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jwitty

10-12-2017 10:45:07




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Well I thought since I'm new here I'd like to get to know some people. If you'd like leave your name (just first is fine) and what's in fleet. And then your favorite tractor. Thanks!




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DC Snider

10-13-2017 18:56:35




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
Snider down here in southern WV...

'57 Ford 600 that was my late grandfathers


'34 F12



'51 M & No. 4 Plow



'49 Blue Ribbon Cub



'39 LA-B engine

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jwitty

10-13-2017 17:51:55




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Here's the m I'm getting.



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dblair

10-14-2017 12:03:45




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-13-2017 17:51:55  

here we are with one of mine going to a pull



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jwitty

10-13-2017 10:53:09




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
Interesting looking lawn tractor. Very cool!



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leon

10-13-2017 10:32:41




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Here's one that's kinds unique that a buddy is building.



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leon

10-13-2017 10:37:35




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another phopt



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leon

10-13-2017 10:36:14




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Photo



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kcm.MN

10-13-2017 09:42:02




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
1 1/2 tractors here *lol* Farmall 460 gas with loader and a late-90's Gehl 4625 skid loader (yes, I consider it the 1/2-tractor).

Keith



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jwitty

10-13-2017 07:46:47




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Wow those are some old old tractors. Very cool



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James Williams

10-13-2017 07:29:09




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My name is my handle,and I collect F series tractors or pre 1939

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jwitty

10-12-2017 20:43:00




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I love wheel horses. My favorite brand of lawn tractors



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urbancase

10-12-2017 20:38:46




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
my name is in my handle and my heard has IH 1586,1466,986,584 the a case 2470 and 1570 and a caesih 5230 also MF 135,65 and 30 and always on the look out for more.



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gab

10-12-2017 20:31:16




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  

Two Farmalls, four Wheel Horses, one JD.

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Paul from MI

10-12-2017 20:02:40




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
37 JD B, 41 JD A, 40 JD H, 44JD B, 48 JD D, 48 Allis B, 42 Farmall H. Allis was my Dads, Farmall was bought new by grandpa. Still using the 44 B, 48 D, and 41 A, can't wear them out.



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jwitty

10-12-2017 19:41:25




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Oh wow that's cool Donald i have a family friend and she grew up on winona I believe.



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old

10-12-2017 21:34:11




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 19:41:25  
Winona MN a place I did sort of know well back in the day. My uncle died a few years back and he lived in Winona MN. My cousin last I knew still has the old family farm in the Menesaka area which is not all that far from Winona. So if you even find some one in the area with the last name of Marg you know some of my family



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Donald in mn

10-12-2017 19:32:23




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hello im donald i have a 47 farmall M which is grandpa leroys first new tractor an oliver77 that was grandpa sams only new tractor. a john deere b that belonged to the husband of grandma veras childhood friends husband a 684 that had an electrical fire that im fixing up my first new tractor a cih3394. i get to use my dads first new tractor an early 706 an 856 and 1086. my favorite tractor is the 684 when it was running i live between rochester and winona mimm.

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Pembroke

10-12-2017 19:15:11




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1951 Farmall Super A Pembroke



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47fivewindow

10-12-2017 19:01:23




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
9N Ford, Cub, Cub lo boy, Super C, 2000 ford 3 cylinder, 574 IH, and of course, a 47 5 window Chevy pick up. Chip



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wolfman

10-12-2017 18:57:41




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
Name is wolfy. Fleet of 14. eight IH or Case/IH, 4 Deeres, and 2 Mahindras. Have always had one or two Allis-Chalmers on the place but presently all out of ACs Have a favorite for the square baler, a favorite for the discbine, one that is best on the tedder, one for the rake one special for the round baler, one a good loader tractor. My all-time favorite of the 55 or so I've run over the years is the International 826. A 1970 Int 826D gear with a TA.

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redih55

10-12-2017 18:24:04




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
I have 7 IH tractors in my collection--856, 574, two 240's, one row crop, one utility, 350, 450 LP and an H
Live down in the southeast part of Wyoming

Bob Dunn



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farmboy48

10-12-2017 18:16:12




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
I have an IH 1466, Case 930, 3 m's, and a w6. I like and use them all for different jobs, really enjoy making the old 930 snort pulling 18' chisel plow tho.

Dick ND



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Cory Schmidt

10-12-2017 17:31:51




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  

at last count I think it was over 20 tractors(that includes a few brands) ranging from basket case and parts too runs good enough to work hard. My favorite is probably the 706, followed closely by the W6....if they were running, the gas start diesels might be up in top ten, other wise the rest of the letters runs the line.

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Cory Schmidt

10-12-2017 17:35:10




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Oh yeah welcome aboard the site if you're that new...just a FYI new users have a probation period before posting pictures is allowed



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Rich'sToys

10-12-2017 16:09:04




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
I've got 17 tractors, which most days is about 21 too many! :D Some have been repainted along the way. None have been "restored".
7 JD's, 6 MM's, 2 Farmall's, 1 AC, 1 Ford.



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Phil Tibbetts

10-12-2017 15:38:48




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
Well I have a variety, International B414 gas I need a Complete 3PH for, Belarus 25As diesel that is just sitting at this point, !961 MF 205 Industrial Diesel, 1962 MF 65 Diesel, 1966 International 364 Diesel, Allis Chalmers G with 5 implements Stored under cover for last 4 years but will run, 1991 Kubota L 2850, 2004 Kubota L3400, 1966 JD 410 Backhoe Loader, 2004 JD 5103. I like them all But I guess my favorites are The Massey Fergusons, They are just plain Rugged and the Perkins diesels are probably the best in my opinion. Phil

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jwitty

10-12-2017 15:13:58




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
Yes everyone let's see some pics



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moll

10-12-2017 15:07:44




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
Russ from Kansas, i have steel wheeled tractors from the 20's and 30's, mostly
International. What we use on the farm are all International.



