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International 100 Manure Spreader

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D.J. Schmidt

10-04-2000 08:34:53

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Restoring an International 100 Manure Spreader. When were these in production? What is the color scheme? My father remembers using a 200 on the farm and thinks that there was blue paint in some places. I have detected blue on the auger and the webbing in the bed of the spreader. Any help or additional references would be appreciated.

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tom t

04-04-2004 17:56:46

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 Re: International 100 Manure Spreader in reply to D.J. Schmidt, 10-04-2000 08:34:53  
Hi Tom,
I recently came across a International Harvester manure spreader, 200 H and it is still in fairly good shape. I know nothing about these spreaders but this one has the original paint job and it is all red.
I lived in Hazleton, PA. before I moved out here to the state of Washington.
Tom T.

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10-04-2000 12:25:11

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 Re: International 100 Manure Spreader in reply to D.J. Schmidt, 10-04-2000 08:34:53  
Hi D.J.,
The model 100's and the 200's were red with white lettering. I have an old 100(set up for horses and my dad had a 200, he had to put his together and it was red. the floor boards were black.
I also have the 100 manual for operating and parts. They were built in the late 40's and early fifties. I can look it up for more detailed info tomorrow. getting ready to take my nap before going to work mids tonite. hope this helps. contact me at my email address
ps. the 100 is a 40 bushel and the 200 is a 65 bushel. Tom

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