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Found 4 results

  1. 2806

    Friend of mine told me about this today so I checked it out. Raleigh, North Carolina craigslist. The ad stated 1 of 124. Have no clue if that's true. Gotta be fairly rare so I'm sharing. Not advertising by any means. Just thought the 06 series guys might like to see it.
  2. 706 L.P.

    Friend of mine sent me this picture yesterday. He's doing his MARITAL DUTIES ( going to the in laws ) which he has no problem doing just his funny way of saying it. His in laws live in Texas so he does some scouting while traveling to and from. This particular tractor is in a salvage yard somewhere around Hillsboro, Texas. I know it's not as rare as the 756 L.P. that was talked about in the other post but considering I had a photo I thought I'd share anyway. I enjoy the pictures on here as much as anyone. Anyway just sharing the photo. I'm not connected to this tractor in any way.
  3. Some Nice Originals

    Found these over on Tractor House earlier today. A one owner 826 and a two owner 756. Farmer retirement making them for sale. I like my German Diesels and I'm a sucker for nice originals which is how these are being advertised. It's a good thing storage space is at a premium here and I don't have tons of extra cash burnin' a hole in my pocket. Otherwise I'd be making a call. I'm not affiliated with them but wanted to share the picture anyway. Enjoy!
  4. IH prototype space ship

    Did anyone else spot the remnants of the IH space program at RPRU? I was able to snap a picture of the only known IH space shuttle prototype. It looked to be powered by propane and even had a manual sitting with it. There wasn't a lot of room for supplies inside either. Alan Dinan was hooking up a gas grille bottle to it and New Guy was going to drive when he started complaining about how rough the inside of the cockpit was. We went over to see Mike Links about a cab kit but he didn't have one with him. New Guy refused to fly it without a new headliner so the space program got shut down. We were going to send him to see MTO but it just didn't work out. And if you believe that.....