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  • Birthday 03/15/1974

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    GRINNELL, IOWA
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    MY INTERESTS?? ANYTHING RELATED TO THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY.

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  1. The spoked wheels could have been steel wheels that were cut down and welded into wheel rims for pneumatic tires.
  2. I blew the rear speakers in my 83 Regal blasting (You) Shook me all night long by AC/DC. That was shortly after the 350 transplant. I miss that car!
  3. 856 for me. Something about the sound of a 407 under load....
  4. Dad's 856 Custom that we were forced to sell in 1995 at our farm sale. Would love to find it again. Tried once a few years ago and failed
  5. Dad's GMC 6500 needed a windshield wiper motor this spring. The dealer, NAPA, etc. struggled to find one. Finally installed one last week, so it will finally pass DOT inspection.
  6. 300 and 330 never had a diesel engine. 350 used the Continental.
  7. My 856 diesel with M&W turbo and factory cab. Also my 856 gas with factory open station.
  8. Noticed empty shelves in the soda case at the local Casey's over the weekend. Between general parts shortages, and now the JD strike, calls for parts on all ages of JD equipment are way up at work. Weird time in history.
  9. Central Iowa just raised to 3.09 after holding at 2.99 for almost 2 months.
  10. Day 2 using the wagons instead of the trucks. Beans are yielding very good. Dad says I enjoy farming old school with the wagons. He's right, I do!
  11. I had a light blue 1983 Buick Regal diesel. Replaced it with a 350 chevy/ 350 trans. That car was fun!
  12. Dad overfilled one wagon and had a few to clean up. The Ranger worked well for that job!
  13. Finally dried out enough to run beans after 2 rounds of needed rain. Too sloppy for the trucks. So the wagons came out of the shed.
  14. Better to be lucky than good! Glad it worked out for the best.
  15. I agree. What value is gold when food and ammunition are what society needs the most?
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