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Silver Edition Magnum 340 auction to be held at Cereals 







We are pleased to announce that the only Silver Edition Magnum 340 to come to the UK will be auctioned for charity at Cereals this year.




Large crowds are expected to attend this special charity auction which will be held on the first day of Cereals where former England Rugby Union Team Captain Phil Vickery will be the star attraction.


The net proceeds* from the auction will be fast-tracked through The Prince’s Countryside Fund’s Emergency Relief Fund which supports farming and rural crisis charities in the UK.


Phil Vickery, who is a farmer's son and ambassador to The Prince's Countryside Fund, will present the keys to the successful bidder when this limited edition tractor goes under the hammer on the Case IH stand (Number 7-M-700) at 14:00 on Wednesday 12th June.


 * Case IH will donate the difference between the hammer price and 50% of the list price of £174,465 (£87,233) to the Prince’s Countryside Fund’s Emergency Relief Fund.


Magnum Evolution

The special tractor is a limited edition based on the flagship 374hp Magnum 340 which has been produced to mark 25 years of Magnum evolution at the Case IH factory at Racine in Wisconsin. Since the original Magnum was launched in 1988 this highly-respected model has been at the forefront of high-horsepower tractor design and continues to set industry standards in terms of its technical innovation, power and performance.

The current five-model line-up, ranging from the Magnum 235 to the Magnum 340, continues to meet the power, durability, comfort and productivity needs of large-scale farmers in the UK.


Click Here to View the Magnum 340 Silver Edition Specification


How to bid 


  • Make your bid on the day during the live auction



  • Register with i-bidder via the Cheffins' website to place an electronic bid prior to the event or during the live auction.


The tractor will be presented with a certificate of authenticity to confirm its provenance and buyers will receive a framed photograph of them receiving the keys from Phil Vickery.





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