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Found 19 results

  1. Meet Mr. Clyde

    Here is my wife's latest rescue cat. He was born and raised on our acreage and is approximately 3 years old. He was your typical tom cat. Would come and go as he pleased but not normally gone for more than a couple days at a time. When he was around he always wanted attention from my wife so they formed a pretty special bond. The conversation was had lots of times whether or not he should become a house cat. But we both agreed that he was to free spirited to be caged. And the reason those conversations were had was because he was using up some of his nine lives. One time he came home with the hair burned off his face. Other times he'd come home limping on one of his for legs cause he'd tangled with another critter of sorts somewhere. But he always came home to heal up and fuel up for the next adventure. The last time he left he was gone for 4 days and after day 3 we began to wonder if he wasn't coming back. Coyotes and Coons are around and we were fearing the worst. However on day 4 he was home. Right rear leg all swelled up. So he hobbled home on three. Didn't think much of it cause it'd happened before. So we started watching him closely to see what was gonna happen. The swelling went down and this time it was bad. We're pretty sure he'd been in a trap. And after the swelling was completely gone we could see the main bone in his foot. And his toes started turning blue so his paw was dying. So the next morning was gonna be grab and go to the vet. The vet knew our plans. However Clyde was gone. So we hoped he'd come back. And he did. So our plan was delayed 24 hours. The next morning he was hungry so he stayed close. I tried grabbing him by the scruff of his neck. He had none. From all his traveling he had muscle tone and not much fat or loose skin. But I got a hold of him. And much to my surprise he didn't fight me any. Put him in a carrier and off we went. The vet agreed that more than likely he was caught in a trap and the blue toes wasn't good. It wasn't a death sentence by any means but amputation was our only option. So he is officially on three. The vet said when she was in school they said cats and dogs have four legs, three and a spare. And as you can see in the picture below, Clyde has made himself at home in the house. He's adapted to it rather well and has no interest in going back outside.
  2. Something You Don't See Very Often

    Was browsing Big Iron today to see what was on Wednesday's auction. Lots of items again this week. Nothing I have to have. But I came across this old truck. And with all the truck talk that's been going on here the last while I decided to post up a link. In my opinion it's got that OLD SCHOOL COOL thing going on. https://www.bigiron.com/Lots/1974GMC6500TAGrainTruck
  3. Ice Festival In China

    Well worth looking at in my opinion. Pretty neat. Enjoy. http://www.wcbris.us/Info/Documents.Sharing/icefestivalchina.pdf
  4. Eastern Iowa IH Dealerships

    In my trucking travels around eastern Iowa I started to notice how many old IH dealerships I actually went to, drove by, and are close to. So with the help of my wife, we printed off the Iowa section of the International Harvester Dealers Of The Past website and we have begun the task of taking pictures of all those buildings that were once affiliated with the International Harvester Company. Some of these will be the prototype pylon buildings, some will not. And I know off one place the building is gone but the cement is still there. That picture will be obviously for documentation but will be included at some point. Some of these places are close to home and I will share more information on them just because their local to me. So this post should hopefully be a ongoing one. Stay tuned and I hope you enjoy this. Today's post will be the largest one days worth of entries. I've been waiting till I had several to get this started. I also waited till the website got fixed from the recent issues it had. A big thanks to BJ for getting us back up and running smoothly. The first image is off the internet. As we all know it was a HUGE company back in the day.
  5. 806 L.P.

    Just found this on Craigslist. Thought you guys might enjoy seeing it. https://dubuque.craigslist.org/grd/d/h-806-lp-gas/6490394964.html
  6. Transtar Had A Bad Day

    Been driving by this thing for the last couple of weeks. Decided today was the day to stop for pictures. It appears the hoist broke. Much to my surprise it looks like the box took the hit. The frame of the truck actually looked ok. Cab looked pretty clean. It had a stale smell so I'm assuming it's been a farm truck for a long time. The licence plates are gone and it's in a insurance auction lot. I don't know anything else about it. Just sharing some pictures.
  7. Dogs and Kids

    If you like kids and dogs this post is for you. I got this via email and just had to share.
  8. Gold demo. Dash?

    What part of the dash steering console was black? Seen a 656 the other day thought it could be
  9. 756 Serial Number 7546

    Found this last night on my nightly rounds. The serial number got my attention. But the listing didn't have any pictures so I emailed asking for some. With a $5900 dollar asking price I personally expected something quite a bit better than this. I'm not affiliated with this in any way shape or form. I just don't understand how people can treat equipment like that. And it's to bad with such a low serial number. Anyway just thought I'd share some pictures of the 46th 756 off the line. So sad. 😢
  10. State IH Show Iowa 2014

