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  1. Here are a few on tractors that have made their way here over the years. The Sharp Hardware Co one i found on a combine in a salvage yard.
  2. Farmall 560 as purchased in Ohio in fall of 2017. The guys we got it from bought it off the original owner just a few weeks prior.
  3. Here is a picture of our 1586.
  4. I asked a Mahindra rep where this issue was going to head recently and he told me not very far as Mahindra has a lot more money than Chrysler. I would agree with others, sounds like the basis may be that as the Mahindra is not road legal it is not a direct competitor to the current class of Jeeps. Ultimately what may be holding back sales on the Roxor is the inability to be road legal, or at least that seems to be the case here in Ontario. At $20,000 Canadian it is equivalent, or cheaper in price than many UTV's roaring up and down the side roads in our area.
  5. We have one here in Canada that came out of Kansas with the same options. Should check our serial number curious how close it would be. Have used it a few times to mow around farm and always thought it would have been a pretty non user friendly tractor to use all summer.
  6. https://www.tractorhouse.com/listings/farm-equipment/for-sale/29280801/1955-international-300 Nicest original looking 300 utility I have ever seen.
  7. Could be headed to Canada. A guy that lives about half an hour from us bought a restored 1468 with canopy at online auction a few weeks back somewhere in MN or ND can't remember. Detroit and Port Huron are popular crossings for most equipment imports our way. Would that line up with the direction it was spotted heading?
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    Massey Harris fans

    This one made it's way down the Trans Canada Highway on the tail of a double drop trailer 3 years ago. Came from Rosetown area. Not many clean original models in our neck of the woods.
  9. Any idea how many gas one's made? Would assume 686 was the last gas engine farm tractor sold by IH?
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    NH 7070?

    They have a good reputation in our part of the world. Mostly on dairy and small cash crop farms. In May we took in a T7030 with 2500hrs and a really sharp tractor, used it to plant corn. The guy that dealt it loved it and it shows when you look at it being a 10 year old tractor.
  11. 1026ON

    TIres for 966

    We like the look and feel of them. These are 34's, have used a number of 38's as well. These are SAT's.
  12. How many gas hydros made? Let alone a demo. Have never seen one before. Thanks for sharing.
  13. Nice to see a well kept Genesis. Still quite a few of them around here, hard to find one under 6000 hours now.We still run an 8670 and an 8770, however not near as pretty as that one. Probably the easiest tractors to sell used on our lot, but also the hardest to pry out of the hands of the owners.
  14. We have a set of like new O-6 metal here and at one time had a decent used set for an O-4. It got matched up with a tractor that was missing it's metal, similar to your case. Hope this gives you enough hope to keep the O-4 from being melted. I am glad to see there is still quite a bit of interest in these older orchard tractors.
  15. The pictures you shared of the 5288 made me think of a tractor around here. We have a 2wd 5288 here that we bought off Case IH in the early 90's. Supposedly was a yard tractor used for moving and running equipment at the Hamilton Ontario Plant. We picked it up in Hamilton right at the old plant when Case IH was liquidating what was left when they discontinued Case IH production there. It was offered to dealers through sealed bid. The tractor shows in somewhere between 1000-2000hrs, cant remember now, and has a 2355 loader attached to it. Still has road wore BFG Power Savers on it. Always makes me wonder how it ended up there and what stories it has to tell.
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