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German Holder Company Historic video with there products

the one axle tractor and one of the tractors had a two stroke 10 HP engine

 

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I don't know much about Eagle hitch Case tractors although I do have a DC4. This old poster advertising the advantages of their Eagle hitch  is one I acquired years ago.

 

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2 hours ago, Loadstar said:

I don't know much about Eagle hitch Case tractors although I do have a DC4. This old poster advertising the advantages of their Eagle hitch  is one I acquired years ago.

 

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The interesting thing is that European manufactures started making a similar hitch I think starting in either the late 70s or early 80s our Huerlimann had on its 3 point hitch something like that. Here's a John Deere Brochure 2020 sold in Europe

 

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Its getting a bit late in the season for snowmobile ads but I'll post this one for John Deere's top of the line Liquifire 440 for 1977. It was a big, heavy and powerful machine compared to some of the lightweights like my 340 Kawasaki. 

 

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It’s that time of year again where we are getting show pigs we pretty much have them all now. This year we won’t have any durocs like what’s shown in this January 1955 ad but I’ve always liked that breed....partly because their red?

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Here is an ad from Case with           “America’s Handiest 2-plow tractor”  I’m my sure what Case tractor is up front this is also from 1955

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Not a vintage ad but still vintage, farmer plowing near Lützelflüh Canton Bern Switzerland (Lützelflüh is also the town were the Swiss writer and Pastor Jeremias Gotthelf (actually Albert Bitzius 1797 - 1854) lived and wrote stories were farmers were the main characters.

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20 hours ago, U-C said:

Not a vintage ad but still vintage, farmer plowing near Lützelflüh Canton Bern Switzerland (Lützelflüh is also the town were the Swiss writer and Pastor Jeremias Gotthelf (actually Albert Bitzius 1797 - 1854) lived and wrote stories were farmers were the main characters.

 

 

Great photo. 

With spring planting looming on the horizon I thought I'd (re)post this JD press drill aerial view.  I'd guess about 40 feet of press drill working there. From the cover of a 1972 brochure. 

 

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21 hours ago, Loadstar said:

Great photo. 

With spring planting looming on the horizon I thought I'd (re)post this JD press drill aerial view.  I'd guess about 40 feet of press drill working there. From the cover of a 1972 brochure.

that's really cool, where any of does seeders sold in your area? Awesome JD 5010 or is it a 5020

 

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On ‎3‎/‎25‎/‎2019 at 7:03 PM, Loadstar said:

Great photo. 

With spring planting looming on the horizon I thought I'd (re)post this JD press drill aerial view.  I'd guess about 40 feet of press drill working there. From the cover of a 1972 brochure. 

 

 

I have that brochure and its dated 1969.  We seeded with LZBs identical to those on the cover from the mid 60s to the early 80s.  Started out with 4 and added 2 more later on.  

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3 hours ago, U-C said:

that's really cool, where any of does seeders sold in your area? Awesome JD 5010 or is it a 502

 

Its a 5020.  If I had a dollar for every LZ series sold I could buy out anybody on this forum.  Still lots of them around here sitting in the fence rows. 

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4 hours ago, U-C said:

that's really cool, where any of does seeders sold in your area? Awesome JD 5010 or is it a 5020

 

I'm not sure but somebody will know which tractor it is for sure. Great video showing the introduction of the 5010. They sold a lot of JD press drills around here. Never saw any that wide. 24 feet was a more common size here. 

Here is a dual hitch of 5100 end wheel IH drills that I never saw around here. Most were the double disk or hoe-press drills. 

 

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1 hour ago, Loadstar said:

I'm not sure but somebody will know which tractor it is for sure. Great video showing the introduction of the 5010. They sold a lot of JD press drills around here. Never saw any that wide. 24 feet was a more common size here. 

Here is a dual hitch of 5100 end wheel IH drills that I never saw around here. Most were the double disk or hoe-press drills. 

we had one of does IH press drills with double disk here but that drill was worn out though. Here is a Brochure of the Nodet (made in France) seed drill they are now owned by KUHN group. My grandfather bought one in 1969 when he sold the single horse Bucher drill:

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Nodet kept that design for years their is even one for sale in Quebec a 4 meter model. My parents wanted to take it along at first but then changed there minds because then we might of had to leave one or two pieces of Furniture in the old Country lol. And there was the parts issue too 

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Bührer 465L Brochure this model was made from 1975 to 1977 a total of 106 of this model left the assembly line in Hinwil

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Time sure flies. Seems like this thread has slipped to page 4 while I've not been paying attention. I like this ad for a 1941 Oldsmobile. I'd guess that price of $852 was for a fairly basic model without hydramatic drive or the 8 cylinder engine. 

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