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1 hour ago, ray54 said:

More memories with the Case sidehill combine being part of the add. My uncle had one and I drove it a few times. Not the capacity that most where looking for by 66 or 67 when I drove it.  But the one thing they had that could be a first was the all wheel drive. It was a 3 wheeled with hydraulic drive for the rear wheel.

 

I could make out 300 as model number in add, I want to say his was 301 or 302. But have not idea how much different any of them are.

The hillside in the ad is a 302 and the one just to the left of it is just the conventional combine a 150. I don't know anything about those Case combines so can't help you with the differences.

On another note the four Case crawler tractor models in the ad I have never seen before. They are kinda cool looking too

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26 minutes ago, KeithFink said:

Now how's a fella supposed to use that with the PTO shaft below the hitch?

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 Some parts of the world they do things a little different, can you imagine cutting hay and how much hay would get it wrapped around the PTO shaft that low to the ground.

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4 hours ago, KeithFink said:

Now how's a fella supposed to use that with the PTO shaft below the hitch?

Keith-

The hitch on the tractor is higher up then here in North America and it can be set at different heights too

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

 Some parts of the world they do things a little different, can you imagine cutting hay and how much hay would get it wrapped around the PTO shaft that low to the ground.

The PTO is at the same level on the tractor in Europe as in North America and there is no problem of wrapping of hay check this video out there you can see

 

 

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1 hour ago, U-C said:

I should of posted these pics at Harvest time lol

 

That is an interesting swather on the back of the little tractor. I think it would have been better mounted on the front of the tractor. 

I happened to find this harvest themed ad in one of my folders so thought I'd post it . Goodison threshing machines were sold by John Deere at the time. I don't have a date on the ad but believe it is from the early 1930s. 

 

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The Hürlimann D 600 was intended for export to South America and for bigger farms in Europe but sadly only a small number were made the tractor has a 65 HP 4 cylinder Diesel engine. The Tractor has a 5 speed forward and 1 Reverse speed.

 

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19 hours ago, U-C said:

 

The New Holland hay rakes were popular here when I was a kid. Earlier ones had spring teeth but at some point they changed over to rubber mounted teeth. Not sure which was best. I've got an IH rake that is almost a copy of the New Holland design. I have not  used it in years because I like the Pollard wheel rake better. 

This ad shows a New Holland from about 1950. Its a pto drive model. The ones I used were ground drive. 

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Following with the side delivery hay rake trend here is John Deere advertising a few different rakes that they had in 1956. The one pictured is a 851 

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Here are two different belt or chain side delivery rakes for motor mower one is a BUCHER and the other a Rapid both Swiss made. These rakes were also able to ted hay.

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I've been reading some of the posts about the snow on the corn still in the fields. I guess on the bright side at least a guy does not have to sit out on an open tractor and  corn picker trying to harvest in the cold miserable weather. Like this cover photo from 1949 of a DC Case pulling a 2 row machine. Interesting to see how the wagon is pulled along by the tractor as well. 

 

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37 minutes ago, Loadstar said:

I've been reading some of the posts about the snow on the corn still in the fields. I guess on the bright side at least a guy does not have to sit out on an open tractor and  corn picker trying to harvest in the cold miserable weather. Like this cover photo from 1949 of a DC Case pulling a 2 row machine. Interesting to see how the wagon is pulled along by the tractor as well. 

 

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Ha! I don't think the poor fella on the DC is actually that cold. Take a look at the horizon in the background - I think the trees still all have their green leaves! Luxury!

Keith-

 

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4 hours ago, Loadstar said:

I've been reading some of the posts about the snow on the corn still in the fields. I guess on the bright side at least a guy does not have to sit out on an open tractor and  corn picker trying to harvest in the cold miserable weather. Like this cover photo from 1949 of a DC Case pulling a 2 row machine. Interesting to see how the wagon is pulled along by the tractor as well. 

 

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i've been thinking that the past couple weeks here in NW IL...thinking how I wouldn't want to be driving a mounted picker in this kind of weather BUT our grandfathers and fathers did it.  My grandpa would always say..."I didn't pick corn till the beginning of November"

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