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jeeper61,

Since you seem to like tracked machines, I've been threatening myself to do this for "some time" now and couldn't get up the courage to take that first step. Well, here it is.

I think I was about 10 or 11 the first time this Glengarry kid met Mike Tyler of Moore, Montana, where I graduated high school. Mike Tyler is 363 days older than me and he's going to be 80 years old on August 16th. We used to meet on Saturdays in Lewistown. We always had to go to Nate's Sport Shop there and check over the rifles, handguns, model cars and airplanes, and check out the trophy trout, outside in the ice cube filled display case. After a hamburger and coke, we would then go to the Judith Theater and watch World News, a couple of cartoons and the (likely western or war) matinee. Then Mike in 1954 asked me to stay overnight at their place. We had talked about our dads having farmed with 32 hp Reeves cross compound steam engines, so I was anxious to stay there. This is an early picture of Mike and his buck he'd shot. That 1953 Buick is the one I rode there in with him and his parents, Max and Ruth

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This is the first photo shoot I was ever in with Mike Tyler, after Dad traded our 32 hp (with shot boiler) Reeves to Tyler's for this 20 hp Nichols & Shepard. This was the spring of 1955.

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This photo was in my freshman year of HS at Moore in 1957.

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1992 on Max Tyler's 75th birthday, we had the Tyler's 32 hp Reeves cross compound US (they have a Canadian Special one too) engine, the one they paid for the farm with. 

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A tractor show in Lewistown I drove down to in 2007.

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A Moore school reunion three years ago. So we've been friends for quite a while. We still talk on the phone occasionally.

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Mike's Dad, Max Tyler and his older brother Earl with the 32 hp Reeves in 1992.

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Max Tyler also had another Fetish. "Cats." He'd ran Caterpillars, Cletracs and McCormick-Deerings in the C.C.C.'s during the Great Depression. Interestingly, he never owned a McCormick-Deering TracTracTor, because he didn't like them. Their first D-7 received after WWI in the fall of 1945. 

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Max Tyler posing with his Cats and cast iron seats for a calendar photo.

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Sixty Best Tracklayer and 75 Holt.

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Ten Ton Holt.

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5 Ton Holt, Maxwell Contract for WWI military.

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Holt Maxwell rear.

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Max showing for a magazine article, how you could add grousers to the street pads of the Maxwell Holt.

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A Holt 5 Ton.

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The High Clearance Ten Caterpillar is the first "collector" Cat Max bought. The other is a standard Ten.

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Tyler's "bull dozer 'user'" Cat they owned since the old days. Max is plowing snow at Lynn Simpson's in the spring of 1967. Lynn was my wife's father.

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Believe it or not, this is likely the rarest Caterpillar Max Tyler owned. It is a D-5. It consisted of a D-4 frame extended and a D-6 engine placed in it by Caterpillar.

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Mike Tyler started farming after Max and Earl's retirement. He farmed with the newer D7 his dad and uncle had bought. Mike's daughter Tracy (pushing 60 now) is posing.

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Then they traded the D-7 for this D6C Special Application Caterpillar. 

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Earl and Max pose for a Caterpillar publication with the new Cat D6 SA.

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Mike Tyler later traded that D6 SA for this Caterpillar 65 Challenger.

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Now I'm afraid to hit "send" for fear I've missed a photo that will show up below this sentence. If it does, just live with it. I've worked on this post for over two hours now. Gary😉😁 

Me and Mike 1955. 

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Okay a bunch showed up. I'm so sorry, but I'm not taking time to straighten the mess out. This collection of Caterpillars has been sold the Caterpillar Inc. at Peoria, Illinois. I'd bet they have been re-restored. I'd love to see the collection again someday, but I'll very likely never make it. Mike's mother (Max's wife) spent a couple years in the Lewistown Hospital Nursing Home. That was what was the trigger for them selling the collection to Caterpillar. Gary😥😢

 

 

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Some very nice Cat's in all the photos Gary. Yes the early D5 was very rare in that it was experimental to meet government spec for Forest Service I think. Something like a dozen or less. But more counterfeit ones have been made as D4 running gear and the D6 engines are standard stuff. The R3 gas tractor you ended with is also a rather rare model too.  

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Thank you very much for posting the pictures of the Tyler collection of Cat's.  I had an opportunity to see them in person some 15-20 years ago when visiting relatives in Moore.

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Ohh, those memories!  There's a saying : He who has good memories, live twice!  It seems to me you've collected more memories than most of us.  

My dad bought his first Caterpillar, a Cat 22, on credit in 1941.  That year the whole area suffered a crop failure, and the co-op wanted their money.  Dad had only just found his 'feet' farming, so told them in uncertain terms that if they declare him bankrupt, there'll be lots of others in the same boat, and that co-op will not recover from such a financial self-made crisis.  They heeded his wise counsel, and lived to see the co-op becoming one of larger agri-businesses in the Western Cape today.

My brother and myself visited Arthur Hinch in the UK in 2008, and we were treated to a private tour of his Cat collection.  At the time he had the largest Cat collection outside the US, and we were gobsmacked by the range of Cats
he had. 

