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  1. Some of you may remember I posted about a lady, baling hay video with a 55 W baler that she herself restored Paso Robles CA., around 2014. In 2016 I realized it was for sale. I enquired but I had no room and had several projects going. It was just too good a baler to let go so I told her I was interested but did not have room . She said no problem its in shed safe and sound . I told her sell it to first real money offer . I have not met you yet and have no place to keep it indoors. May ,Memorial Day, at Santa Margarita Ranch Show, I met Her and told Her I was about to start building shelter , She said its fine in my shed till you have your space. Danny Anderson was out for the show so He and I went out to see the baler . In great shape had just baled 200 bales with no misses , ((that is rare for a 55W) I paid her then and today 12/19/17 Mel Montero & I picked it up along with a parts baler she through in. The parts baler was hard to get out it was back in a valley over a hill up a narrow dirt road . We aired the tires fortunate they held, I used my four wheel Drive,(for once) to drag her out. the good baler was in a nice shed on nicer dirt roads . I brought them out to stage them for Mel's low boy, Lucky we brought a fork lift. Got them home just before dark and put away. Good day picking up RED GEMS, nearly two years later. Tony Few pictures, Not the best but we were trying to get it done and I'll get better pictures of donor & good one in shed . It was dark when we were unloading. Most of the work was getting them out of there resting areas with no damage and get them through cattle gates & guards with the pickup . No tractor available . Last two pic's were of Memorial Day when I bought it and Danny And I went to see it . That is the Lady that restored it , ran it , and sold it.