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  1. So, did I miss national take your kid to work day???? My boy said he was glad he got to see what I do for a living but next year I can take his little sister ??
    5 points
  2. Your dog biting the bull made me chuckle. We always had pigs years ago. The sows were kept with the boar in a pen never on a strict breeding cycle. We just had piglets all the time. One morning before school we were doing chores on real cold dark morning. The boar was feeling adventurous a sow was having nothing to do with it she turned and bit his penis. That sound of the boar squealing is still in my head after 30 years. And I was always more afraid of getting bit by a sow than getting hurt by a cow
    3 points
  3. I had one of these for quite a few years. 1974 Kawasaki 900 Z-1A They were a fast bike in their day. I sold it in the mid 90's for something a little newer and more comfortable. Not nearly as fast though. 1984 VF 700 Honda Magna. Still have it. I think this is a 900 or KZ 1000. Crazy guys!!
    3 points
  4. Unfortunately, it's that monsters (the two legged variety) are fond of pitbulls, and dogs are what one raises them to be... it sucks. My sister had one and she was a ham.
    3 points
  5. All of these containers are at my shop and still have product in them, including the DDT.
    3 points
  6. I need to find a 68 Dart GTS someday to finish out the trio(and win the lotto to restore them)
    3 points
  7. Grandpa bought the MTA new and I got it from Him before He passed. I added the Saginaw three point. Hooked to a 4 basket tedder all Summer and gets in on the snow duty in the Winter.
    3 points
  8. Because a picture of a girl in a mini Skirt would be waaaaaaaaaaaaay to much for these members to handle. Seeing such a heynous thing would require some of these guys to have to go to church five times next Sunday .
    3 points
  9. I know this one is a lot newer than the others and probly the wrong color to some, but it's pretty special to me. It's a 1981 4440 bought new by my grandpa. My parents just inherited it about a month ago after my grandpa passed away. It has 4001 hrs. It is a little faded but it's the nicest 40 series I've ever been around by far.
    3 points
  10. I put 10.00 x 16 on mine to get it to set level with 18.4x38 rears. Im not happy with the looks. To me they look too tall. I wish I would have went with 18.4x34 rears and 9.5Lx15 fronts. Most all new front rims are painted white and you will end up painting them anyways if you want them red. That being said if your old rims are structurally sound I would sand blast and paint your current rims and buy some new 9.5L x 15. Heres a pic of mine for comparison
    3 points
  11. Runner`s woman snuck me a pic of his newest tattoo...
    2 points
  12. Sadly don't remember where any were located here, but we used to carry our film to our local Rexall Drug Store plus they had a grill to get good food. WOW!, they had excellent fountain Chocolate Milkshakes. I miss those days.
    2 points
  13. Can’t believe we’ve made 9 pages and no one has mentioned this one.
    2 points
  14. That is bloody modern
    2 points
  15. Chuckle, I must really be old then, still remember when FDR was. And, later, one of our pilots, Gene Soucy, had an address at McKinnie. best, randy
    2 points
  16. That hitch looks great on there. Gotta love your little photo bomber.
    2 points
  17. In time I think I will blast and paint everything but tins but for now making little improvements here and there, sure makes a difference
    2 points
  18. Oleman.... I've wired 402 accounting machines, collators, and reproducers as well as card sorters. I had a fully wired 402 board but it got lost during one of the many moves. I'm sure nobody knew what it was so they just tossed it in the dumpster. General Electric model 225 computer had vac tubes as well. It covered an area of probably 20 feet by 40 feet and had 4k of memory. You arranged toggle switches to set the load addresses when you started a program. I too am a dinosaur.
    2 points
  19. Pumping regular gas for 9 Cents per gallon. A carton of regular luckies for 50 cents. When all Grandparents were still with us. Finding a 47 Caddy (flat head V/8) on the used car lot, and test driving it. Riding in the rumble seat of a 34 Ford Coupe. When Harry S. Truman was President. My first computer was a 1961 model it had no hard drive because hard drives did not appear until around 68. The whole 3 computer system had 96K of 30 bit core memory and had a clock speed on 2.5 Mhz. That system could take out an airplane 150 miles away at 100,000 feet flying m
    2 points
  20. Ok, can't figure why no mini skirts have not it this thread yet?Unless none of you liked that stuff.
    2 points
  21. 2 points
  22. Little bit of progress this weekend. One piece at a time...
    2 points
  23. 65 Chevy Cheyenne was what me and my buddy goat ripped in during high school, goats brother built it but never had time to drive it so we would wax it and fuel it and in return he would let us cruise, life was good when we hogged that pickup,
    2 points
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  25. I still use mine. Ron
    1 point
  26. Did some micro ficchin last night with the folds of honor poles. Only 50° here but them wee tings was biting. Dae cast into the same spot 30 times. Got 30 ficch. Im not gonna post all the stupid. Trout we're still catching.
    1 point
  27. So am I too assume that would include Hot Pants or how about the "who wears short shorts" commercial?
    1 point
  28. Grandpa had one when he first started farming. Used it on the silo blower. Never saw fieldwork while he had it. His brother in law worked for MM in Rock Island, Illinois. He overhauled that CC Case with MM pistons one time. In the MM plant, they wouldn't use any fasteners once they fell on the floor. At the end of the shift, they swept up the floors. Grease zerks, bolts, nuts, washers and cotter pins were sorted into coffee cans. He purchased several 5 pound coffee cans full and brought them out to the farm. We are still using NOS MM zerks and bolts today!
    1 point
  29. 2 family tractor. I purchased it from my neighbor who purchased it new in the spring of 1952. I could not help but post it. Has been in Sheridan township, Poweshiek County its entire life.
    1 point
  30. 1946 Farmall H. Grandpa purchased new. Uncle Norman rebuilt it and added the battery box seat and 560 fenders in college.
    1 point
  31. 1966 Farmall 706. Dad bought it at Grinnell Implement.
    1 point
  32. My niece snapped this pic of the 350 Diesel Utility my dad bought new in 1957.
    1 point
  33. The spring-applied/electric-over-hydraulic park brake has been pretty much "standard issue" on CaseIH products for nearly 20 years now. Started with the 2100 series combines in 1995...red combines have had it on both large and small-frame combines ever since. 2100 series used a grease zerk fitting by the cab door that you were supposed to pump up with Hy-Tran to release the park brake; that worked like a saddle on a sow. The 2300s and newer you could release by pumping up the park brakes by using the foot brakes in the cab. One thing about a dead combine is that you can remove the drive shafts
    1 point
  34. Looks like Leckie's made a good pair of work boots for driving your Farmall. From a 1951 ad.
    1 point
  35. Bought a .22 rifle from them about then. Delivered by U.S. Postal Service. Things have changed just a bit since then. LE
    1 point
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