I would also say the Allis 72 or 90 depending on if a 6' or 7 1/2' cut machine as they have the power run real instead of the ground drive real and an auger instead of the canvas like the 60-66 series but they used the same type of cleaning system and they would clean as good as the seed from the others was after being run thru a windmill for cleaning. The big problem was the back cut where you had to pickup the straw and run it thru again where the straight thru types you did not have that. AC had the straight thru machine with the 40 and if they could have kept the same thoughts in design for the 60-66-72-90 and selfpropelled 9' model 100 machines. Biggest problem with the selfpropelled they did not have a good varible speed setup. Never seen an oliver combine around, mostly AC followed by McCormick, JD with MM and Case following.
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