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Re: Pics- The Oldest Gleaner SP Combine Still In Use???

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11-03-2012 17:59:15

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and the tractor seems to have the side panels too! i haven't heard of a 101 super, just 101 senior and 101 junior. i hope your 101 turns out better than my friend's 101 senior. it has been such a money pit that even he laughs about it (now- not so much before). his wife is still not amused. lol

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11-03-2012 18:26:08

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 Re: Pics- The Oldest Gleaner SP Combine Still In Use??? in reply to formerly ny bill, 11-03-2012 17:59:15  

Bill,I think my101 Super will be a money pit too..I drained 10 gallons of water out of the rear end and 3 gallons of water from the engine oil pan...I do have a nice 230 Chrysler 6 engine that I bought for $125..Its on a trailer and was powering a welder...

As you said it does have the engine side panels but its missing the side panels under the gas tank..A man in Kansas makes all of these for a small fee..

I'm not a Massey expert but heres how I think it goes on the 101's...

1938-39 Massey 101 Twin Power had a 201 cube flathead 6 Chrysler..

1940-42 Massey 101 Super had a 217 cubic inch flathead 6 Chrysler..

1943-46 Massey 101 Senior had a 226 cubic inch flathead 6 Continental..

Then came the 44-6 with the Continental 6 engine..

I got lucky and recently bought "The Big Book Of Massey Tractors" by Pripps for less than $20 at a flea market..It goes for $75 on ebay and $90 and up on Amazon..It has lots of nice pictures and info..

Heres a picture of my friends money pit 101 Super..He has some over $3,000 in it and still no side sheilds..It was torn down to the last nut and bolt..He also has a couple of 101 Seniors..He totally restored a 101 Senior several years ago and got $2500 for it on a sale..

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