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moll

10-12-2017 15:10:40




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Opps, forgot pics.

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banjoman09

10-12-2017 17:12:17




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to moll, 10-12-2017 15:10:40  
Where in Kansas? if I may ask? Im west of Wichita an hour. I love that 22-36! That's what Im looking for one of these days. Good pics!



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moll

10-14-2017 09:45:00




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In between Canton and Moundridge. We are basically an hour
north of Wichita.



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rustred

10-12-2017 20:59:21




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to banjoman09, 10-12-2017 17:12:17  
i sure dont see any 22-36. see a W40 and W12 . i been collecting tractors for about 45 years and have close to sixty tractors. from the 1920's to the 1960's the 1930's era is kinda my favorite as it was just before the styled units came in around 1940. favorite is my WD40'S. W30's and W12. and from the 1960's it is definitly the 660 international. in the other colors i have minnie U's, case D. massey 44 special's, john deere low 60, cockshutt 1550, oliver 88's, as these have a liking for, as they were in the neighbourhood and grew up seeing them as work tractors from that era. mainly collect international.

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Janicholson

10-12-2017 14:13:19




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University Prof at SCSU in St. Cloud MN. Indiana farm grown as a kid and mostly XXX series and letter series Farmalls, with an Allis Chalmers blended in. Technology Education, 3D design Manufacturing, Communication technology, and others. Jim



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jwitty

10-12-2017 13:56:11




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Hey Rich nice to meet you



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old

10-12-2017 15:23:43




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I guess you figured it out. As fro what Banjo said he is probably referring to what I think of the term restore and to me to say that you best be bring it back to what it was the day it rolled out of the factory



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banjoman09

10-12-2017 12:34:55




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
Oliver 88- use it daily- light stuff. Have many I like - Just don't use the word "restore" on here.... you will be in for a scolding! LOL



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old

10-12-2017 11:57:37




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My self I have many tractor to many to tell the truth. I pretty much have at least one of each of the older common brands, As for which one I like the best that is hard to say since each has a different job to do. Been on Y-T for over a decade so most already know my real first name. Just think what most people want to be and you will have it. Hint it starts with an R



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jwitty

10-12-2017 11:41:52




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Thanks everyone for the responses! Nice to meet you guys!



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dhermesc

10-12-2017 11:38:53




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My favorite was the 886 with the German diesel.



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Dave H (MI)

10-12-2017 11:33:11




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I dont have a favorite. When I am doing tillage....ih 1586. Medium duty....ih 300. Light duty with loader...Ford 1520. My SMTA is a wonderful all around tractor. The loboy, b, sav are mostly toys. Ford 2n is a toy also. Thats it. Welcome to the forums!



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jim warehime

10-12-2017 11:25:33




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Jim from Maryland,Farmalls 41H,50H, 41MD,47MD,51MD,53 Super MD, 54 Super MTA Diesel. Plus numerous mounted implements for h and m series tractors.



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KENIND

10-12-2017 10:55:13




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to jwitty, 10-12-2017 10:45:07  
Well I have 6 tractors and 4 Cub Cadets. Lets start with the oldest and go to the newest. 1. 1938 hand crank Allis Chalmers B. Next is a 1940 IH H, then I have a 1950 IH M, Then 2 1950 Case DC's then a 1972 Cub tractor. My fav. would be the M because some one helped the old girl out and is turning right at 54 H.P. on the pto. She has a straight pipe on her and you can here me coming a 1/2 mile away. The Allis and the Case tractors and the H were my late father in laws so they are not going any where. At least that is what the wife is saying....Kenny

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AZJIM

10-12-2017 11:29:32




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Well my son and I have 14 in our herd 1928 Caterpillar "20", 1952 John Deere "R",1955 Farmall "Super C" 1956 Massey Harris "50" High Arch, A1936 Vaughn Flextred, A 1947 Argicat, A 1965 Jim Dandy, 3 1970 Monkey- Wards Hydrostatic Garden tractors, 1969&1972 Monkey-Wards 4 speed Garden Tractors, 1974 Craftsman 16 Garden Tractor, If it counts a 7hp Troy-Built Tiller. 1 of the 1970s Monkey Wards, I bought new, with a 42" rear-discharge mower, I restored it 10 yrs. ago, the 1972 Monkey-Wards I bought new with a tiller, under going restoration at this time, I restored the Agricat 8 yrs ago, and the Vaughn is being restored now. MY Favorite is the J D "R" love the sound, plus I used it as the pull back tractor at our local clubs for 10 yrs. JIM

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Used red mn

10-12-2017 13:55:13




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 Re: Do I dare ask? in reply to AZJIM, 10-12-2017 11:29:32  
My name is Rick, grew up on a farm in Kansas, was a mechanic at various businesses there 20 years. Went to school for nondestructive testing/ inspection. Moved to TW cities and work at a oil refinery.(16 years ago as of Aug 2017) Hobbies- wife, 2 kids one in college & one married, 57 Chevy 2dr hdtp (basket case for now), Farmall M and a homemade garden tractor built by my blacksmith Grandpa in the '60's. Thanks for asking.

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