Hydro70

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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. WOW, what a collection
  2. Would hate to ask the price on it now with all the plumbing. And what is it all about?
  3. Saids it has 7700 hours and they want $20,000, kinda cheap for a nice Magnum
  4. Wow...........that's a really clean tractor, don't see them lookin that good still in the field, good find Dan
  5. Wonder if they were texting?
  6. Pretty neat ole ad and theyre probably tryin to get the lots cleared off of the 60 series cause they had a good feeling that big things were coming down the pike with the 706/806
  7. I know this tractor was a 4020 at first then they put everything into a 4320 and when they sold it the tractor went to Wisconsin and Dave Schrier bought it and he now days is president of the NTPA and his daughter is married to Edson Lehn who pulls the 1486 Red Line Fever
  8. My cousin had a subscription to the Puller mag back in 1973 cause Ive seen his old mags before and this pic was in the Puller magazine back in 1973. Check out the two turbocharger setup and all the Old School pulling tractor things on it. This must be in the 12,000lb class of super stockers cause he has a full set of wheel weights in the wheels and how would ya like to have that 1566 sittin on the sled as it was then, now. This was even before he grew his whiskers so this is really a ways back in time
  9. Back in the early to mid-seventies around this part of the country this was the big tractor on farms that farmed big and talk about never having one in the dealership for repairs, this is the model. It was kinda small for its horsepower rating at 85hp out of the factory but they pulled two row choppers and four bottom semi-mounted plows back then. Always had a soft spot for these old Internationals
  10. On his website he has bought this back and renamed it Diggin Fever and that's another good pic of the King of Smoke tearin up the track in his 1486
  11. Cool, that's interesting and makes me wanna do some google and check that out. My GreatGrandmother was supposingly 75% Cherokee
  12. Right on ole buddy, Ill be here till death do us part I guess and I finally added a IH to my little tractor lineup, its a 1981 or 80 1450 Cub Cadet that was sold new at my Dads dealership and you betcha Ill own till Im gone for the second quote
  13. And apparently its coming up for auction. Sure like the look of that thick rubber on her front paws
  14. KRM has the best lookin tractor in all Nebraska and KRM if I come out to watch and support your pulling are going to let me drive it once in the pull............haha