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Well I kinda messed this one up. It was a great ad but after 65 years the paper has yellowed and ink faded pretty bad. Hopefully the text is readable. 40th anniversary for IH trucks that year. (1947)

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A nice view of the 2+2 for 1979.

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Here is a unique little rear engine tractor from Allis Chalmers in the late 1940s. From my Canadian Farming magazines.

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1956-57 S series IH trucks. Nice ad from a magazine I have. Way too big for my scanner.

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Some pages from an Australian 1976 Catalogue.

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Some more from the 1976 Australian catalogue.

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A couple more ads from Australia with tractors and trucks made in Australia in 1960.

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An ad for the Australian made A414 tractor in the mid-60s. These tractors followed on from the British made B250/B275 and B414.

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More IH ads for IH equipment from 1970s.

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Again thanks for posting all these ads! They're all great ! Those ones from around the world are really neat to see!

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Interesting to see the different looking Australian IH equipment.

Here is another shade of red combine that was pretty popular here in their day.

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Is it possible for someone who is computer literate on this forum to make A554's excellent advertizments larger on the screen? They are very interesting.

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Is it possible for someone who is computer literate on this forum to make A554's excellent advertizments larger on the screen? They are very interesting.

All I tried was the zoom feature but then the pictures lose a lot of clarity and detail.

I have taken a few more digital pics of some of the old ads I have here from the late 1930s. They are not premium quality but the best I could do with what I have to work with. This one for McCormick Deering tractors and their versatility at burning various fuels. Its interesting that fuel economy was a big selling feature even back in the days of 15 cent a gallon fuel.

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Kind of a neat truck brochure from 1968. Hard to tell in the scan but the brochure is cut out around the camper and is made from stiff heavy paper.

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Those are some nice truck ads.

I have here an ad for the IH 55 chisel plow . Early 80s?

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I have resized the scans I posted previously and reposting them.

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