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32 minutes ago, Dirt_Floor_Poor said:

Do they still build New Holland windrowers at Grand Island?

Yes....both CaseIH and New Holland SP swathers are still built in Grand Island. All the New Holland combines we sell(both CR twin rotors and CX convetionals)come from Belgium now.

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Here are mine from this morning (Saturday). It was a great show. IMG_0205.JPGIMG_0206.JPGIMG_0207.JPGIMG_0208.JPGIMG_0209.JPGIMG_0210.JPGIMG_0211.JPGIMG_0212.JPGIMG_0213.JPGIMG_0214.JPG]

Below is the inside of the 885X. 

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When I got to where Danny's tractors were, at like 9AM he had already taken the 485X to the trailer. When he got back there were people who wanted to see his tractors. So two hours later @IHhogfarmer and I helped him get the 885X and the 5388 back to the trailer. The 885X had some trouble getting started so Danny let me drive the 5388 back to the trailer to get the jump pack. Then once Danny got it started and back to the trailer, Jayce got to back the 5388 onto the trailer. 

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Jayce at the wheel. 

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All loaded up. 

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Here's a video I shot of the 5388 being loaded.

 

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After Danny left, I stuck around for a while and found a few more tractors to photograph. IMG_0221.JPG

4568 re-powered by a Detroit Diesel. I sure wouldn't want to run it in a field all day!
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Here's the transfer case on the 4WD B. IMG_0223.JPG

The last Scout. This is as close as I dared to get to it, the owner was a bit rude. IMG_0224.JPG

The rest are from the tractors coming back from the parade. IMG_0225.JPG

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Did you ever see so much handsome in one photograph?

I had to look twice, I thought someone slipped in a glossy of the chippendale dancers🧐😲😏😆

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Alan, thanks for putting up with me all day, Im sure I had to wear on you🥵😄

Dale and Hot Plug, so glad you made the long journey at the last minute. You guys made my day, we will meet up again, I promise👍

Jeff, I'm going to be ready for you next time we meet, you were always one step ahead of me😎

Nick, glad you and Lisa both got to come back north for a bit😃

Brian, so glad I was able to meet up with you before you had to leave, a couple of the Buffalo Curds escaped my grasp and just barely made it home for the wife to sample😋

Pete, very good to meet you, glad you were able to straighten out "you know who" on the "generator"😄

SDman, glad I got to shake the hand of my close neighbor to the north😃

BJ very nice I got to meet you😃

My Nebraska guys, Ron, Chris very cool to get to visit with you, hopefully have more time next time. 😃

Danny, glad I got to visit with you, I don't know if you ever got a minutes rest the whole three days, you were sure busy anytime I walked by😄

Jayce, keep the enthusiasm, enjoyed talking with you. 😃

Tony, so much enjoyed visiting with you, Take care of yourself and listen to Carol, she knows what's best.........and I can't wait to see you next project😉

If there is anyone I forgot, I am truly sorry, alot to process for this feeble old brain. 🥺

Thanks again to everyone that made my first RPRU a fine time!🤠

You have got me thinking of going to the next one now, and maybe letting a 656 with shuttle shift follow me there. 🤔😎🤠

 

 

 

 

 

 

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On 6/15/2023 at 6:42 PM, forwhldrv said:

Its a sugar beet harvester.

I heard that Harvester Heritage was going to run a story on the beet harvester, and others.

We should get over to that site sometime and see what they have to offer.

PS: Sorry I missed the get together.

The memory sometimes fails me.

This looked like quite a crew that would have been fun to BS with. 

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Well I would just like to say how much of an honor it was to be at this show and make all the connections with people. A childhood dream was meeting Max Armstrong and seeing all things IH. I loved meeting all of you here that were there and I’m looking forward to going to shows in the coming years. 

After this show I feel actually apart of the International Harvester Company. Since I was born in 2001 I don’t have the experiences all you have with the company. It’s not that I didn’t have a connection before but I haven’t (and yes I’m still young) seen a lot of the IH stuff that I have researched over the last 12 years. Yes I collect but it’s different from going to the show and meeting people that lived it. This show was more than an eye opening experience and one I will always remember. 

Of course one of my highlights (the whole weekend was really) was the opportunity to drive Danny’s 5388 and back it on the trailer! When Danny asked if I wanted to drive I said I don’t think I was qualified but I am so thankful for experiences like these….. no other way to learn as he and BJ said. 

Tony & Carol, Brady Boy, SD Man and the MANY others whose paths I crossed, how great it was I got to meet you! I look forward to future meetings!!

I’ve gone through this whole thread and saved a good amount of photos because I didn’t get near as many as I could have. I spent most of the show taking it in and communicating with others. Thanks to all who posted. 

Anyhow I love the International Harvester Company and loved speaking/meeting with you all!!

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This was my favorite pickup. 

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The display room they had in the vendor building was great. I love the dealership counter and this film projector display. Notice the films under the projector. Love it! 

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For some reason I did not get many Cub Cadet pictures but I did get this one and a video. 

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On 6/17/2023 at 5:34 PM, IHhogfarmer said:

It’s an eight hour drive for me, which is just a bit more that I travel to college. I think I will do my best to go!! Will be a pleasure to meet you!

....a little further than that, for me...........:rolleyes:

Mike

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21 hours ago, IHhogfarmer said:

Well I would just like to say how much of an honor it was to be at this show and make all the connections with people. A childhood dream was meeting Max Armstrong and seeing all things IH. I loved meeting all of you here that were there and I’m looking forward to going to shows in the coming years. 

