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Pics-72 Massey With Corn Head

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01-12-2013 13:49:27

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The first two pictures are of a 72 Massey combine with a 2 row corn head..Its about 15 miles from me and has sat in that same spot for at least 40 years..Its the only 72 that I know about in this entire area..There just dont seem to be very many 72"s in existence.... My Dad had one from 1962-1965..Maybe this is it?

The next picture is a 60 Massey sitting pretty close to the 72..Its been there forever too..

The last picture is a 1937 English Fordson that I hauled home yesterday..

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j hikemper

01-13-2013 14:48:49

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 Re: Pics-72 Massey With Corn Head in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-12-2013 13:49:27  
are you recognizing any familiar battle scars on the 72?? .. i do that all the time,wonder whether i knew a certain piece of equipment at auction before , if i ever see that dam New Idea 5209 i used to own at auction , i will sit on my hands.. BUT . I am LOOKING for Dads sweet little CASE 300 we traded away back in 1972

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01-15-2013 08:51:49

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 Re: Pics-72 Massey With Corn Head in reply to j hikemper, 01-13-2013 14:48:49  
When Dad traded our 72 Massey off in late 1965 it still looked like new..It had never sat out a night in its life..I wish we had taken some pictures of it...

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randy hall

01-13-2013 13:52:27

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 Re: Pics-72 Massey With Corn Head in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-12-2013 13:49:27  
i had a massey 82 for a couple of years in the late seventies. i used the corn head one year, that was enough for me. i kept a broom handle on the operaters platform and when i could smell it burning down by the engine i would jump off and knock the smoldering leaves off of the manifold. i got so good at it i would do it without stopping, i was a whole lot younger then. i wish i would have taken some pictures.

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01-12-2013 14:40:18

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 Re: Pics-72 Massey With Corn Head in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-12-2013 13:49:27  
Dad had an 82 for one year.He would be black with dirt from cutting wheat.He then bought a Gleaner E with a cab and was never sorry.

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R Wyler

01-12-2013 16:29:29

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 Re: Pics-72 Massey With Corn Head in reply to tomstractorsandtoys1, 01-12-2013 14:40:18  
A cab on a combine can be a very good thing for dust and chaff above all else. Wheat chaff bothers my eyes the most. RED and burning.

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