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Case Corn picker sheller

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MikeL.

06-12-2014 09:23:52
208.65.237.34



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Hi, does anyone know anything about this machine?? Model? Rarety? anything at all will help! everything works good as it should paid 150$ at a sale about 5-6 years ago.

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jakfarms

06-13-2014 12:25:59
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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to MikeL., 06-12-2014 09:23:52  
The local M-M Dealer in the small north-central Illinois town I grew up near had one of those traded in that my Dad rented one year to finish harvesting corn. If my memory serves me right, (I would have been under 10 years old). They had removed the tank and had a hitch made to pull a wagon along side, or it could have been pulled in the rear, I don"t remember. Anyway, my Dad bought a M-M Uni-system the following year and had the combine, picker, picker-sheller and windrower over the years before trading all that in on a new IH 403 with 4 row corn head and small grain head.

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ss55

06-13-2014 10:37:59
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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to MikeL., 06-12-2014 09:23:52  
Most Case A-6 combines and other pull-type combines had blacksmith made hitches added to pull a wagon along side under the unloading auger. I'm surprised this picker doesn't get a similar hitch added in place of the hopper. The elevator looks tall enough to dump into a wagon. Was the hopper optional? Round tubes on the elevator, for round cups?

Neat old machine, I'm glad it's so original, it still has a few corn cobs on the back. Thanks for posting!

FYI, Massey-Harris made an early self-propeller corn picker that is also interesting. If I remember right, it had a six cylinder flat head Chrysler engine mounted at tire level.

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KevinBfromIllinois

06-13-2014 09:09:16
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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to MikeL., 06-12-2014 09:23:52  
Kind neat but like others say I wonder how stable it was when full what would you guess it held, will be nice if or when you can get it inside out of the weather.



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ryanwheelock

06-13-2014 06:42:29
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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to MikeL., 06-12-2014 09:23:52  
Pretty neat looking!! Never seen one with the hopper that high up. Were are you at in Michigan? I'm 10 miles south of the Mackinaw Bridge.



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Leroy

06-14-2014 05:40:58
69.88.207.185



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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to ryanwheelock, 06-13-2014 06:42:29  
The hoppers are that high to be able to gravity dump into a wagon that could have been about 8' tall, and that could have been only a 4' high sideboard, and remember the wagon bed would probably be 4' from the side of tank and that you need a good slope for the grain to slide out on. Lot of combines were made same way, Also some ear corn pickers had the hoppers. And that hopper probably held only 5-600 pounds and that picker part would have been a lot heavier.

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Harvey2

06-12-2014 14:15:54
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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to MikeL., 06-12-2014 09:23:52  
Hear in south Indiana that machine would be laying on its side most of the time, or the frame would be twisted from the strain on our hillsides.



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Aaron Hyneman

06-12-2014 17:32:48
70.198.69.61



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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to Harvey2, 06-12-2014 14:15:54  
What part of Southern Indiana are you from? I am close to evansville



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Tim(nj)

06-12-2014 13:54:55
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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to MikeL., 06-12-2014 09:23:52  
I wouldn't mind having one to play with, myself, but with some of the rolling fields we have, that tank up high would scare me.



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casecollectorsc

06-12-2014 12:49:18
64.33.229.131



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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to MikeL., 06-12-2014 09:23:52  
Got a couple of them. Have "played" with them some. Do an excellent job shelling corn. Course like any old picker, it shells almost as much over the row from the snapping rolls.



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55 50 Ron

06-12-2014 09:54:15
209.131.227.225



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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to MikeL., 06-12-2014 09:23:52  
I know where there is another just like this in southern Minnesota. Comments I"ve heard are that they were a good machine, but ahead of their time. It"s a model S (or maybe IS)

Where is this one?



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MikeL.

06-12-2014 10:46:06
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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to 55 50 Ron, 06-12-2014 09:54:15  
Serial number starts with IS. And in Michigan.



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Oliver662011

06-12-2014 16:13:32
199.218.126.101



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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to MikeL., 06-12-2014 10:46:06  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

Where at in Michigan and how much would you want for it?

Mike



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MikeL.

06-12-2014 18:32:19
208.65.237.34



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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to Oliver662011, 06-12-2014 16:13:32  
Sorry its not for sale at this time, its outside because we don't have building tall enough for it. it will at some point get restored because it had belonged to an old guy who passed away that my dad knew since he was little. Otherwise I would consider selling it to you.



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rrlund

06-12-2014 12:26:52
162.250.26.144



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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to MikeL., 06-12-2014 10:46:06  
Not running them down,but Case and AC had some pretty unique pieces of equipment in their day. About as odd as some of MM's tractors.



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JimIA

06-13-2014 10:17:02
208.74.246.171



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 Re: Case Corn picker sheller in reply to rrlund, 06-12-2014 12:26:52  
Actually you look at all of the different brands of equipment years ago they all were different. I/E look at all of the different versions of mounted corn pickers. Somehow everything has evolved into looking alike, especially on the tractors, their numbering systems are pretty much the same on most brands of tractors.



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