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Heres my families 1952 Farmall H bought new by my family.  And 1937 Case CC in same family since new !!

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Nice looking tractors. Good job on restoreing them.

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. My brother at the county fair with the 44 M that got away but was never more than 5 miles from home that dadbought back a couple years before he passed  then  dad on the 44 H that has never left the farm  

And finally me giving my grandsons a ride on the 706 that was bought new by my grandfather and was traded in the 70s that I bought back a couple years ago Gotta get a pic of my grandson on at the wheel. 
My great grandfather bought the H and M  so six generations have driven them. 

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Not the prettiest tractors in the world but my Grandpa bought this H in 1948. It was willed to me when he died in 2014.

He also bought this 1963 460.

Dad and Grandpa bought the 786 new in November 1982. Still have the original bill of sale.

Dad bought the 3230 in December 1996

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886 my dad bought new in 1976, traded a 1206 and an 806 and got a 886 and 1086, kept the 886, I got it from dad and restored it then traded it to my uncle for a 1456 family tractor, hopefully I will end up with the 886 again 1 day, and I know the car isn't ih but that also was in the family since new, dad use to pull a wagon with seed sacks on it to the field with it20180719_120036.thumb.jpg.769f124de6c07e137e7d4501cb9cb74c.jpg20170427_111820.thumb.jpg.51a119363ac7dbaf8f69eaac9a766c08.jpg20170202_181944.thumb.jpg.85767db3371cc61356aa69b3ab66a5b9.jpg20171022_135038.thumb.jpg.750f313f987a5feb1d96c16426e1d407.jpg20170421_121343.thumb.jpg.fbc4543c57c3dd1795e6e64ea744ad07.jpg

 

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The Hydro 186 has been in our family since new. In the photo are my Dad, Grandpa, my sister, niece and me.

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The LADY that my dad and grandmother bought brand new in the spring of 1973. Has just over 7K hours on her an she's itching to be back in a field doing what she was made to do,,,,, work ground

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3 minutes ago, cougar766 said:

The LADY that my dad and grandmother bought brand new in the spring of 1973. Has just over 7K hours on her an she's itching to be back in a field doing what she was made to do,,,,, work ground

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I gather from the one picture that they must have or had some type of tractor show at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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Awesome pictures! 

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Here are a couple pictures of 806 my grandpa bought new still here. The 1460 dad bought next to new 101 hours when he bought it. The bottom pic is 806 and A JD on farmhand the other grandpa bought close to new. Plus the f gleaner combine that grandpa bought new and got traded for 1460. Then the cub cadet that has been around forever 

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The wide front SMTA and the 826 were both bought new by my wife's grandfather. Both are still on the same farm. They are currently one owner third generation tractors. I think the baler behind the SMTA was bought new to. They still have it but hasn't been used in years. He also bought a 8N Ford new with the overdrive. Don't have any pictures of that.

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1946 OS6 bought new by my Dad and Grandfather. Pictured taken summer of 2017

Summer of 2018 I had the chance to have photos of  the 46 and 51 OS6 we had on the farm, Dad bought the 51 new as well, that tractor is owned by my nephew  

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Don't have any pictures handy and it's not IH, but the only one I've got is my Grandpa's Oliver 70. It still has the original muffler under the hood and amazingly still has the original cloth covered plug wires with the green paint still on them. And his 77 Oliver is back there too.

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My buddy has an f20 his grandparent got new, he showed me once how it started with the hand crank, dead winter hadn't been started all winter and it fired right up

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This is a picture of the 77 when it was about new sometime around 1950. The 70 never got any pictures taken of it that I've found.

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The 350 my Great Grandfather bought new in 57’.  It is now mine.8AD65578-CE61-4FE5-9905-6ACBDE75973E_zps

Original pic of him picking corn in the early 60’s

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The 1086 Grandpa bought new in 78’.  Grandpa passed late last year and I am working to buy this from his estate  31C2CAE7-6ACF-4B3D-B09B-C19785E365A9_zps

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656 grandpa bought brand new in 68.

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2 minutes ago, Littlefeller said:

656 grandpa bought brand new in 68.

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That's an awesome 656, love it, I'm going to be restoring one myself and will put the ice cream cab on it, looks like a shrunken 1256 with that cab on

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Dont have any tractors.  But I do have my grandpas 79 F250 he bought new and I did a nut and bolt restoration on it.

This pic is grandpa sitting in it after done

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28 minutes ago, 88seriesrestorer said:

Dont have any tractors.  But I do have my grandpas 79 F250 he bought new and I did a nut and bolt restoration on it.

This pic is grandpa sitting in it after done

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I'm a Chevy guy but that pickup is beautiful 

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7 minutes ago, Rusty shackleford said:

I'm a Chevy guy but that pickup is beautiful 

It’s even nicer in person. I’ve walked around it and it is better than new

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Grandpa bought My 36 F30 in 37 with a dealer red paint job,  used on the farm, then on my uncles acreage until he pushed it in the weeds,  it was sold to a neighbor who wanted the Heisler OD and rear wheels but he never got around to getting the heisler off.  I got it back from his son for what his dad paid my uncle for it.  My son and I restored it.  It was never more than 10 miles from home or the original dealer until i started hauling it around.

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6 hours ago, Reichow7120 said:

I gather from the one picture that they must have or had some type of tractor show at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Actually RFD TV had a parade of trucks there a few years ago and also invited the local antique tractors

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13 minutes ago, Grampas30 said:

Grandpa bought My 36 F30 in 37 with a dealer red paint job,  used on the farm, then on my uncles acreage until he pushed it in the weeds,  it was sold to a neighbor who wanted the Heisler OD and rear wheels but he never got around to getting the heisler off.  I got it back from his son for what his dad paid my uncle for it.  My son and I restored it.  It was never more than 10 miles from home or the original dealer until i started hauling it around.

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Glad you got it back I have a F30 that my wife's Dad had but not since new. It's a '36 and by all evidence it appeared to be a red from the factory. It's a narrow tread model serial number is FB 14376 V?

It was missing the aircleaner I adapted one from a parts M I had 

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1942 H my grandfather bought new and has never been off the farm.

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