Randy Sohn

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About Randy Sohn

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  • Birthday 02/01/1934

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    Savage, Minnesota
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    Antique cars, antique airplanes, letter series tractors

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  1. Randy Sohn

    IH parts box/crate

    Art, now that you've jogged my memory, concur with you. For some reason, mower parts stuck in my mind, was Les Rowe Implement at/in Lake Park, Iowa. best, randy
  2. Randy Sohn

    IH parts box/crate

    Brings back some distant memories, I recall seeing crates/? like that but - for the life of me - can't now remember what came in them or where. best, randy
  3. Randy Sohn

    Arcola il

    Looks like upside down? Anyhow, a "B" that never was, no B"s were ever built that I know of with an IH logo on the cowling. That came later, IIRC they were all McCormick-Deerings. best, randy
  4. Randy Sohn

    Trip to Avoca Iowa

    But what I remember most about SUX was my dad taking me along to the Exchange Building in the stockyards for our noontime meal when we'd yearly sold our fattened steers. best, randy
  5. Randy Sohn

    Florence

    Sure have been thinking of all of you peeps down there! Our big bug-a-booh up here is a snowstorm/blizzard. When I went thru USAF pilot training we were at Spence AB in Moultrie, GA but several of my cadet chums went to pilot training at Kinston, NC. Looking at the map I see that Kinston is in that area of bad WX also. best, randy
  6. Randy Sohn

    Trip to Avoca Iowa

    Art, where's the S-A-C museum now, it used to be up on the NE end of OFF's runway 03 near Bellevue when I was stationed there (Offutt AFB was Ft. Crook many years ago)? best, randy
  7. Randy Sohn

    Florence

    WCCO-TV newspeeps said several from up here likewise. best, randy
  8. Randy Sohn

    Trip to Avoca Iowa

    Was stationed at OFF when I was in the USAF, try'n now to recall what that was called? "Carter Lake", meb'be? best, randy
  9. Randy Sohn

    Florence

    Concur with all that you'd said! best, randy
  10. Randy Sohn

    Best thing to do with a barney knob

    Concur - with both! best, randy
  11. Randy Sohn

    Best thing to do with a barney knob

    Chuckle, had'em on all our tractors and had a retactible one on the Chevy. best, randy
  12. Randy Sohn

    F-20 Road Gear

    Ah-so, yup, likely so! I can remember our school bus went past a farm on the way to school (1at grade - 1939) and I remember seeing a brand new one in a field. It had cast rear wheels (like the H's and M's) that came out the following year (1940). best, randy
  13. Randy Sohn

    F-20 Road Gear

    IIRC, the 1939 model F-20's (first year that had "on rubber" rear wheels option) had a road gear availible as an option. best, randy
  14. Randy Sohn

    Slow board?

    Chuckle, doubt it, tho it was (again here - IIRC) a 1-1/2 horse John Deere. best, randy
  15. Randy Sohn

    Slow board?

    IIRC, we had a little water-cooled engine on the pump-jack that had that "hit or miss" ignition or valve action (or something like that?) best, randy