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Here is a 1952 ad of the Super A and Super C 

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and this is a 1956 ad of the IH TD-6 and TD-9 tractractors 

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Hard to believe but in 1949 there was still a good market for accessory combine unloading augers. To update the older machines such as the IH 122 and 123 and others. This one made by the Snow Corporation in Omaha, Nebraska. The Snowco Mammoth with a huge ten inch tube. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Loadstar said:

Hard to believe but in 1949 there was still a good market for accessory combine unloading augers. To update the older machines such as the IH 122 and 123 and others. This one made by the Snow Corporation in Omaha, Nebraska. The Snowco Mammoth with a huge ten inch tube. 

 

 

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I know a 90 year old retired farmer who told me one time he traded off a one year old pull type Gleaner just because he was tired of shoveling grain around the truck box to fill it up.  

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I'm guessing the H, M and W series tractors did not come standard with a roller drawbar out here in wheatland country. This was an option offered for sale in 1949. 

 

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13 hours ago, Loadstar said:

Did anybody get a Daisy Red Ryder air rifle for Christmas? From a 1941 magazine ad. 

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YES I DID, umm, but it was in 1951.  Not the Red Ryder, but my uncle gave me a Daisy Pump.  I see that was the expensive one.  I would like to still have it, but my younger siblings ruined it by 1965.

Ron

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5 hours ago, Ron Cook said:

YES I DID, umm, but it was in 1951.  Not the Red Ryder, but my uncle gave me a Daisy Pump.  I see that was the expensive one.  I would like to still have it, but my younger siblings ruined it by 1965.

Ron

You'll shoot your eye out.

 

Keith-

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On 12/28/2018 at 12:36 PM, U-C said:

found this ad on facebook:

 

Another use for the Model T. Those were a pretty versatile old car. 

Here is a 1952 ad for the L series IH trucks. They sure sold well in Sask. 

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