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1 hour ago, Loadstar said:

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. 

 

Awesome IH truck ad, here is another use for a Ford Model T as a doodle bug tractor. It was converted by Johann Neuhaus (he was a farmer that build his first tractor and went into the tractor making buisness full time he sold his last tractor in 1957 and around 100 made (from the mid 30s on ward he made his own frame and final drive)

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5 hours ago, db1486 said:

Would that be the next series from a 715? Or is it a whole different machine? Looks to me like a newer 715

I'm guessing that is a European only model. Not seen in North America. Pretty sure from the 715 they jumped to axial flow combines. 

Here is one of Canada's more popular line of combines. The Cockshutt for 1951. 

 

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10 hours ago, db1486 said:

Would that be the next series from a 715? Or is it a whole different machine? Looks to me like a newer 715

I think the 725 and 726 combines were made in Australia and only sold in Australia.

The photos show the combines with 'closed front' headers that were widely used in Australia to harvest grain crops. These headers are designed to only cut a small amount of straw with the heads.  

The 715 was sold in Australia and replaced by the axial flow combines in the 80s.

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Those Australian combine ads are sure interesting. I like the looks of them as well.

This 1952 ad is one of my favorites of the five star service offered by IH. I think it would be cool to have a restored super C with the cultivators and IH pickup just like what is pictured.  

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18 hours ago, Loadstar said:

I'm guessing that is a European only model. Not seen in North America. Pretty sure from the 715 they jumped to axial flow combines. 

 

 

I should've worded it different. What I thought and typed aren't the same lol. I was thinking if it was based off the 715 or is it completely different. I knew they dropped conventional combines in North America, but they continued on in other countries

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Thought I'd post one more ad before 2018 ends. I like the old petroleum ads like this 1957 Flying A.  I know,,, its a repeat but might be new to somebody. 

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11 hours ago, db1486 said:

I should've worded it different. What I thought and typed aren't the same lol. I was thinking if it was based off the 715 or is it completely different. I knew they dropped conventional combines in North America, but they continued on in other countries

IH had a long history of building combines in Geelong Australia particularly after WW2.

Many IH combines were imported into Aust from US mainly I believe, before manufacturing started here.

Most popular combines built here were pull type with self-propelled more popular in 1960s. This included the IH 711 which was an Aust made combine that was sold for many years alongside the 715 from the US. To my knowledge the 711 was not based on the 715 and the 725/6 were updates on the 711.

 

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Original 6-page French brochure of the Titan 10-20 tractor.
Brochure protected because very fragile and a little damaged.
This tractor was manufactured from 1915 to 1922 in Milwaukee (USA)

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From 1956 a Goodyear tires ad with a Farmall in this ad. Looks like this Farmall M is earning its keep 

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Huerlimann D 95 had a 10 Speed forward transmission 2 Reverse, 45 Engine Horsepower 4 cylinder Diesel (41 hp on the PTO) Two clutches so you had LPTO. Made in Wil Switzerland 

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