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Re: Galvanized 21 Massey Combine

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12-04-2012 04:49:21

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Thats some interesting reading..I'll bet those three 1945 model 21's are long gone..Today galvanized 21's are considered to be pretty rare as not very many have survived..I personally have only seen pictures of a couple of survivors,all in Canada..

I have a 21 MH and a 21-A MH both with 14 ft heads..They have electric lift..

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12-04-2012 07:41:16

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 Re: Galvanized 21 Massey Combine in reply to 1206SWMO, 12-04-2012 04:49:21  
I found one of them that the owner was usine to grade his long driveway .He had the table on the ground and pulled it backwards .There wasn't much left of it . I have a Sunshine stripper selfpropel ,a # 9 Massey pull type ,first one to have a motor on it ,a MH SP clipper ,two Cockshutt SP hand lift 12 ft tables and a 35 MH with a 4 ft pickup . When we had the 21 MH we had a new Studabaker 1/2 ton truck that we would use to haul grain .We had to shovel off the load in a grain bin .Lots of hard work. We didn't have a swather or dryer .Quite alot of grain spoiled . But the binders all disappeared in three years as there was a shortage of laybour caused by the war .

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