After this show I feel actually apart of the International Harvester Company. Since I was born in 2001 I don’t have the experiences all you have with the company. It’s not that I didn’t have a connection before but I haven’t (and yes I’m still young) seen a lot of the IH stuff that I have researched over the last 12 years. Yes I collect but it’s different from going to the show and meeting people that lived it. This show was more than an eye opening experience and one I will always remember. 

Of course one of my highlights (the whole weekend was really) was the opportunity to drive Danny’s 5388 and back it on the trailer! When Danny asked if I wanted to drive I said I don’t think I was qualified but I am so thankful for experiences like these….. no other way to learn as he and BJ said. 

Tony & Carol, Brady Boy, SD Man and the MANY others whose paths I crossed, how great it was I got to meet you! I look forward to future meetings!!

I’ve gone through this whole thread and saved a good amount of photos because I didn’t get near as many as I could have. I spent most of the show taking it in and communicating with others. Thanks to all who posted. 

Anyhow I love the International Harvester Company and loved speaking/meeting with you all!!

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This was my favorite pickup. 

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The display room they had in the vendor building was great. I love the dealership counter and this film projector display. Notice the films under the projector. Love it! 

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For some reason I did not get many Cub Cadet pictures but I did get this one and a video. 

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You got to drive the 5388!?
 I’m not sure if I should be jealous, or consider you my hero! Lol

 It was very nice to meet you!
Nice to see the younger generation still has an interest in IH!

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This M and picker is just like the one that picked corn on our Farm.  I never saw the picker, because Dad scrapped it in the 80s.  We still have the super snoot, rear mounts and under cylinder mount for the picker.

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3 hours ago, Qc.Can.IH man said:

You got to drive the 5388!?
 I’m not sure if I should be jealous, or consider you my hero! Lol

 It was very nice to meet you!
Nice to see the younger generation still has an interest in IH!

Lol yes I got to drive it some and load it which was a bit intimidating at first lol. It was great meeting you too!

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I'm almost embarrassed to admit that I didn't see or know the Super M that was donated to the National IHCC along with the IH no-till planter from the South Dakota chapter was sold new in my town....Highmore, SD. I was on the combine plant tour during the presentation, so I missed that. Never saw the sign or the plaque for the donation, either. It wasn't until I got home and saw these pictures posted over on FB.

I told several of you guys at RPRU that I was there just to "take it all in" as I always seem to miss something whenever I go to one. Well....this year was no different; like always, I have no one to blame but myself.

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Shoot @SDman how long did we talk between us two and with Jay Graber and we were 15 feet away from that tractor. We should have looked since we’re both familiar with the No-till stuff. I’ll send you a walk around video of it. 
 

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Speaking of not seeing things until after. Jim told me the first Cub built was there and I only saw it drive away from in front of the arena, which was before I knew it was the first. Looks like @Brady Boy had a picture of it here tho.

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My Father In Law has a loader very much like this one that he had on his Super H and now his 450 Ty @FarmallFanfor taking and including this picture. 

Don't know if he knew what it was nor recall where he got it. It will Lift higher than the 450 has oil to fill the cylinders. He had it up pretty high on the Super H a time or 2.

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1 hour ago, IHhogfarmer said:

Shoot @SDman how long did we talk between us two and with Jay Graber and we were 15 feet away from that tractor. We should have looked since we’re both familiar with the No-till stuff. I’ll send you a walk around video of it. 
 

Lol......sure.....rub it in. I was thinking that as well.

A couple more stories about that tractor and its owner. Story #1 is that my wife met the owner of that tractor at a store in our town 3-4 weeks ago,,,,he was in town for a funeral of a relative. My wife saw a pickup out in the parking lot that had an IH logo and a South Dakota Chapter 21 sticker on his pickup. She said she had a nice conversation with him. Story #2 is that he had me work on that tractor 30+ years ago when he first brought it back to life. It wouldn't throttle up to full throttle....can't remember exactly what was wrong but something in the throttle linkage wasn't right.

I know he has had that tractor in a Farmall calendar before as well. Maybe in one of Lee Klancher/Octane Press' Farmall calendars from years ago?

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3 hours ago, SDman said:

Lol......sure.....rub it in. I was thinking that as well.

A couple more stories about that tractor and its owner. Story #1 is that my wife met the owner of that tractor at a store in our town 3-4 weeks ago,,,,he was in town for a funeral of a relative. My wife saw a pickup out in the parking lot that had an IH logo and a South Dakota Chapter 21 sticker on his pickup. She said she had a nice conversation with him. Story #2 is that he had me work on that tractor 30+ years ago when he first brought it back to life. It wouldn't throttle up to full throttle....can't remember exactly what was wrong but something in the throttle linkage wasn't right.

I know he has had that tractor in a Farmall calendar before as well. Maybe in one of Lee Klancher/Octane Press' Farmall calendars from years ago?

It’s neat how it’s such a small world!!

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Anybody get any details on the mini 4366, looks like a Kubota diesel?

And the articulated dualled up cub cadet?

Shame the last scout owner wasn't more approachable, odd for a show

Huge thx to all who traveled, took pics and posted for us all to enjoy that didn't make it 😊

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On 6/16/2023 at 6:07 PM, FarmallFan said:

Here's mine from today.

First a couple of 88 series. 

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And some random stuff I saw. 

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And lastly today's group photo.

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Bummed I didn't make any of the meetings. BK 

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