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About IHKIWI

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  • Birthday 10/08/1974

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    Male
  • Location
    Timaru,New Zealand
  • Interests
    '79 Scout 2
    Early '50's AL-110 Ute (Pickup)
    1938 Fairway 14, 1938 O-14
    1955 BT6 Crawler
    All things IH

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  1. Depth charge testing ..... the early yearsπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
  2. So is my pie ready yet?????πŸ˜‹
  3. Great info , thanks a lot, ....cool projectπŸ‘ Heath, NZ
  4. Hi Brett, , I,m heading down from Timaru Thurs/Fri this week, taking one little tractor with me. Martin Thompson ( here on the forum) is already moving his tractors in that direction and will hopefully have 3 tractors there along with 2 of his fathers machines. The new layout will be interesting ,... I hav’nt been to it myself for a few years now so it will be good to get back β€œhome” so to speak.....Marty and I are friends from the Gore area from way back when πŸ‘ looking forward to a fun weekend, hope to meet you thereπŸ‘ Heath , Timaru
  5. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘way to go fella
  6. News to me !!πŸ˜†
  7. Not his cousin... that was me !!!πŸ˜œπŸ˜‚
  8. Welcome to the future boys!!... it's the world first fully Autonomous "Eco" truck ......no driver, ......no emissions, ............no maintenance........no sense either!!!πŸ™„πŸ˜‚....must be on its way to Nebraska to re-stock its other special friends 😜
  9. The old Farmall in Belgium appears to a β€œBM” or possibly β€œEM” British built version of the American M .....definitely British wide front end and air cleaner cap. ”B” for British β€œE” for European... Although I believe both were built at the IH Doncaster plant in England. Heath,NZ
  10. Lol....yep....Uncle Billy is top of his gameπŸ‘πŸ˜‚
  11. Nebraska drone with its wings clipped 🀣
  12. LOL.. it says Dynamic welder right on the tag of the second picture 🀣
  13. Hi everyone, looking for info on 3388 serial numbers; I have looked at some around here with a difference in the serial prefixes ie: 288000 7U XXXXX and: 288000 1U XXXXX First number has a 7 (seven) before the 'U',.....the second number has a 1 (one) before the 'U'. Does anyone know the meaning of these digits??……..I understand " 288" is the kind/type and the "U" is USA build. IIRC , Uncle Ken wrote about this in the Magazine a while back. Are line setting tickets available for these tractors?? I'm trying to track down the 3388's that came to NZ, ( Only 16 we believe ) Any help greatly appreciated. Thanks, Heath,NZ
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