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(5) Free Case Combines In Oklahoma-What To Do?

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1206SWMO

01-02-2007 19:12:55




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OK,I just got the word that those (4) SP-12 Case and the one Case pull type combines that I looked at Friday all on one farm in NW Oklahoma are free for being hauled off.The lady that owns them just wants them gone but we must take all of them.
How are we going to pull this one off?Its just too far for me to get them all.I do want the one with duals that I thought was a 120.I wont have anyways to haul it until April at the earliest

What will we do with the parts one?Strip it and haul it to the junkyard or does someone want it?Does anyone want the pull type?Do we have a lottery if too many want them?

We sure owe the guy that told me about them a steak dinner.

Pictures of all of them are in the ytmag combine forum.There are 3 decent SP-12's,a parts SP-12,and a pull type.

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mwfarm

01-03-2007 21:17:44




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 Re: (5) Free Case Combines In Oklahoma-What To Do? in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-02-2007 19:12:55  
I live in North Central Oklahoma, and may be able to help. I love Case machinery, and am interested in the pull type. I'll check out the pictures on the combine forum. Please send me a reply.



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1206SWMO

01-04-2007 17:12:21




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 Re: (5) Free Case Combines In Oklahoma-What To Do? in reply to mwfarm, 01-03-2007 21:17:44  
You have mail.



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Camboted

01-03-2007 05:45:27




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 Re: (5) Free Case Combines In Oklahoma-What To Do? in reply to 1206SWMO, 01-02-2007 19:12:55  
Keep the best, scrap the rest! Unless, you can give them away. At least you'll save one! Make sure you strip off the lights, seats and engines, they are worth more than the combines. It's sad but, the time and money are more thna most can afford to invest. LOL!



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1206SWMO

01-03-2007 15:57:28




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 Re: (5) Free Case Combines In Oklahoma-What To Do? in reply to Camboted, 01-03-2007 05:45:27  
Camboted,If I had said free tractors the list of people wanting them would be pretty long.

Combines are just too hard to haul and take up so much shed room.I'm afraid the junk man will get them all.I can only afford to make one trip and cant be gone all that long.



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