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12 hours ago, U-C said:

Found this ad on Facebook

 

That type grain wagon was what my grandfathers hauled grain to the elevators with. 

Here is a page from a 1948 CCIL catalogue I have here. Some called these "crazy harrows" I think. They were great for breaking up straw and self cleaning. 

 

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4 hours ago, Loadstar said:

That type grain wagon was what my grandfathers hauled grain to the elevators with. 

Here is a page from a 1948 CCIL catalogue I have here. Some called these "crazy harrows" I think. They were great for breaking up straw and self cleaning.

That's awesome, a FB friend has one of does wagons. There is someone that has a CCIL crazy harrow on youtube and there is also a Swiss farmer that uses a Horse drawn version.

 

 

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The Swiss Buhrer company used a Eicher Hydro trans in a Tractor prototyp which was a Industrial tractor though. The tractor is still around just with a different engine and hood.

here the tractor is pulling a very heavy cement tower or electric pole. The tractor was made either in the mid 60s or around 1970

 

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Aebi AM 9 they made this mower for a number of years starting early 80s I think they continued making them till the early 2010s just with a different model destination but was the same mower though

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On 7/2/2019 at 11:18 PM, U-C said:

 

Great promo, love seeing those six G’s in the field combining wheat 

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Found this pic a view years ago this tractor was for sale then and it is a very rare brand Rohrer which was made in Canton burn for only a view years and only about 40 were made it had a Ford A engine and transmission in it but it had a Differential lock which when this tractor was made was almost uncommon.

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On 7/8/2019 at 11:15 PM, U-C said:

Found this on FB

 

That 715 combine looks tiny compared to today's monsters. Here is a Mobilgas ad from the mid 1950s. I don't think we ever saw that name here in small town Sask

 

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21 hours ago, Loadstar said:

That 715 combine looks tiny compared to today's monsters. Here is a Mobilgas ad from the mid 1950s. I don't think we ever saw that name here in small town Sask

 

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Mobil oil was west coast company.  I think headquartered in California. Anyway they had a deal with Farm Bureau which got my dad started with them.The local jobber that delivered to farms  sold his truck to a independent and that was the end Mobil oil on the farm here. 

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STOLL Wheel rake tedder sorry if its in german. I think this machine came into the market a little late because I can't find any brochures or used ones lol, a Swiss company made something similar but they had one on the market in the late 40s early 50s. Stoll came out with this unit in 1964

 

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