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Model 66

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Jay McCormick

09-26-2002 19:04:03




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I am looking at a AC Model 66 pull type combine. It is a bagger type converted to a bin and a bagger type for parts. The canvas has several six inch holes, the cylinder has all of the rubber worn off, holes in the sheet metal from cylinder to bin, the rest of the sheet metal looks fine. I don't know what condition the bearing are in. The person want $650.00 for both. Can you find parts? Reasonably priced? Where? What else should I look for? Is the price too high? I want the combine to harvest 20 acres of oats, 10 acres of wheat, and 20 acres of soybeans. Should I look for something else.

Any information or assistance will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks, Jay McCormick
North, SC

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S. Young

10-14-2002 08:25:03




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 Re: Model 66 in reply to Jay McCormick, 09-26-2002 19:04:03  
I recently bought one at an auction for $20.00, and it's in working condition - I bid against a scrap iron dealer. The combine had been stored inside and the top and bottom canvas are both in excellent condition. All I had to do was clean it up, grease it and take to the field.



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Butch (OH)

09-27-2002 11:32:08




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 Re: Model 66 in reply to Jay McCormick, 09-26-2002 19:04:03  
Price depends on local demand and supply as they are pretty hard to haul very far. Around here dang nice ones can be purchased for less than $200 and have seen several field ready #60 and 66 sell at auction for less than $100. At an A-C show in Illinois this summer several people out there said that they would pay $500 for a nice one, IF they could find one. Like JR64, I have been offered several for the taking. They don't generaly eat too many parts but pay attention to the condition of the belts and canvas. New canvas is about $800 and those long belts are high dollar. The cylinder bars are covered with rubber. I don't know how thick the rubber is when new but mine are about 1/8 inch thick. They will thesh without rubber but damage the crop more.

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Jay McCormick

09-29-2002 06:00:05




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 Re: Re: Model 66 in reply to Butch (OH), 09-27-2002 11:32:08  
If I can get the combine down in price, where can I find parts for the machine?

Thanks, Jay



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punchie

09-27-2002 10:12:18




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 Re: Model 66 in reply to Jay McCormick, 09-26-2002 19:04:03  
HI Jay

I bought a 60 ready to go, all it needed was clean out about 15 years ago. Paid 175.00 Delivered. The only thing it did't have was a speed gauge ( speed omdater). But had no building to put it in and it rusted out.

Punchie



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Ed Weber

09-27-2002 05:45:43




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 Re: Model 66 in reply to Jay McCormick, 09-26-2002 19:04:03  
I got a model 60 in good condition. not much work needed to run, and I payed 100 for it.The price is high for the amount of work you have to put into it.



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JR64

09-26-2002 20:51:11




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 Re: Model 66 in reply to Jay McCormick, 09-26-2002 19:04:03  
I got a 66 about 5 years ago in running order for nothing. The guy wanted it out of his yard. I'd say they're wanting too much. The bagger is worth a good price but that's it.



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