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  1. NICE 2 + 2! I read some information on the Harvester ore ship - I was not sure if it had been discussed here or not - if it has an IH on it, I'm sure it has in one way or another.
  2. Lets try these. Great sidehill shots, we don't even come close to anything like this in NW IL.
  3. More aircraft/diamond treads Looks like I need to get them bigger so we can see them
  4. Those diamond treads seemed to be all the rage on augur wagons & bigger grain carts in the 80's if not mistaken.
  5. Gary there are some great ads out there. That Waterloo Boy ad must be from before John Deere got involved with them. Here is another vintage 1905 ad for the Waterous engine company. I thought the same thing Loadstar. I had no idea there was a Waterloo Boy before JD. Looks like I need to do some research. Ralph & redneckchevy9, Waterloo, Iowa... In 1958 I went through the John Deere Factory when they were still building two cylinder tractors. Now... I don't know if "John Deere" bought out Waterloo Boy tractor company, or whether John Deere built the Waterloo Boy as a model and called them that, because they were made there? I'm not that up to date on the green and yellow company? Here are a couple of Waterloo Boy tractors. The first at Lewistown, Montana, where I grew up. The second in Belgium. I don't know which paint scheme is correct? Waterloo Boy at Lewistown 6-14-14 red.jpg Waterloo Boy tractor in Belgium.jpg This photo shows a Waterloo Boy, an IHC Titan, a Case and a Fordson at the Montana State College, agriculture division, years ago, when apparently these companies wanted them exposed to the college kids there? Gary Waterloo Boy, IHC Titan, Case & Fordson at Bozeman MSC red.jpg sweet bonnet on that Fordson behind that Waterloo Boy in Belgium, looks like an interesting Massey with those big steel wheels in the front.
  6. Gary there are some great ads out there. That Waterloo Boy ad must be from before John Deere got involved with them. Here is another vintage 1905 ad for the Waterous engine company. I thought the same thing Loadstar. I had no idea there was a Waterloo Boy before JD. Looks like I need to do some research.
  7. Loadstar, did this pull behind work just as a combine does today? How was it unloaded once the grain bin was full --- PTO?
  8. I like the 2 main purposes highlighted in ad, the military & farming. Looks like we know what was important in 1947.
  9. What are the canopies for? Something to roll down over night?
  10. Thats got to be an old one. I don't think even I wore suits like that when I was a kid. :-) Loadstar - the year was 1942. Imagine how many farm kids wore these
  11. Better pick a few up before they are sold out!
  12. I dont want to sound like a dummy, but are those bags in the second picture?
  13. Not sure if this is an ad or not & many may have saw this, but I thought it was cool. http://s173.photobucket.com/user/SNOWDENBRINKMANS/slideshow/W%20SERIES%20INFORMATION
  14. I have a question, I have 12 photos of W Series Literature that I ran across on the net. I would love to post them, but I do not want to have to make several post in order to get all the pages....what is the best option do you guys think?
  15. Mike,I did take a picture of the clunker I picked up at the junk store. Yours is very nice! I don't remember seeing them around central Montana. Apparently the dealerships in the area ignored that program from IH. Pith Helmet side view red.jpg I do remember when there was an International Harvester Day at the local civic center. These measuring stick canes were part of that. Gary International Harvester walking-measuring stick.JPG Nice momento OBG from that harvest day! In regards to the IH pith hats, what program are you talking about that IH must have missed in Montana
  16. Can anyone identify the pins they are the men in the last picture are wearing? They look like a baby standing with a diaper on w/ some ribbon underneath, or I could be completely wrong
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