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Do not recall seeing a specific display as such . 
saw many that had private plaques that mentioned it 

Tony 

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1 hour ago, Dan Robinson said:

supposed to be a display in Springfield

Iam thinking you are right about it being in Springfield, OH also which is next year 2022 not sure of dates though.

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1 minute ago, Wes806 said:

Iam thinking you are right about it being in Springfield, OH also which is next year 2022 not sure of dates though.

Are you taking your 806? 

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1 minute ago, IHhogfarmer said:

Are you taking your 806? 

Thought about it . But mine sure ain't all pretty and shined up. It is not one that has been in family since new but I did run this same one when I 12 years old.  That's been a few years ago ?

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3 minutes ago, Wes806 said:

Thought about it . But mine sure ain't all pretty and shined up. It is not one that has been in family since new but I did run this same one when I 12 years old.  That's been a few years ago ?

Doesn’t need to be new to go to RPRU! 

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2 hours ago, IHhogfarmer said:

Doesn’t need to be new to go to RPRU! 

I know I'm still tossing it around about taking it.

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 Doing it in Springfield Ohio  2022 Redpower Roundup  June 23-25 

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8 hours ago, IHhogfarmer said:

Doesn’t need to be new to go to RPRU! 

 

8 hours ago, Wes806 said:

Thought about it . But mine sure ain't all pretty and shined up. It is not one that has been in family since new but I did run this same one when I 12 years old.  That's been a few years ago ?

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An IH tractor is an IH tractor 

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I think that is a cool display idea. Could be any vintage or size and qualify.  Looking forward to seeing it personally. 

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7 minutes ago, bitty said:

An IH tractor is an IH tractor 

Aaaaaaamen! 

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Bodine Family 1066 was there and had a nice display poster of it along with family history and receipt. Pretty nice and clean original especially for the south. Suprised me it only had 1 hyd. Wedgelock cheater bar strapped to frame is always great to see. 

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12 hours ago, Wes806 said:

Thought about it . But mine sure ain't all pretty and shined up. It is not one that has been in family since new but I did run this same one when I 12 years old.  That's been a few years ago ?

.......just take it there, Wes !!!!                ..the 806  is a "flagship ''   tractor....:wub:

....just take for all the other blokes with not ""pretty and shined up "    tractors that will never....for various reasons, be able to attend  another RPRU show.....

.....just take it for all the blokes that live in other countries......and can only dream about attending  such a show......

....just take it, ..if for no other reason than International Harvester and American Farming, once went hand in hand.....for the betterment of  your great US of  America....

.....just take it...to show that "Soiled mess in the political Swamp",  that the American  Farmer is far from a spent force......

......Just my opinion, Wes ....:)
Mike

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5 hours ago, mike newman said:

the 806  is a "flagship ''   tractor..

Well it's look like I'll be taking it. I'll have to find out what all I have to do and whatever to take it.

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I really enjoy seeing the "work clothes" tractors as much or more than the dolled up ones. I appreciate all the money and effort that goes into the "restoration" process, but honestly, those tractors never looked like that when they were new. And, there are so many of them at shows that after a while it gets harder to be wowed by any more. All I'm saying is a wide variety is nice, and whoever makes the effort to bring any tractor to a show should be treated as a superstar.

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11 minutes ago, yellowrosefarm said:

I really enjoy seeing the "work clothes" tractors as much or more than the dolled up ones. I appreciate all the money and effort that goes into the "restoration" process, but honestly, those tractors never looked like that when they were new. And, there are so many of them at shows that after a while it gets harder to be wowed by any more. All I'm saying is a wide variety is nice, and whoever makes the effort to bring any tractor to a show should be treated as a superstar.

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I like seeing the diamond in the rough

 

 

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There going to have a Heritage Display at 2022 RPRU.  Was going to it with mine.. But too many rules of what you can and cant do with your tractor at the display !!!! If anybody is going to display in that display .. Make sure you read all the rules on that page !!!!   Stupid show police !!!!!

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54 minutes ago, Whats in the barn ? said:

There going to have a Heritage Display at 2022 RPRU.  Was going to it with mine.. But too many rules of what you can and cant do with your tractor at the display !!!! If anybody is going to display in that display .. Make sure you read all the rules on that page !!!!   Stupid show police !!!!!

Your kidding?  Rules for parking in a display?   Its a tractor show....really...?!

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8 hours ago, mike newman said:

.......just take it there, Wes !!!!                ..the 806  is a "flagship ''   tractor....:wub:

....just take for all the other blokes with not ""pretty and shined up "    tractors that will never....for various reasons, be able to attend  another RPRU show.....

.....just take it for all the blokes that live in other countries......and can only dream about attending  such a show......

....just take it, ..if for no other reason than International Harvester and American Farming, once went hand in hand.....for the betterment of  your great US of  America....

.....just take it...to show that "Soiled mess in the political Swamp",  that the American  Farmer is far from a spent force......

......Just my opinion, Wes ....:)
Mike

I would like to make a motion as having Mike Newman as the motivational speaker of RPF. ?

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I know that exhibits are not to be driven unless loading/ unloading or going to/from the parade or showbook photos.  This is necessary to reduce traffic on the grounds.  No For Sale in the display area.  Not sure what other restrictions they would have?

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4 hours ago, Whats in the barn ? said:

There going to have a Heritage Display at 2022 RPRU.  Was going to it with mine.. But too many rules of what you can and cant do with your tractor at the display !!!! If anybody is going to display in that display .. Make sure you read all the rules on that page !!!!   Stupid show police !!!!!

I just want to park it with a sign by it. not sure who I have to get ahold of.

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https://rpru2022.com

Here is a copy/paste of the Ohio Website. The registration/rules page would not copy as it was 3 pages.  You can look at them on this page.
Doesn’t seem that horrible to me????  They just don’t want you driving them all over which is understandable. Not sure that qualifies as tough rules.... 

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3 hours ago, nepoweshiekfarmalls said:

I know that exhibits are not to be driven unless loading/ unloading or going to/from the parade or showbook photos.  This is necessary to reduce traffic on the grounds.  No For Sale in the display area.  Not sure what other restrictions they would have?

The driver of the equipment must be at least 16 years of age. This was announced at the Chapter 6 meeting held this past weekend.

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