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Gary thx for your constant dedication to this, can't imagine the hours you have invested for our enjoyment and important history

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6 hours ago, dewets said:

Ohh, those memories!  There's a saying : He who has good memories, live twice!  It seems to me you've collected more memories than most of us.  

My dad bought his first Caterpillar, a Cat 22, on credit in 1941.  That year the whole area suffered a crop failure, and the co-op wanted their money.  Dad had only just found his 'feet' farming, so told them in uncertain terms that if they declare him bankrupt, there'll be lots of others in the same boat, and that co-op will not recover from such a financial self-made crisis.  They heeded his wise counsel, and lived to see the co-op becoming one of larger agri-businesses in the Western Cape today.

My brother and myself visited Arthur Hinch in the UK in 2008, and we were treated to a private tour of his Cat collection.  At the time he had the largest Cat collection outside the US, and we were gobsmacked by the range of Cats
he had. 

dewets, I have been blessed to live twice through my memories. And today being the world's Resurrection Day of our Lord and Savior, makes this post even more meaningful to me. He died for each and every one of us that we may have Salvation for an Eternity. 

You mentioned Arthur Hinch. I am wracking my "brane" to remember his wife's name. (EDIT: Rosemary!!!) "Mary" comes up, but I'm not sure. We had a tiny steam show at our place near Whitefish, Montana when I was maintenance chief for the school district there. Carl and Martha Mehmke drove over from the Mehmke Museum for that little show and brought the Hinch couple with them. So I got to meet him. It's a small world! Gary😊

 

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Professor-----

Appreciate the Mike Tyler report-----now I feel like I have sorta 'bout half way met him!!!!!

He fits in our "old codger" age range alright-----I will be 79 on the 26th and readily recognize the big 4 hole Roadmaster Buick like ya'll were touring in.

Uhhhhhh------seems like I got my first speeding ticket @ age 14 in the folk's big blue Roadmaster.  First auto that I had seen with A/C.  Don't remember the A/C running but about 3 days at a time.  Car itself ran up to high mileage.

 

Well----------somebody needed to loosen it up.  Mama didn't drive fast and Daddy didn't drive it that often.;)

 

DD

 

 

 

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On 4/16/2022 at 7:54 PM, ray54 said:

Some very nice Cat's in all the photos Gary. Yes the early D5 was very rare in that it was experimental to meet government spec for Forest Service I think. Something like a dozen or less. But more counterfeit ones have been made as D4 running gear and the D6 engines are standard stuff. The R3 gas tractor you ended with is also a rather rare model too.  

ray54, I remember how proud Max Tyler was that he'd gotten one of the originals that were were ordered by the US Forest Service. I don't remember if it came from Montana or west of here? I can sure understand how building counterfeits would sure be an easy build, other than the tinwork with the D5 on the sides of the radiator. Gary😉

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Back down to the speed of tracks---

Don't know if this 1st picture has been posted here or not-----going back to wet spring of 1973:  side view of improvised 3 pt hitch on my TD-14.

She wuz slow-----but faster than sitting on  rubber tired tractor at the shed.  'Ol Mama" would walk along on top of the crust pulling 8 rows of hippers on top of the seep water spots.  There were seep water areas across the field that water would be seeping up and into the hipper tracks on the return round.

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Mainline Ms River in background of both pictures------that's my 3 yr old son Reb riding "shotgun" with me.  (we lost Reb a couple of yrs ago)

 

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No substitute for tracks when you need them.  (FLOTATION + TRACTION)

*******

It surprised me that the CAT Challengers (rubber tracks) were never that popular across the Delta area.  We see alot of JD rubber tracks------but very few CATs here.

Who has the scoop on a comparison????

 

DD

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l've probably posted this pic on here before but since we're talking tracks...... A D-4 building a drilling rig location near Kermit, Texas in 1957. The operator don't look very happy.

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Art From Coleman sent me this book of Floyd Clymer's so graciously. These books were one of the very first steam traction engine books available when the "hobby" began in the late 1940s into the early 1950s. I remember looking at my old friend and mentor, Charlie Tyler's book in 1954. Thank you for your generosity and thinking of Old Binder Guy like this Art! Thank You, your generosity is greatly appreciated.  Gary😁

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jeeper61, I finally remembered to put most of the rest of the Tyler crawler tractors here. Of the Allis Chalmers crawlers, this LO is the scarce one. It was a Hesselman(sp?) gasoline-diesel engine and used a long electrode spark plug to fire the gasoline, and I'm NOT sure if it had something to go with the diesel fuel as well?

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Max Tyler gave me one of the LO A-C's spark plug for my spark plug collection.

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Tooting my own horn here. Sorry, but my Spark Plug Collection. Roger Byrne even gave me two IHC Titan spark plugs for this board my son made me. I collected my first two spark plugs when I was 6.

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A 35 Allis Chalmers with steering wheel.

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I'm not sure what this later AC was? And I don't know what the Monarch crawler is at left?

