Margaret Hollensteiner Auction – Late Carroll Hollensteiner

Date: Saturday, August 29, 2020
Time: 9:00am
Location: 10 South Cherry St.; Middletown, MO 63359
Directions: From Bowling Green, MO, take Hwy 161 south OR from Montgomery City, go north on Hwy 161 to Middletown to South Cherry St. to #10 South Cherry St. on the right.

Auctioneer’s Note: AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Carroll and Margaret were both born and raised in the Wellsville area. Margaret’s maiden name was Peery. Carroll was supervisor at Wellsville Fire Brick Station. He worked on A.J. Foyt’s race cars. He enjoyed collecting classic & vintage cars and bought the Chandler Bro. garage in Middletown in the 60’s. This will be one of those sales we’ll be talking about years down the road. We are very proud the Hollensteiner Family chose our auction company to disperse this collection. See you at the sale. David, Dusty & Bill

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ANTIQUE SIGNS, GAS PUMPS, AUTOMOTIVE & COLLECTIBLES

  • Standard double-sided gas station, porcelain sign, approx. 5’-6’ sign w/pole, approx. 20’ tall, nice (real deal)
  • 2, Amoco Wayne model 605 electric gas pumps, complete (shows 32¢)
  • Pepsi-Cola 10¢ soda machine, “Have A Pepsi”
  • 2, Polarine Standard motor oil tanks, approx. 4’ tall by 10” wide w/hand pumps
  • Early wooden service center counter, approx. 15’ w/swinging door
  • Early wooden tire rack, approx. 9’
  • National cash register
  • Cash register w/table, adding machine, etc.
  • Dodge Bros. car emblems
  • Standard oil drums
  • United Delco tune-up cabinets
  • Fan belt rack
  • Wagner Lockheed brake parts
  • Warm Morning model 524 Pot Belly heating stove
  • Standard Blue Streak ignition parts display
  • ANCO wiper blades case & display
  • Collection Moto Meters
  • Champion spark plug service center
  • Wooden workbench
  • Mend-Rite Patch cabinet
  • Simmons Trimmer reel-type mower
  • Edelmann Precision Eng. Brass fitting bin
  • Lot 1920’s-1930’s car lights
  • Lot car shift knobs
  • Trico wiper arms station
  • Cloth banner w/Chevrolet, Nash, Buick, Studebaker, etc. patches
  • Model A & T wrenches
  • Shell & Amoco Standard Oil barrels
  • Lot N.O.S. paper oil cans
  • Lot N.O.S. car parts: Mopar, Chevrolet, Ford, etc.
  • Lot car hood & radiator emblems
  • Hudson, Dodge, Hupp N.O.S. taillights
  • Lot wrenches & tools
  • Car & buggy foot warmers
  • Moon car wrench, St. Louis MO
  • Skelly funnel
  • Dixie thermometer
  • Draw knife
  • Lot tire patching tools
  • Lot 5-gal gas cans
  • Iron-wheel cart
  • Filko N.O.S.
  • Lot N.O.S. advertising boxes
  • UMS line parts bin
  • Munch snack display
  • Power Ready wire cable display
  • Genuine Imperial brass fitting bin, N.O.S.
  • Ford hydraulic can
  • Blowtorch
  • Early JC Higgins men’s bike, to restore
  • Kuhn Hardware Dunlap ILL advertising buckets
  • Sales tax tokens
  • Metal counter-type ticket holder
  • Trico wiper arms-blades display, N.O.S.
  • Tire breaking machine
  • Grizzly Brake Lining advertising
  • Milk can
  • Early acetylene set
  • Lot exhaust pipe
  • Lot Mopar hub caps, some N.O.S.
  • N.O.S. Fram air filters
  • Lot tires
  • Lot car parts
  • Reel push mowers: Shapleigh, Diamond Edge, etc.

Partial list: watch for updates, more in storage

ANTIQUE, COLLECTOR & VINTAGE CARS & PICKUP SELL AT 1:00 P.M.

  • 1928 Durant Touring sedan, 4-door, older restoration, kept in garage, sharp
  • 1931 Model A Ford Coupe, older restoration, 55,XXX miles, sharp
  • 1932 Packard Series 900, Light 8, 4-door (Suicide) original, complete
  • 1956 Ford Thunderbird 312, 3-speed manual, white, one owner, bought new w/removable hard top (no soft top), kept in garage, nice
  • 1973 Dodge Rallye 340 Challenger, 2-door coupe, automatic, older restoration
  • 1979 Dodge 150 Adventure Lil red Express, 360 automatic, 77,939 miles, sharp
  • 1989 Ford Crown Victoria, 5.0L, 140,XXX miles (This was Margaret’s car)

Note: Above vehicles were all stored inside. They are complete with titles, ran when parked, super nice collection.

SHOP TOOLS

  • Engine stand
  • Comet portable air compressor
  • Stationary 110 air compressor
  • Bryant natural gas hanging furnace
  • Sioux valve grinding machine
  • Sunnen wet honing machine
  • Sun Volt amp tester
  • Electric arc welder
  • Tire machine
  • Acetylene set
  • Floor jacks
  • Jack stands
  • Bench grinders
  • Snap-on torque wrench
  • Chain hoist
  • Electric drill on stand
  • Herbrand regulator tester
  • Lot metal parts bins
  • Shop vac
  • Lot open-end box-end wrenches
  • Lot automotive wrenches
  • Lot toolboxes
  • Lot wrenches
  • Tool carts
  • Lot drill bits, punches
  • Bolt cutters
  • Pipe wrenches
  • Partial list

LAWN MOWERS

  • Cub Cadet 127 hydrostatic riding lawn mower, complete
  • Sears Craftsman 1030 riding lawn mower
  • 7hp 1960’s Cub Cadet riding lawn mower, complete

MODEL T REPLICA, GO CART-TYPE 40+ YEAR OLD, NEAT PC.

MAYTAG WRINGER WASHING MACHINE

Note: The 2nd auction will be held Saturday, September 26, 2020 at 9:30 A.M.. Sale Site: 10 South Cherry St.; Middletown, MO 63359 (Same Auction Site)

To be sold Saturday, September 26, 2020

ANTIQUE, COLLECTOR, VINTAGE CARS, PICKUP & JEEP

  • 1919 Ford Model T
  • 1930 Packard 4-door limousine
  • 1931 Oakland 4-door sedan, V-8
  • 1946 Willys Jeep
  • 1979 Dodge W-150, 4WD 360
  • 1978 Dodge D150, 2WD club cab 440
  • 1979 Chrysler 318 Lebanon
  • Jeep panel wagon, parts, no title
  • 1977 Dodge Charger 360

LARGE LOT CAR PARTS – PORCELAIN SIGNS – ANTIQUE CAR MEMORABILIA

Note: Watch website for complete list.

OWNER: MARGARET HOLLENSTEINER
                 (LATE CARROLL HOLLENSTEINER)

AUCTIONEERS:
DAVID THORNHILL
314-393-7241

DUSTY THORNHILL
314-393-4726
TROY, MO

BILL UNSELL
573-470-0037
FRANKFORD, MO

Lunch will be served.
All buyers will be photographed.
Terms: Cash or Good Check with Current Photo ID.
Out of State Photo IDs and Out of State Checks must be accompanied with a Bank Letter of Credit, call for details.
We do not accept Cashier Checks.
Items sold with no warranty.
They stand sold AS IS.
Owner & Auction personnel not responsible for accidents day of sale!
Announcements made day of sale take precedence over any advertisement!