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Need some info on AC pull type combine

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LA in WI

06-16-2013 15:08:18




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I found an AC pull type combine, always shedded, and hasn't been moved for many years. It has a 5 ft head, lower and upper canvases seem to be in very good shape. It has a "clover attachment" plus 2 extra sickle bars. I can't get in back of it (stored in a corner of an old shed) but everything looks complete. The sweet older lady said it belonged to her father and he bought it new "in the 1950s".
You AC guys have any idea of the value of this machine? Owner says she might have the operator manual for it. It is located in Wisconsin.

I'm a Red Power guy and do not know much about this machine.

LA in WI

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Paul from MI

06-16-2013 19:34:35




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 Re: Need some info on AC pull type combine in reply to LA in WI, 06-16-2013 15:08:18  
I still use my old Allis 60 combine on beans and wheat. They are a very versatile machine and will thresh anything from to dried lima beans. The value has gone from scrap to about $500 in recent years. Canvases are available, but a bit pricey, as are most other parts. Google "Yaz All-Crop", he has about anything you will need.



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hd6gtom

06-16-2013 17:52:00




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 Re: Need some info on AC pull type combine in reply to LA in WI, 06-16-2013 15:08:18  
LA they were a great machine in their day, dad used 1 to pay for 2 80 acre farms that joined the 160 mom bought while he was in Eurpoe fighting Hitler. He bought a new tv in 1957, dining room table and chairs etc. He would be running an hour earlier and shut down an hour later than the neighbors who had JD and Case. All those neighbors but 1 traded for AC 66 combines. Ben the other guy bought a SP 100 Ac, the first SP in the area. On Saturday night that machine was the talk of small town I grew up adjacent to.

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LA in WI

06-16-2013 20:14:26




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 Re: Need some info on AC pull type combine in reply to hd6gtom, 06-16-2013 17:52:00  
Your story is all well and good, but can you give me some sort of value?? Info is what I need.
LA in WI



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Joe Graunke

06-16-2013 17:26:04




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 Re: Need some info on AC pull type combine in reply to LA in WI, 06-16-2013 15:08:18  
Give me a call be glad to help you out
715 790 2967
Joe



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dusty coal

06-16-2013 16:18:26




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 Re: Need some info on AC pull type combine in reply to LA in WI, 06-16-2013 15:08:18  
I got a older one from an estate auction. No one bid on it so I got for $12.00. It doesn't have the bin on it, it has were someone sits and fills bags and slide them down on the ground as you go along. the family farm it came off did dried beans for a living with it and had a lot of bean equipment. Mostly seed grower like the bagging types. Most of the newer big allcrops go for around $900.00 to $1200.00 around here when you see them in the ads. Don't see them in the fields around here, everyone has bigger and modern machines. I'm sure you could get a very good deal from the lady? Maybe help her out? Maybe you will get a good machine To?

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Will Herring

06-16-2013 15:49:15




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 Re: Need some info on AC pull type combine in reply to LA in WI, 06-16-2013 15:08:18  
Does it look something like this (albeit with nicer canvas)?



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LA in WI

06-16-2013 20:12:37




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 Re: Need some info on AC pull type combine in reply to Will Herring, 06-16-2013 15:49:15  
The combine I looked at looks like your machine, but the grain tank is not as high as your"s and the discharge auger is in front of the tank. Does this make it a specific model?
LA in WI



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Jerry Coulter

06-17-2013 05:27:27




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 Re: Need some info on AC pull type combine in reply to LA in WI, 06-16-2013 20:12:37  
The 60 All Crop had a 15 bushel bin, unloader ran on a disk clutch operated by a tightener wheel. The 60A combine had the 15 bushel bin, unloader had a shift lever which engaged a jaw drive, serial number began with A. The 66 combine series began with the same bin as the 60A, later stepped up to the 25 bushel Big Bin model. It had the longer discharge auger which was transported above the separator housing. The serial number began with B. Serial number is stamped into the metal below the left side separator door.

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JMS/.MN

06-16-2013 23:02:45




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 Re: Need some info on AC pull type combine in reply to LA in WI, 06-16-2013 20:12:37  
Combine in the pic is a model 66, unloading auger stores above the combine housing. Model 60 is five foot cut and the unloading auger is attached to the front of the grain tank on a swivel.



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LA in WI

06-17-2013 07:05:43




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 Re: Need some info on AC pull type combine in reply to JMS/.MN, 06-16-2013 23:02:45  
Thanks Jerry and JMS,

Thanks to you fellows the model is now determined.....now what is your estimate of value of this rig? High to low value is fine.

LA in WI



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Tom Yaz

06-17-2013 12:33:09




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 Re: Need some info on AC pull type combine in reply to LA in WI, 06-17-2013 07:05:43  
In your neck of the woods, scrap to $500 or so



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LA in WI

06-17-2013 13:46:39




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 Re: Need some info on AC pull type combine in reply to Tom Yaz, 06-17-2013 12:33:09  
Thank you, Tom.

That's what I need!



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