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  1. Here's the link: https://www.auctiontime.com/listings/farm-equipment/auctions/online/30912913/1985-international-7288
  2. I don't know if anyone watched this show after the SuperBowl. The guy is a talented singer, but the pickup in the background was far more interesting to me! Check it out... https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=116&v=CEtnKTOk0ds
  3. Cool1566, I too have seen the photos with the black centers. I've never seen a real tractor like that, though. I think Ertl even used that photo on the back of the packaging for some of their toy 3588s. I heard or read somewhere years ago that those tractors with black wheels were for the Canadian (or maybe some other export) market. I know there was a Canadian version of the 33 & 3588 brochure printed.
  4. It's kind of Interesting that the 1586 has cast duals and flat top fenders. I'm assuming that's a 15 because that looks like the cast center for a 4" axle...
  5. If you look at the CaseIH 255 http://www.tractordata.com/farm-tractors/001/1/4/1144-caseih-255-dimensions.html , It shows the same ag tire sizes as the 254, but it also lists turf tires. I don't know if this will help you or not.
  6. I have quite a few of the Craftsman 19.2 tools. The oldest are about 10-12 years old and I use the new Li-ion high-capacity 4 A/hr. batteries in all of them. Switching to Li-ion makes them 5X the tool they were with Ni-cad! The only thing to watch out for, as mentioned previously, is you have to use a Li-ion charger or a multi-chemistry charger for Li-ion batteries or you could have a fire. I don't know about the very first 19.2 tools, but I have even used the 19.2 Lithium batteries in a craftsman 18.0v drill and it worked fine. No adapters needed.
  7. I live in Minot, now. I grew up north of here, 2 miles from the border.
  8. This was in Minot. There was also an H, but nothing older than that. Of course there was a handful of two-bangers and some nice Olivers.
  9. I just thought I would share the handful of very nice IH entries that were in the parade this year. Just seeing that 14 with Old Glory waving behind her made sitting through 3 hours of the parade worth it!
  10. It's hard to believe the "newest" IH tractor is 33 years old today
  11. Has anyone ever seen 88 series MFWD fenders with the IH logo molded into them toward the bottom (similar to JD 50-55-60 series)? I swear I've seen them in a brochure or something years ago, but have never been able to confirm such a thing actually existed...
  12. George, is this one of the pictures you were referring to?
  13. I joined Red Power in Sept. 2008. You joined in March 2010. SORRY I DIDNT HAVE A CRYSTAL BALL SO I COULD HAVE KNOWN SOMEONE MORE WORTHY OF THE NAME WOULD COME ALONG!!!
  14. I want to assume it's one of the logos to the left and right of the door, in this picture....
  15. Sorry, I didn't mean to get you excited thinking the Holy Grail had been found! I remember you talking about that BIG sign in another thread. Maybe that former employee ended up with some other gems from Farmall and they will resurface in the near future. We can only hope!
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