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About Hydro70

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  • Birthday 02/22/1963

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    I live in south central Kentucky and sell used farm machinery for a living
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    I own a restored 1970 Massey Ferguson 1130 and tractors my family use to own over the years: 1066 white cab with duals, 806 with narrow front end, 706 german diesel with turbo, 686, 585, 560, 560 with duals and a boom lift, SM, M, SC and a brand new 1977 International 1700 with rollback bed and a 85 acre tobacco and cattle farm

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  1. He has his body weight leanin into that throttle and the determined look on the face and has that machine givin it its all, now that is pulling, cant wait to start the new season attending pulls. Looks like some lefthand power from back in the good ole 80s
  2. Tearing down the statues of the southern generals is just another way of rubbing the salt in a still somewhat open wound. Just about everyone in my part of this country has kin that fought for the south somewhere in their bloodline, I do and am proud of them for choosing the side. General Lee was down to about 30,000 troops and the Union Gen Grant had about 130,000 and still couldn't catch the old gray haired man. He is by far one of our most talented and audacious Generals to ever fight on the north American continent
  3. Me and my girlfriends Dad went to Fairfield the other day to get a part for a Deutz engine and I took this picture of the oblisk or whatever ya call it for Davis, its open and you can take a elevator ride all the way to the top and that's a jockeys lot that sits there in the picture. He was born in Logan County and this is just west of Russellville, Ky. and there is some big farm land in this area
  4. The eye-catcher was this 2366 they got for sale on the used lot under the canopy, its as clean as a new one. That 315 Magnum is clean also. The MXM150 they cant keep them on the lot they are a really good seller along with the 145 and 125 and a really nice tractor and a heckava cab with a view. That nice 1086 is on another jockeys lot and that 4850 with chrome stack just looked cool so I took a pic of it also, it sat across town at the John Deere dealer, hope ya liked the pictures
  5. see the 656 utility on the sled for weight
  6. I know we had good luck with these balers back in the day. The second cutting of hay back in 1979 me and my Dad baled it with a new 686 open station with the German diesel and I raked with a 560 gas with narrow frontend and me and my brother stuck a 86series straight black pipe on it somebody give us after they chromed up one of their 86 tractors, I remember that day real well cause it was about the last time me and him was in the field together cause he died that coming February of 1980. Best I remember they made just as tight a baler as the Vermeer which was the big competition in hay at that time
  7. Looks like a 5 inch chrome unit adapted to that manifold
  8. I been around tractors my whole life but I have never seen nothing to even come close in ugly. Thing is this tractor worked its life somewhere by the ocean and its rusted and ate up on all the sheet metal and the whole complete top of it is ate off, there is no roof in the cab the ocean climate ate it off. Its sitting at Colfax Tractor in Iowa I found it on there website
  9. don't remember this one but one I do is they were back far from this couple seems to me like
  10. Everybody told me I was crazy when I drove my 1130 forty-five miles to the house back when I bought it in 2011, you really beat me on miles
  11. Still workin at 41 years old, them ole Farmalls just keep going and going
  12. Got a little bit of the early 70s looks with todays horsepower, would love to see this dude pull
  13. That just looks neat, got a new aftermarket cab and its new also and them plows aint to old either, bet he was just itching to get in that field and open up this ole gal