Posted by Farmallb on August 01, 2010 at 19:25:40 from (18.104.22.168):
Back in the 50s there was a company that made toy tractors and equipment. I think they made a MM that looked like a ZTU , or R. Im not that familiar with MM. I think they built one that looked like an IHC H or M. They made a 2 bottom plow and a 3 bottom. They made a single disc, and I think a double disc. They made a 2 section harrow, and a 4 section putting 2 2 sections together. They made a mower, side rake, and maybe a bailer. They made a corn planter, 2 row, and combine. And I think a wagon.
I am wanting to build farm buildings for my grandkids for Christmas, and Id like to find the company that made these toys to get the equipment from them. Id sure appriciate it if anybody knows who made them, and where they are at. Thanks.
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