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Merwin in NY

10-01-2011 03:11:48




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I bought John Saeli's Case 1665 combine a couple years ago and brought it to the Cortland area. I have now sold it due to having been out of work and needing the money. The guy I sold it to lives in the Saratoga Spring area. I just wanted to let you know that on Sunday he will be coming to haul the combine home. Not a sight you will see too often anymore of a real Case going down the road. Just thought if you were home you might keep an eye out for it.
Also I once saw a 1570 spirit of 76 sitting in a field just off route 20, about a mile west of you're old shop in the late 70's. At the time I was going to school at Cobleskill. I have always wondered what happened to that tractor?

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Merwin in NY

10-01-2011 10:43:48




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 Re: Adirondack case guy in reply to Merwin in NY, 10-01-2011 03:11:48  
I went from '77 to '79 for animal husbandry - dairy. I live real close to you, I'm in Cuyler, just west of DeRuyter.



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John Saeli

10-01-2011 05:53:13




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 Re: Adirondack case guy in reply to Merwin in NY, 10-01-2011 03:11:48  
Whatever ol'e Doug has rigged up to bring the ol'e girl to his place, will be as much of a "site see'r" as the 1665!!



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Rick Col

10-01-2011 05:40:39




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 Re: Adirondack case guy in reply to Merwin in NY, 10-01-2011 03:11:48  
When is the combine leaving and what roads is he taking?Im up near Tully and would like to see it.Also I went to Cobleskill in 1978 and 79 took AG.Eng. maybe I know you?Thanks Rick



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