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I know Max had one of these Cleveland Tractors similar to this. I don't have a photo, I guess?FC-JL10-bv-cletrac-08.jpg.1cdfecbd274942632c7c9b7bd5f464cf.jpg

I'm not sure what the Cletrac crawlers are on the far side of this W-30 McCormick-Deering. And this McCormick-Deering is also an IH Tractor on a Montana Farm.

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This is the late Max Tyler trying out an early Cletrac 35 crawler beside his Quonset shop.

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Max had this John Deere-Lindeman crawler.

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They had two Fordson conversions. This is the standard Trackson conversion I've seen the most of.

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This is a more uncommon conversion of a Fordson. Mike Tyler is on it at a Lewistown, Central Flywheeler's show a few years back. 

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I don't think I've missed too many of their crawlers. Especially if I had a photo of them.  Gary😁 

 

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20 hours ago, Old Binder Guy said:

jeeper61, I finally remembered to put most of the rest of the Tyler crawler tractors here.

OBG Thank You for sharing 

I enjoyed the very interesting story about your childhood friend and his family's crawler collection 

Glad to hear you still talk and see each other  

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Yes Gary, that was Dennis's tractor.  Here is a link to the auction that show photos of the tractors and the prices they sold for.

https://bid.aumannauctions.com/auctions/catalog/id/31046/

Most of the rare tractors were part of the Dennis Powers collection.   As a side note, the 15-25 Fairbanks Morse tractor belonged to me back in the mid-1980's.  I sold it to my good friend Dennis and at that time the market value was $12,000 . . . . a bit different today.  Some of that price change is inflation, but most of this $$$$ increase of the rare tractors, comes from a bunch of what I call "investors" who really don't care about these machines.  Many of them are going after "dragging rights" or considering them as investments to make big profits.  Unlike guys like Dennis Powers and Jerred Ruble who restored/rebuilt, maintained and operated their tractors, many these other guys wouldn't know how to throw the clutch and certainly never got any grease under their fingernails taking care of them.   Yup, I've got a lousy attitude towards those investor type guys.

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23 minutes ago, Roger Byrne said:

Unlike guys like Dennis Powers and Jerred Ruble who restored/rebuilt, maintained and operated their tractors, many these other guys wouldn't know how to throw the clutch and certainly never got any grease under their fingernails taking care of them.   Yup, I've got a lousy attitude towards those investor type guys.

So very, very true!

And, YOU are NOT the only person who has a "lousy attitude" towards those people.

 

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19 hours ago, Old Binder Guy said:

This is NOT an IH Tractor on a Montana Farm. Roger, I'm assuming this was Dennis' 30-60 Case gas tractor?  Gary

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Already, there was someone saying, "The World's Most Expensive Tractor?" The 150 hp Case cost 1.5 million dollars. Are we going to have to get a CPA to go over the books of Kory's? $1.5M sounds like an awfully "round" figure to me?

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I don't care which Case is the most expensive. It's a new benchmark. I remember when Dennis bought this Case 30-60 above for a half mil around 20 years ago, and I wondered after he died if his wife could get that much back out of it? That's out the window!

Roger, Gerald Parker mentioned that these 30-60 Case engines were built in a factory in Minneapolis. Have you heard anything like that? I'm just wondering, as I'd never heard that. Gary😙

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This is neat old crawler at that auction  

McCormick Deering 10-20 Model 20 Trac Tractor

 

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And this Cletrac was reasonable at $3255

1920 Cletrac 12-20 model W

It has the track suspension like the Mead Morison 

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Yes Gary, records show that the entire 30-60 Case tractor was built in Minneapolis, Minnesota by the Minneapolis Steel & Machinery Company from 1912 to 1916 and only 543 were built.  MS&MC produced several different makes of tractors and engines for the early big prairie tractors (including Reeves) and they also started their own line of tractors known as the Twin City in 1911.  Dennis got that 30-60 in 2000 and spent years working on it plus a ton of $$$ rebuilding the tractor finishing it in 2006.   It was a very major restoration project to get it into the shape it is today.

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l wanted to download Google Earth on my new PC with Win10 and see if it is compatible. Turns out it is so l'm kind of glad about that. So l thought l would download a pic of my house in relation to the runway at Dyess AFB. (House is inside the red circle) As you can see it's close enough to rattle the windows when they light burners on the B-1B's.

 

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Better not try the "three step"--------or you might be "layed away on the runway"  Two-Step!!!!!!

Reminds me of the "Good old Days": of one of our 4-H club trips to the Mid-South Fair in Memphis.  (sometime in '50's).

My dad always sent Leotis (big 18--20 yr old black boy from here on the farm) along with the ass't county agent to help with the care of the cows, etc.

Leotis had been there for a couple of days when us 4H boys arrived.  Leotis wanted to talk with me in private no sooner than I arrived on the scene------saying "Mistuh Brothers'-----you got any extra money with you?   I'ze sho nuff wants to go out on out on da runway tonight!!!!"

(mid-way????:D-----runway-----highway------some kind of way!!!!!):unsure:

 

I took up a light collection from the boys and a great time wuz had by all.  (we found the way)B):P

 

Leotis Stanford-----where are you????   Come to see me----you need to meet Wrangler the horse!!!

 

 

DD

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