    Was looking at some pictures yesterday and decided to share a few. I'm trying to abide by the new FORUMS RULES someone posted about wanting more pictures.😀 Well here's three pictures of a couple loads of tractors I hauled to the State IH Show in Belmond, Iowa in August of 2014. The feature was H's, M's, and 06 series. These tractors are owned by several people so I'm going to give descriptions of each. I want to give credit to those who need it. These are NOT all mine. I just had the pleasure of hauling these babies. The owner of the 450 in the second and third pictures said it looked impressive when we arrived. So forgive me please if this gets long winded. I'm a sucker for details and I know some others on here are to so here we go. Picture 1 from front to back. 1944 Farmall H with a Heisler 9 speed transmission serial number 153395. Then a 1949 Farmall M with a Heisler 9 speed transmission serial number 209450. Next another 1949 Farmall M serial number 209408. And on the back a 1966 1206 with a serial number of 12348. The front two are owned by RED TRACTOR FEVER. The back two are owned by NEPOWESHIEKFARMALLS. And if you noticed the numbers on both 49 M's. There pretty close. We'd been wanting to get them together for awhile. When I found out the feature was what it was the game was on. I played mobile tire repair man to. 209408 had bad tubes. They were leaking chloride and wouldn't stay up. So the afternoon before hauling them up red tractor fever fixed tires for nepoweshiekfarmalls. And one more thing. These two M's live 27 miles apart. Pictures 2 and 3 are obviously the same load. I'll start up on the deck. That's my dad in laws Super MTA serial number 63135.. He bought it in 64 when he started farming. If you look closely it's got a dry element air filter on it. I think it's M&W. I've only ever seen one other. It was for sale on Yesterday's Tractor for $50.00. Don't know why I didn't buy it but I didn't. 😠Next up is a 450 serial number 619 with factory spin out wheels. It's owned by some great friends of ours. The next one is what we call GRANDPA'S MTA. My wife's grandfather bought it new and it's still on the same farm. It's got M&W pistons in it. It's a horse for sure. The serial number on it is 65382. And on the back is my 826-13344. A Louisville Super M serial number 6521 was supposed to go but I ran out of time to get it ready. So the 826 got to go. And it turned out to be a good thing. An older gentleman was there that sold his 826 many years ago and regretted it everyday since. His son asked me if his dad could sit on mine which of course was fine. I wish we could've gotten a picture of it. However we were on our way home with the first load when it probably happened. So in the end the 826 needed to go. Everything happens for a reason. Hope you guys have enjoyed my ramblings.
  11. 1939 farmall rims

    Looking for 36 inch rims for 1939 farmall h close to Ohio thank you
  12. One of each series

    Well I am getting things put away for the winter so I thought I would line these up and get a picture. I thought it was like of neat to have one of each series from the 560 on. Not pictured are another 560, another 706, 3 more 1086's, a 186, and a 3588. All of these still earn their keep around the place.
  13. Rantoul Revisited 2017

    A selection of exhibits at the Half Century of Progress, Rantoul IL. Lets start off with some Red. BK
  14. Hi Guys well we all love pictures, here's a few i took of some good old red iron at our local antique tractor pull last weekend.
  15. Local show/drive today

    We had our local festival today on the town square kicking off the county fair. There was a tractor show on the bricks and a tractor drive following the show put on by our Farm Bureau Young Leader group. It was hot! The temp on the truck thermometer showed 103* at one point during the drive. No mechanical breakdowns and a good attitude from all the participants made it a success. I didn't have the time to get mine ready to go so I went along in a chase truck. I think we did around 40 miles. Here's the pics. 560D owned by one of my neighbors and purchased from another neighbor. He restored it but it spent its working years about 2 miles from my house. Another 560D belonging to a different neighbor of mine. Super M-TA belonging to one of our fellow forum members. Super C Super H CaseIH 75C 706 gas 1466 with duals and cab. I believe this one has been in the family since new. 504 gas. This gentleman drove here from KY to go on our drive. WD45 diesel Oliver 60 Oliver 1900 with the Detroit power plant Oliver 1800 gas JD 4320 AC model C
  16. Thank you!

    Thank you,. I just put on my first photo in the coffee shop with out help from anyone, straight from my phone. No issues at all,. Click "add media" and poof there it is!!!!! Thank you Red Power Forum Team.. Matt
  17. Finally figured it out

    So I have been along time lurker reading this forum daily. I have tried photobucket and other apps and wasn't happy with any of them. Well I finally figured out away to resize and post pictures from my phone. With that being said here are some random pictures.
  18. Vintage farm ads late 70's

    These are some adds from 1977 and 1979 that I thought you guys would enjoy. They are from the Wallaces Farmer magazine.
  19. I wanted something a little more heavy duty for trail/off road use on the back of my Scout. It had to be heavy enough to hold up the whole rig and also have at least one tow point for recovery and tie down purposes. I know you all like pics so here it goes. The first bumper I made. It was done in 15 minutes, painted, and thrown in for a next day trail ride. This one worked but wasn't as nice as I wanted it to be. (The tube is an Allis Chalmers planter frame) After a visit to the local welding shop for supplies. The goal was to sleeve heavy wall tubing into the frame and build off of that. First step was to mark and cut out the portion covering the open box end of the frame.