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Massey 35

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David from Kansas

10-01-2012 08:34:06
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Thought you old combine collectors might be interested in this. At auction at Holton, KS Saturday, Oct 6th.




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Ralph Bauer

10-03-2012 22:11:28
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 Re: Massey 35 in reply to David from Kansas, 10-01-2012 08:34:06  
Wish I could go, but gotta work, have clients in the afternoon on a Saturday!!!!
Yikes!!
Ralph in OK.

Anyone making the trip???



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Dalet

10-02-2012 19:26:01
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 Re: Massey 35 in reply to Old Harv, 10-01-2012 08:34:06  
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People like old things because they think it was a better time then. There aren't enough of the old people around anymore to change anyone's mind. That said, it is cute. I wouldn't want to combine with it though. Too much to clean up afterwards.



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Super A

10-02-2012 19:12:16
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 Re: Massey 35 in reply to David from Kansas, 10-01-2012 08:34:06  
Beautiful! Want one, one of these days...

Al



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MH 35 was useless

10-02-2012 14:41:43
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 Re: Massey 35 in reply to David from Kansas, 10-01-2012 08:34:06  
The words cute and nice are for folks that never ran one..

but I recall tring to get crops out with a 35...

Slow, gas sucking, evil, #$##@@# machine... I recall the year it was stuck in 1 st gear..

The joy of that 25 bu grain tank... The 19 inch cylinder...

I recall one row at time in heavy corn... We could go faster with 1 row picker pulling a wagon with a VAC Case..

The joy when the MH 82 replaced it!!!! I would not wish a MH 35 on anyone. They were terrible.

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1031D

10-03-2012 07:25:03
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 Re: Massey 35 in reply to MH 35 was useless, 10-02-2012 14:41:43  
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A lot of us seem to like these little machines. I have 3 of them. They were never designed to shell corn and mine with the corn head installed was scary to drive! They are nothing special for capacity but to run a few acres through one every year is kinda fun! Funny you can't even post with your regular user name you have to use a made up name just because a MH 35 hurt your feelings.

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1206SWMO

10-01-2012 19:43:02
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 Re: Massey 35 in reply to David from Kansas, 10-01-2012 08:34:06  
That is one sweet 35 Massey..I wonder what it will bring..



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Ralph Bauer

10-03-2012 22:51:16
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 Re: Massey 35 in reply to 1206SWMO, 10-01-2012 19:43:02  
Hope it doesn't go to the scrAPPERS! tHAT'S MY BIGGEST WORRY!!



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1206SWMO

10-04-2012 15:57:12
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 Re: Massey 35 in reply to Ralph Bauer, 10-03-2012 22:51:16  
Ralph,I dont think we need to worry about this one getting scrapped...I"ll bet that its a no sale if it doesnt bring at least $2,000-2,500...Its worth it..



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Retired Farmer

10-01-2012 19:20:03
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 Re: Massey 35 in reply to David from Kansas, 10-01-2012 08:34:06  
Brings back memories. I used to have one.



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rustyplow

10-01-2012 17:20:02
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 Re: Massey 35 in reply to David from Kansas, 10-01-2012 08:34:06  
I've got one. Super 35 ferguson. No where near as nice at that but it works good. Easy to transport,too. Took it to the local show the year they featured Massey. They called it a 1/4 scale combine. :-)



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DeltaRed

10-01-2012 11:56:28
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 Re: Massey 35 in reply to David from Kansas, 10-01-2012 08:34:06  
Onion grower friend here has one,the cutest little combine I ever saw!!!He uses it to harvest onion seed....



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