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Jayberd

10-25-2011 18:47:29




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I found a model 66 and what the man called "the model older." Both shed kept. There are some parts missing, but they are in good overall shape. For the sake of restoration, what is the value?
Thanks, J




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Jayberd

10-29-2011 19:33:31




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to Jayberd, 10-25-2011 18:47:29  
Thanks a bunch for the info, ya'll. It is a straight head, it does have pick up guards.
Picks and more questions to come.
Thanks
J



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BUZZUCA

10-31-2011 18:30:35




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to Jayberd, 10-29-2011 19:33:31  
Here is a post I found with MM tractor and AC 66 combine. You may know him as he lives in Maryland.



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BUZZUCA

10-31-2011 18:33:02




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to BUZZUCA, 10-31-2011 18:30:35  
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Ida Red

10-28-2011 01:57:48




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to Jayberd, 10-25-2011 18:47:29  
I have 4 brothers and we all took a crack at running the old 'double duty-Allcrop 60' with a bagger back in the 50's. As part of my bucket list I would give my hind teeth just to operate an Allis Allcrop 60 again.They were a great machine.



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Kelly MT

10-27-2011 07:48:11




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to Jayberd, 10-25-2011 18:47:29  
I have a 60 in good shape beyond needing a head gasket. It has a bagger and a good canvas. It's always been under cover. I'll let it go to a good home cheep. I can't grow grain around here anymore due to the elk problem.



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BushogPapa

10-26-2011 22:10:59




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to Jayberd, 10-25-2011 18:47:29  
Over the years the "60" developed a different un-loading auger ON-Off, hinged bats on the reel.. and held about 15 Bu in the Bin.. The 66 had a wider pick-up and the only ones I have seen still used the same canvas used on the 60, leaving the Left side with less than perfect feeding at times..Harvesting Red Clover, that made a difference...you didn't need large slugs going thru a High-Speed Cylinder, set to nearly no clearance..!!! I would imagine, the "60" pick-up header would fit on a "66" and would be my pick.. Always check the Sieves and Straw-Spreader..they need to be in good shape and not damaged... One more thing..NEVER, EVER Grease that Slip Clutch at the gearbox, under the grain platform..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ron..

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ShepFL

10-26-2011 09:38:11




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to Jayberd, 10-25-2011 18:47:29  
I have been looking for one here in the Southeast and they are impossible to find. I would love to have one to run behind my D-10 or WD.

Bob Huntress - thanks for link. I just called on that one!



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Bob Huntress

10-25-2011 21:58:10




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to Jayberd, 10-25-2011 18:47:29  
They don't seem to be that valuable. I'ld pay that if it were local, and fix it up with the guys this winter. I was looking at a manure spreader, but for that price, if it were closer, we could have a blast welding and rebuilding parts all winter.

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JMS/.MN

10-25-2011 21:44:16




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to Jayberd, 10-25-2011 18:47:29  
There were a couple versions of the 66, I think the early ones were not the "Big Bin 66", that being said, Yaz is the guru to go to. Many go for a few hundred bucks. But, canvases in good shape, etc., their replacement can cost that much easily. Also, which attachments, straight cut, windrow pickup, Scour Kleen with screens?



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LaBoyteaux

10-25-2011 19:09:29




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to Jayberd, 10-25-2011 18:47:29  
Take a look at Yazallcrop.com



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Tom Yaz

10-26-2011 08:12:33




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to LaBoyteaux, 10-25-2011 19:09:29  
yazallcrop.com wont tell you much anymore; try allcropharvester.com

As for value, they are all over the map. Some only want scrap value (<$400), others >$5K. Naturally condition of machine will be a factor.
They are cheaper in the midwest, more expensive in the W/SW and NE as they are scarce there. Fellows from those scarce areas often pay a premium to get one.



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ShepFL

10-26-2011 09:40:20




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to Tom Yaz, 10-26-2011 08:12:33  
Hey Tom -
Ever get any AS400 work? I am now looking as my job moved to Singapore and I had no desire to follow :)



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Tom Yaz

10-26-2011 11:36:21




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to ShepFL, 10-26-2011 09:40:20  
Yeah...

But instead of AS400 Im doing a lot of JD Edwards Oracle/E1 report writing for an upcoming conversion. AS400 going bye bye...I may be out of work again in a few months. Even though I can do JDE I dont think I will be needed.



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ShepFL

10-26-2011 18:29:30




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to Tom Yaz, 10-26-2011 11:36:21  
If interested I am starting Supply Chain Co. here in N. FL. I am looking into supply chain metrics first.

email is open for follow on discussion.



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Tom Yaz

10-27-2011 06:28:01




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 Re: 66 pull type combine in reply to ShepFL, 10-26-2011 18:29:30  
Yes would like to know more...I sent you a PM...



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