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1 hour ago, Deemston Bob said:

I have several favorites for one reason or another. One that I will not ever part with though is 806. It was my dads

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Nice looking 806!  The engine oil cooler says that it is an early one.  The hood dent, mounts for side lights, 1 light fenders and steps all indicate that this 806 came with a cab from the factory.

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6 hours ago, nepoweshiekfarmalls said:

Nice looking 806!  The engine oil cooler says that it is an early one.  The hood dent, mounts for side lights, 1 light fenders and steps all indicate that this 806 came with a cab from the factory.

Interesting.  We always figured it came with a cab from those side lights and dents. I always just assumed somebody threw 66 series fenders on it when the cab was removed. Thanks, I learned something!  And yes, she is an earlier one

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This is the 450 I drove during my childhood...sale day screenshots from the video my uncle took. I wish I had bid on it and bought it, I did buy the A . 

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I question if this painted up one at Bloomsburg in 19 was the one we had . Has power adjust wheels and I actually met the kid who owned it at our farm in the summer of 21... unfortunately he passed away at a young age so I'll never be able to try and find out anything more about itScreenshot_20210619-232010.png

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2 hours ago, snoshoe said:

I disagree. Cab was aftermarket. If it had fenders they were clamshell but probably didn't have any. Factory cab. The platform had the edges turned up and bolted to cab with axle bracket. Those are not IH steps. Cab or otherwise.

Definitely not factory steps snowshoe!  Homemade job from some where along the line!

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On 2/14/2023 at 10:38 PM, vtfireman85 said:

I take it the tracks were staying on at that point? 

.Seth ....   ..that Excavator was   my own....and somehow, over the years,  I earned a reputation for ignoring some of the plethora of bureaucratic  regulations that permanently strangled  certain work in specific areas...as the pictured job was..

Thus the tracks were always up to the mark..... 

The bloke   to whom I am running out my working years for...owns (?)   ...has title too, 40 million   dollars (NZ ) of property .....and I reckon he has 40 million headaches   also...thus he is tight   (mean )  as....and I doubt he would share the steam of his fecal matter , he is so miserly......hence the worn out tracks on the Hyundai...

I continue to work on those Stations because for me....it is  an  aesthetically   pleasing place...especially '' up  and out back ''

Mike

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6 minutes ago, mike newman said:

Orchard  model, Jake ??   with   that seat waaay out back ?

Mike

Yes sir we had 2 TD6 the same way as this one, this was orchard country. Peaches, apricots, almonds, walnuts, apples, plums. Here’s the seat and controls, I’ll say hold on and keep your feet up so they don’t get caught in the drawbar! Seen someone that wasn’t me get his foot smashed and bruised on this D2. 

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