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Me And My 93

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93 Combining Wheat, 10ft Head

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93 Combine, 100 Barge Box On #52 Wagon with a mid west Hoist on a 404 Farmall

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Chopping Wheat Straw with a Farmall 766 Diesel, 550 harvester, #51 Forage Box on a #400 IHC wagon gear

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That is some beautiful equipment , Love all the pictures , Nothing green but the grass :)

What year is the "93" combine ??

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Very nice pictures

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Welcome to the forum Carl. I see you have the model 52 wagon and barge box doing their thing also. You need to post some pictures of your "Farmall 606" also. Speaking of Farmall 404's did you see the photos of the one that Brian Farm supply at Puslinch has for over $10,000. It came from just south of Exeter and was bought new there. The owner offered it to me last year for $7000 CAN but I passed it by as being too much money. However it looks like someone felt it was worth more than I thought it was. It has only 2145 hours on it and is a wide front with power steering.

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She is a 1963 93"s were built in Hamilton Ont. Canada from 1963 till 1968.

This Machine has not missed a season of work in 53 years.

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The engine on the combine looks exactly like the one on the IHC 201 swather dad purchased new in 1964

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Our 2 93 Combines, one with Planitary Steer and one with Automotive Steering

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Our Grain Wagons, IHC Wagon with 125 Bu. box on Super C,

200 Farmall with #10 IHC Auger Cart

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275 Windrower with 10-1/2 ft auger header cutting Winter Wheat

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275 Windrower with 10-1/2 ft auger header cutting Winter Wheat

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Giving the 815 a Work out, She's a 1978 about the last of this series sold in our area as the all New 1400. Rotory's were introduced in 1978 and by 1979 every farmer bought red IH Rotory's

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Welcome, Good to see you again. Never get tired of seeing your equipment getting it done. Grew up with a 201 Swather with a conditioner. The 404, 504, early 656 and 706 are one of my favorite style tractors, best looking IH's made. Good to see you keep eveything up so well....James

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That's the problem, We only Hobby Farm so we need to take our time and play so our jobs last longer, between our acre of garden and four more plots of dirt in the neighbourhood, we play on about 20 acres.

The 93 combines were build in 1962 till 1968, not 1963. 93's were available with both steering styles, Planetary Combines ended when 93 production ended.

That planetary steer was excellent, you could turn around on a dime and have change left over.

Carl

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350 farmall, 1 PR IH Picker Picker with 100 barge box picking somecobs for squirrels and birds

for winter

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