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This is very good topic!

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Now those are some unique ads. I have never seen a fullsize four wheel drive 88 series. And what a deal, a Scout thrown in the deal when you bought a 45 (or 47)86 tractor!

Here is the 79 Scout ad I have . They really pushed the fact that it was a real truck engine under the hood.

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Another view of the 2+2 series 88 that were known affectionately here as "anteaters"

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I've been looking around on Amazon and found some hand held wand scanners that are reasonably priced and look like would be real handy to have around the shop and for office work anyway. Think I am going to give one of them a try for this. Like Loadstar said, if I am going to take the time to do this stuff it might as well be organized with some notes so it's not hard to dig for in the future.

I have one! It is a great unit! WORKS LIKE A CHARM! Use it all the time!

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I've been looking around on Amazon and found some hand held wand scanners that are reasonably priced and look like would be real handy to have around the shop and for office work anyway. Think I am going to give one of them a try for this. Like Loadstar said, if I am going to take the time to do this stuff it might as well be organized with some notes so it's not hard to dig for in the future.

I have one - it works like a charm. Use it all the time!

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A little International content here. Apparently the millionth Farmall was produced in 1948 (or late 47) as shown in this ad from Canadian Farm Equipment magazine , January 1948. Too bad its not in living colour but it was unusual to see more than 3 colours in ads in these magazines.

I have that same ad, in FULL colour (in French though)

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An IH const. ad kinda rare......

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It is amazing when you think about. The 4 millionth IH tractor was an 806 and the 5 millionth was a 66 series, so that was a lot of tractors in a decade!

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TD- 25C const. ad.

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Heres an IH tractor ad from the spring of 1948 showing the Farmall C and Super A.

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INteresting to see the prices on some of those items.

Heres a little more power for the 914 pull type combine. A 1066 Hydro should handle it well. These 914s were quite popular in their day.

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An IH const. ad kinda rare......

Ok on another forum I found info that says that from 1955 thru 1981 there were only 6 TD30's made. It also said there were 83 -TD25's, and 64 -TD24's made in this same time frame! Is that true? Those numbers seem very, very low to me.

Jason

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An IH const. ad kinda rare......

Ok on another forum I found info that says that from 1955 thru 1981 there were only 6 TD30's made. It also said there were 83 -TD25's, and 64 -TD24's made in this same time frame! Is that true? Those numbers seem very, very low to me.

Jason

According to the "Payline Book" there were: 9682 TD-24 series made; 623 TD-30's; 617 TD-25 250series; 3000 TD-25B's; 6073 TD-25C's.

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I see my earlier ad posting did not make it to the forum . So here is a nice old IH T series crawler from the early sixties that I would like to have in my shed.

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This upload is slooooow :( .......................

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I see my earlier ad posting did not make it to the forum . So here is a nice old IH T series crawler from the early sixties that I would like to have in my shed.

Ralph, I owm a TD5, but the B series is stronger built.

Ray

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A 462 diesel in a Loadstar, now that ad is very interesting. I see it has the extra vents beside the grille indicative of the diesl engine option.

Ray, I've never heard of the B series crawlers.

Got another truck ad here showing that tough looking IH pickup from the front in 1973.

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An IH const. ad kinda rare......

Ok on another forum I found info that says that from 1955 thru 1981 there were only 6 TD30's made. It also said there were 83 -TD25's, and 64 -TD24's made in this same time frame! Is that true? Those numbers seem very, very low to me.

Jason

According to the "Payline Book" there were: 9682 TD-24 series made; 623 TD-30's; 617 TD-25 250series; 3000 TD-25B's; 6073 TD-25C's.

Those numbers sure do sound alot more likely than the other info. I found.

Thanks

Jason

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