First combine I ran was dad's JD 45 hi/lo. No cab, and dad cut down the radiator screen a couple of inches and it would fit in our shed.
Never has a corn head, beans, oats, wheat, and rye. It had rice tires on it, man those were some lugs and the rear thin deep ring. It would go through standing water but the vee belt traction would give out, wheels wouldn't spin. We could stick it in out soft squishy yellow clay tho.
A valve broke in the engine, hammered it's way into the oil pan, dad got it honed and working again, but it drank oil after that wasn't the same, traded it off on my first Gleaner F.
Ah, the memories.