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  1. I happened to stumble upon your post from a few years ago about your Aunt Neywick. Grace and Vernon were my grandmother and grandpa. Harold was my Dad. I don't know who you are, but I would really like to visit with you. Please.

    1. keepoldirongoing

      keepoldirongoing

      I saw a picture you posted awhile back of a black gmc 9500 and wanted to know if it is still sitting in the same spot I want one to restore and would like to see about this one. I'm in Versailles so it wouldn't be too far to come look at it if you can help me out I'd sure appreciate it. You can call me 573-378-3441. Thank you Brandon

    2. farmallguy1923

      farmallguy1923

      Hi, you recently posted that you had gotten an old Allis combine from southeast Kansas. In the post you said how you had found many moguls, oil pulls, etc. I live in this area right in the strip mines. I was wondering where all of this stuff was. I have looked all around this area and hadn't ever found anything like this. If you could call me at 620-632-4294. Thanks.

  2. IH Tractors on Montana Farm

    Gary, Some great pictures from Rollag. The combine picture I posted the other day must be an R Baldwin 12 ft built in the 1930's.I posted the pictures at several diiferent places and that was severals opinion.You should join us at the ytmag combine forum.
  3. IH Tractors on Montana Farm

    I'm thinking Rick has the pictures the right way but you never know. http://www.flickr.com/photos/90211545@N00/ I just dont have very many older pull type combine pictures.I just did find this one I took last May.
  4. IH Tractors on Montana Farm

    Pastor Rick whom has a great photo album on Flickr gave me permission to post these pictures so that we can identify this dandy old combine. He took these pictures in Emmons County,North Dakota which is full of old combines.Combines like this were never used around here and were before my time so I'm not much good on them. This combine appears to be in good shape and needs to be saved. I also posted this over at General IH as I was thinking it might be a McCormick like my late uncle had. Gary,Ralph,Chub,Ken-some of you guys might know what this is.