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About H-D

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  • Birthday 12/25/2004

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    west central Mo.
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    Aviation,V35 Bonanza, motorcycles (mostly Harley-Davidson) red tractors (some green too), old cars (1929 Model A original driver) and good friends, (J) and BBQ etc.Bought a 09 605M vermeer,in 2015 and kept my 40 year old 850 NH chain baler

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  1. Tony, don't remember if I ever mentioned that I am also a pilot and my last two airplanes were Beach Bonanza's, a G (1956) that I put about 1000 hrs on it and a V-35 (1966) that I flew about 1500 hrs ( ran the TBO out on the 285 cont.) along with a bunch of rental cessna's, etc. I enjoyed your post with your Cessna 172. Mto's post left a bad taste I think, and I am not impressed with him.

    Tell Tamara hi for me and tell her to hang in there. Some of my nerve damage is getting better and I hope hers will too.  

    Best, H-D

  2. bradm


    I am wanting more h.p. Don't want to get rid of my 460 for many reasons. Trying to do research, I found a post where you changed your 4 into a 560 by the exact same way I as thinking. Changing crank, pistons, etc. 


    i would like like to chat more in detail. If you can email me maybe we can correspond or even chat. 




    1. H-D


      mb8844@centurylink.netmy 460 is still working on the farm  and is 57 years old.:D

  3. DD that SOB does mean "sweet ole boy" doesn't it?
  4. Hornet-------Hudson ( for you "youngsters", that was a brand of car way back in the past,)
  5. power pack (56 chev option)
  6. air pollution!!! Sorry, couldn't resist either.
  7. carburetor--------injector
  8. H-D

    Vintage Ads

    HD, here is your 56 Buick, although this one has an extra porthole. Was that the Roadmaster? And yes, they do refer to the dynaflow "variable pitch" . Along with the big 364 engine I guess it was a nice driver. I'd take one. Edit, on second thought, this car is actually a 57 Buick. Ralph, the special had three portholes, the century and roadmaster had four. I still think that I would agree with you on liking to have a 57 like the one in your add. not gona say this was smart, but in my 56 special with the "variable pitch" dynaflow I, (or someone I know very well) found that the Buick could darned sure hold it's own, and often times beat the 56 Olds 88 in a "out in the country" drag race by putting the dynaflow in low range and leaving it till reaching 80 mph before shifting to drive.
  9. H-D

    Vintage Ads

    dynaflow, or some spelling like it was what I remember in a 56/58 Buick as I had a 56 hard top special ( three port hole on finders) Ron. The hydros were in the olds, Pontiac, Cad etc. ( I think)
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