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    Showing hogs and cattle in 4-H, American history, 80’s country music, antique tools, gardening, farming and farm machinery- especially IH equipment

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  1. That’s pretty neat. I like the literature stuff as well. It would be interesting to sort through all of it, but the 06-66 series is what I really like.
  2. Stu Paquette in Leesburg, Florida is who had the museum. Aumann Auction did the sales. There was maybe five auctions they did in mid October selling all the collection. That was it as far as I know.
  3. Great looking machine. Those 68’s really make a restoration look good!
  4. Awesome, even better when the implements are still in use. Gives you more appreciation with preserving the machinery.
  5. Looks good. Those are nice implements, always neat to see them with tractors still. Are any of them still in use?
  6. Nice Hydro 100 and 966 NF👍
  7. Great photos and machinery as always Eric! I should see if I can come to your place for an internship?😄
  8. An A and a 100. Not much different from the Cub and the model 10. Pretty nice setup to use.
  9. Four years ago we had a bunch of leaves in the yard and we took the Cub and put leaves in the McCormick #10 manure spreader. I was surprised how good it spread the leaves in the pasture. True story.
  10. There definitely should be a hydro for a walk behind mower.
  11. Neat pictures. My favorite is the second one in the OP.
  12. Thank you all for the kind words. What a great forum. Funeral was a very nice tribute. He was a strong Christian, became a fire fighter in 1972 and became chief in 1993. There had to be a hundred firefighters there. It was great to see extended family members again. Learned history as well. Saw headstones of relatives, visited in Edmond, where my Farmall Cub was sold new on June 11th, 1948, and got a print of this picture. This is also Orvale (I think that’s the correct spelling) in an earlier photo with a Super M LP and 7ft IH sickle mower. Found out to the son of Orvale still has the Super M-TA LP.
  13. Thank you Jeff. @Tonyinca knows what a set up like this is like😉
  14. Thank you. It has been 10 1/2 years since we have been back there so it will be nice to see family I haven’t seen since I was little. Since I’m in the Texas Panhandle for college I haven’t seen my parents and sister in two months. They came down to get me tonight, so it is good to see them.
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