/ worm gear to raise bed; Kingsbury dump; stake bed semi; stamped steel dump w/ B/O headlights; Buddy L 1940’s dump & Fire Hose-Pumper;  Wyandotte semi-truck; Pure Oil tanker & 1 other;  Marx garbage truck  & Dodge stake bed delivery; Structo Construction; 30 Hess trucks w/ boxes; 35 boxed Winross trucks & others.   Autos: Lg plastic Mustang; 1947 Plymouth W/U; Hubley Cadillac taxi; 1950’s tin Buick; AMT 1958 Edsel w/ box; Hubley 1/18 SJ Duesenberg kit; approx 40 promo cars, mostly Corvettes w/ boxes, plus 1959 Pontiac Bonneville, 1960 Chevy conv, 1962 Studebaker Lark conv, 1965 Mustang, 1965 T-Bird;  stamped steel Indy racer; Franklin Mint Agajanian #98 racer; stamped steel coupe w/ B/O headlights & coupe w/ rumble seat; Rosko Grandpa car;  etc; Farm Toys:  Arcade Farmall  Culti-Vision &  Allis Chalmers WC tractors, repainted; Arcade McCormick Deering plow & wagon w/ team; over 25 NIB tractors, plus equipment:  AC Model D & G; AC wheel disc; John Deere:  A, D, G, M, 70 Row Crop, 720 Hi-Crop, etc; MH Challenger & 55; Ny-Lint road grader; hand crafted wooden toys by Dick Anderson of Piqua, OH; wooden blocks; baby rattle; 20 small swirl marbles incl Lutz type one; Lincoln Logs; Chemistry set; Poosh-M-Up, Jr, pinball game; Strato mechanical bank w/ box;  variety of small CI, pot metal & Tootsie Toy cars & trucks;  many modern era NIB cars, trucks.  Trains: Lionel Zw275 transformer w/ box; Sante Fe 622 switch engine; 1655 & 2026 steam engines; cars w/ boxes incl red work crane; station platform w/ box & more to be determined.  Dolls:  Mdme Alexander Wendy Ann, fashion model, bride’s doll, lg composition brunette & cute 1950’s rubber body doll; 7 – T. Grapner of Troy wooden trolls, NIB.   

LAWN, GARDEN & OUTDOORS:  W-W Renegade chipper-shredder; Lawn Boy mower; Echo string trimmer; Craftsman blower; wheelbarrow; full wall of HD metal shelving for 4’x8’ plywood sheets;  lawn & garden tools; metal lawn chairs; galvanized sprinkling cans;  horseshoes & sporting goods; FIREARMS:   Savage Mod 25, octagon barrel rifle; Ruger Mod 10-22 rifle; Western Field Mod 854 rifle & old Excel sgl barrel shotgun; etc.

TOOLS & RELATED ITEMS:  Craftsman cast iron top table saw, radial arm saw, power hack saw & double grinder; Dunlap jointer; small Dunlap lathe; lathe tools;  bench top drill press; 10” band saw; disc to belt sander; small power tools;  pneumatic tools; Quincy, 5 HP, USA made, vertical air compressor, nice; portable air tank; lg wooden top work bench w/ wood vise; bench vise;  Skat Blast sand blaster w/ suction system in GC, plus impact beads; Craftsman roller base tool box; many hand tools; machinist’s chest & tools; drill bits; Forstner bits; number & letter stamps; pipe clamps;  wooden clamps; hub knock-offs incl internal model; wheel pullers; parts washer; new tow straps; jack stands; barn jack;  misc lumber; organizers & cabinets w/ all types of supplies & hardware; sandpaper; steel wool; shim stock; gasket material; electrical items; gloves;  etc; 3 Borg-Warner wall cabinets; 2 lg stand fans.   

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:  Proper ID will be required for registration. Payment in full day of auction w/ premium being waved for cash or approved check.  Off road & highway berm parking.  Large barn & shade trees, but dress for the weather. Any sale times determined will be approximate as this is a large event w/ multiple rings.  Titles can be notarized, so have your buyer information available. Motels in Troy & Tipp City.

AUCTIONEER’S NOTE:   From the above listing, one can see that Dick Wood enjoyed collecting.  With this unique auction event, the stewardship of the items he treasured will pass to you.   Please plan to attend both days to add items to your own inventory or to simply touch a bit of the past as we offer the items from this well respected individual & his family.  Literature will sell Friday with a mix of related items, plus a  from 3 to 6 PM a preview of Saturday’s offering.    Thank you in advance for your attendance. 

The Property of Dick & Patty Wood

Jerry L. Stichter, CAI – Auctioneer
JERRY STICHTER AUCTIONEER, INC., TROY, OH   937-335-6758

Assisting Auctioneers:  Scott Pence & John Seagraves

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