Even certain combines of next series were gas only for a while. I think the the 3300 had a diesel option its whole production run, but the 4400 was available as gas only, with the 292 chevy, for the first few years. Only the later ones had the 329 diesel option.
Re: Why was the late 45 combine not offered with a diesel?? in reply to Wilamayb, 01-23-2013 09:19:42
If my outside chores go good tonite(barn cleaner,milkers and silo unloaders) I will dig out some of my late 60's price books and list some dealer prices.I think te reason tat a late 45 was only a gas is that the diesel would of aded alot to the price of a machine that was not selling good anyway.There would have ben little difference betwen the 45 diesel and the 55.
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