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I have loved the 1066's, since I was a young boy, now I have 2 myself, and my dad has 2, so I was wondering if anyone has started a registry of this model? If not I am looking forward to starting this one, like everyone else, I would like serial#, name of owner, town, and state located. I will even keep track of the retired (salvaged) 1066's. Thanks everyone!!

Blaine

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As far as I know, no one has started one. I'd kicked the idea around myself, but, considering that IH produced around 50,000 of those tractors, well, I knew I couldn't properly dedicate the time needed to keep a decent list. Around my area, a guy can't throw a rock & not hit a 1066, they are everywhere!

I'd considered doing just a Blackstripe 1066 registry, still haven't decided on that.

If you do start one, I'll be glad to send you as many numbers as I can. There will be a LOT!

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YES I WOULD HAVE TO ADMITT THERE ARE A LOT OF 1066S OUT THERE. IF YOU MAKE A LIST ALSO KEEP TRCK IF THEY ARE BLACKSTRIPES TO IF POSSIBLE. AND IF THEY ARE 4 X 4. THANKS

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Well guy's, it might be a lot of work, but I have always liked the 10's and I think its a thing we can all look back on someday!! I am going to give it my best shot, I will try do the blackstripes seperate, and I will do the best I can to get every # sent to me, by pm's or just regular posts. I will give everyone a thank you if I have received your info, if you don't get a thanks watch for it, or pm me. With driving truck and working around the farm, some nights I don't have time to check in. All your help is appreciated. So send those #'s please. Thank you all!!

Blaine

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Well, I'll start by giving you the s/n of the 1066 I know best!

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International 1066 s/n 56418, owned by Roger Ellenberger (my Dad) of rural Norfolk, NE. Currently has 20.8-38's & 11.00-16 tires. Dad is the original owner, purchased brand new from Irwins Inc. (now Kayton International) in Norfolk, NE. It is a true Blackstripe, and wears its original paint.

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Oh man. maybe wait another 20 years until they actually become antiques :blink: theres still 100's of them earning aliving out here in the west. ours is used as a chore tractor almost daily for moving bales and parts, etc. they aren't being used quite as much, i can remember not many yrs ago 66's or 86's on every other section here. used for cultivating etc. they are getting retired down to auger tractors now some still beinged used for bailing

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If you have one, why don't you atleast give the number so he can add it to the registry.

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Here's a few more 1066 s/n's, from customer tractors that came in to the shop.

International 1066, s/n 56178. Owned by Steve Keck of Plainview, NE. It is a Blackstripe.

International 1066, s/n 14939. Owned by Dan Patzel of Newman Grove, NE. We just did an extensive amout of repairs to this tractor, due to fire damamge. Has a Year-A-Round cab.

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I just purchased SN #56423. It is a 1975 Black Stripe. I bought it out of Pennsylvania and the fellow I got it from bought it out of New York. It has original paint with decals from the Delaware Farmers Exchange in the black stripe. The key chain was from Buckeye Tractor and Implement which I believe is the private dealership which used to be the co-op called Delaware Farmers Exchange.

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Here's more I obtained from work:

International 1066, s/n 45384, owned by Karl Frederick of Winside, NE

International 1066, s/n 31573, owned by Brian Hoffman of Winside, NE. Its a feedwagon tractor

International 1066, s/n 41406, owned by Marlin Mozer of Battle Creek, NE. Has a Koyker K5(?) loader on it

International 1066, s/n 28045, owned by Van Neidig of Battle Creek, NE. Another feeding tractor

International 1066, s/n 33346, owned by Rolly Oswald of Bancroft, NE. We repainted this one @ work.

International 1066, s/n 59771, owned by Kenneth Schulz of Battle Creek, NE. It is a Blackstripe, I think it has a Hiniker cab

I know there's more in my neck of the woods, I just don't have a record of the serial numbers. This will give ya a starting point!

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i guess you can add my dad's to the list:

1976?? Blackstripe

serial # 2610178.....it also had these numbers on the nameplate u056628

Owner: Robert Rivera, Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba, Canada

It is used for pulling a tadem disk and for baling. Also used to pull out the 5240 MFD when he gets a little to close to the slew during haying season. These tractors sure can pull and with the duels he doesn't slip to much.

Thanks

Rick

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The last five are the ones you want. That should be a 75 model black stripe.

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now i know what i heard yesterday :lol:

bet she was bellerin with that 5" pipe huh pat? :rolleyes:

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1066 sn/ 20969, fender tractor, owned by Travis Paup, Fawn Grove, Pa

1066 sn/ 52045, fender tractor restored by Travis Paup, sold to John Rizik, Mclean, Va

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Here's my tractor for the registry.

1976 Black Stripe 1066 Diesel.

Owner: Jon LaPorte of Rocky View Farms in Cassopolis, Michigan.

Serial #26101784057504

Hiniker 1300 series cab and dual 18.4 x 38s with a 3LM466 Turbo Charger. Not sure you need all that, but there's what she is. All washed up and ready to go tractor pulling.

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Thanks to everyone that has given me their serial numbers, I am off to a good start, and I know there is along way to go, but thank you, and keep those numbers coming. Like I said, if your at the salvage yards, and find 1066 carcases, get the numbers, they will go in as R.I.P. Again, thanks for helping me off to a good start!!

Blaine

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Serial # 16315

Winter snow mover, Summer yard tractor, resting up to break up some CRP next year.

Owner: Mike McGillivray

Clark, SD

Brought out of a 10+ year outdoor retirement in 2006

Have a good one

Mikem

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Here's mine, I will try to get a pic up too before long.

2610172U026273

2nd owner

open station

6000 hrs.

Glenn Fenske

Somers Wi.

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Blaine,

Here is my 1066 serial number:

1975 model: F 1066, 2610175UO51863

Open station, 4,931 Hrs.

In SE Michigan.

Rick G.

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20799 BRAD CAUDLE CONWAY,MO

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owner: Danny Wilkinson

serial number: 2610172U031272

location: Columbia, Kentucky

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owner: Randy Hutchison

serial number: 2610159U01268

location: Columbia, Kentucky

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Here's a pic of mine.

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How do you like that step you've got on there? I've been tossing around the idea of putting a set of those on my 1066. I'm not fond of the ones that came with the Hiniker cab. Not exactly the safest thing to get up and off of.

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