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Just brought home my latest acquisition. A neighbor had a 1 row IH picker out in his woods. It had belonged to his father and he didn't want to see it scrapped. From what I've been able to determine, I believe it's a model 1-P. The elevator to fill the wagon is currently not attached, but it comes off the left side instead of out the back. Not sure of its age, but it has the old round style IHC logo stamped on it in several places.
Have not done anything to it yet, other than get some tires changed on it so I could pull it home. Just looking it over, doesn't appear to be a lot different from the 2-PR my Dad had back in the 60's and 70's. Apparently they had a good design and stuck with it!
Anyhow, just had to share, and wondering if anyone else has any knowledge or experience with these.
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