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Check Out This Rare Cockshutt Combine

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1206SWMO

11-05-2012 10:54:22
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110 or 112 Cockshutt combines are hard to find and the price isnt bad....Check out all 7 pictures..Theres also a 35 Massey there and it looks like theres also a 20 Massey there and others..




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rusty6

11-06-2012 11:03:54
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 Re: Check Out This Rare Cockshutt Combine in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-05-2012 10:54:22  
There used to be lots of them up this way but I don't know of any now. High scrap iron prices really cleaned up a lot of old farm yards lately. I was just talking to a neighbour recently who mentioned his Dad used to own a "Harvest Brigade" Massey Harris. He remembered the name on it. That one went for scrap. I've still got my Dad's model 60 Massey Harris but it is in need of total restoration.



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Tom Graham

11-05-2012 16:11:49
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 Re: Check Out This Rare Cockshutt Combine in reply to 1206SWMO, 11-05-2012 10:54:22  
I have one like that, but it's a Coop, serial # 003



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1206SWMO

11-06-2012 07:48:56
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 Re: Check Out This Rare Cockshutt Combine in reply to Tom Graham, 11-05-2012 16:11:49  
Tom,what does your serial number plate say? My 110 Cockshutt serial number plate says PC-916... Does yours say PC-003? Do you know of anymore Coop or Cockshutt 110's? They seem to be few and far between..

My air chute says Coop but the rest of the combine has Cockshutt decals..My combine is rough but could be restored..It was going for scrap if I hadnt bought it..



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55 50 Ron

11-06-2012 09:10:38
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 Re: Check Out This Rare Cockshutt Combine in reply to 1206SWMO, 11-06-2012 07:48:56  
!206 and Tom G.

The Co-ops were actually Cockshutts and re-labeled
as Co-ops. I know that Farmers Union (A co-op based out of St Paul, MN) sold Cockshutts that were re-labeled (and maybe even re-painted?)

I worked for a ND farmer who owned one labeled "Co-op" which he bought through his local Farmers Union Oil dealer. I ran it a little and it was DIRTY. You sat so low that lots of chaff and dust was blown onto the operator!!

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1206SWMO

11-06-2012 09:49:08
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 Re: Check Out This Rare Cockshutt Combine in reply to 55 50 Ron, 11-06-2012 09:10:38  
Yes,plus I've heard of at least 1 Farmcrest 110 combine which is a Cockshutt..I once owned an E-4 and E-5 Coop tractors which are the same as a 40 and 50 Cockshutt...In fact I'm looking in to buying a nice E-4..

I did know where several Coop combines were in Kansas..



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casecollectorsc

11-05-2012 15:36:25
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 Re: Check Out This Rare Cockshutt Combine in reply to 1206SWMO, 11-05-2012 10:54:22  
I'd like to have that Case in the background!!



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Dick2

11-05-2012 14:55:22
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 Re: Check Out This Rare Cockshutt Combine in reply to 1206SWMO, 11-05-2012 10:54:22  
We ran two 112SP's for many years. We had windrow pickups on the header. One had duals on the drive axle and one had old bomber tires (flotation tires with no tread).

Those were really tough combines for that era. Both were sent to the scrapper many years ago.

I wonder what happened to the big air intake shroud for the radiator??



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1206SWMO

11-05-2012 18:58:16
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 Re: Check Out This Rare Cockshutt Combine in reply to Dick2, 11-05-2012 14:55:22  
Sure do wish this one was closer as the price is right..I have a rough 110 Cockshutt and it has the air chute plus 4 good original drive tires..



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