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A few pics I took today

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Adirondack case guy

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I went down to pick up some parts at my friends CNH dealership today, first few pics from there, and then on to the local tractor salvage yard to find a 13.9x36 tire for our 511B. I am gusseying up the Red 3220 that we used in the sugar bush. Prices are out of site. Back rest and seat cuision, $300+, plastic headlamp assys $150 each!!! A+I cushions not much better. Priced a new Titan 13.9x36 tire and tube $800 and change, for our 511B, at the local farm tire shop !!! Found a real nice tire in the salvage yard for $250, after a lot of hagling, loaded into the back of my PU. I have to return a tire free rim, after we swap out the tires.
I took about 50 pics in the salvage yard. Will post more later, but for me it is a depressing 2hr. walk around this 15 acer site seeing what has died. Many tractors with our dealer decals on them. Found a GD and a BK, both 870s
Here are some pics that I thought you might like. Many more pics to follow in the next few days.
Loren
sorry for the double pic at RI dealership, don't know why. did sompin wrong I guess, it's way past my bedtime.LOL

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Vito

04-24-2013 16:18:42




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-23-2013 21:14:41  
McFadden's and Son?

Vito



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Don Rudolph

04-24-2013 14:31:12




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-23-2013 21:14:41  
Loren,

Thanks for the pics, especially of the finds @ the salvage yard. If those old tractors could talk what stories they would have to tell. It is kind of depressing though, similar to the memories that come flooding back when I walk into my neighbor"s barn now that he has passed. It must be hard to see your dealer decals on some of those salvage machines. Don



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55 50 Ron

04-24-2013 13:05:10




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-23-2013 21:14:41  
Seems that there are literally 100s of these tractor salvage yards around the country, maybe around the world.

I think the older we get the more precious they become to us.



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1370rod

04-24-2013 05:08:53




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-23-2013 21:14:41  
Looks like it would have been a very interesting walk, can't wait to see more. Did some LA's come with that engine or were they all swaps?



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1031D

04-23-2013 22:26:50




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-23-2013 21:14:41  
Lots of neat stuff! Wouldn't mind the LAE. What's the deal with the LAI/Detroit thingamabob?



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Alan K

04-23-2013 21:36:45




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-23-2013 21:14:41  
Alot of interesting things there. Thanks for posting pictures.



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Matt L

04-23-2013 22:50:09




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to Alan K, 04-23-2013 21:36:45  
I see a MOLINE !



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G1355

04-24-2013 05:17:29




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to Matt L, 04-23-2013 22:50:09  
Ya that's what popped out to me to lol



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Chuck Machinist

04-24-2013 02:05:51




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to Matt L, 04-23-2013 22:50:09  
You saw the Moline too!



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Alan K

04-24-2013 07:02:45




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to Chuck Machinist, 04-24-2013 02:05:51  
(so did I but I figured it wasnt the place to mention lol....looks like a put together ZA from a couple ZT parts)



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J HIKEMPER

04-24-2013 07:19:03




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to Alan K, 04-24-2013 07:02:45  
shux its all fair game in the salvage yards ,,, it is a sad walk thru archives and museum of farm fame ,,. just think ,,, each and everyone of these tractors gave someone new hope and excitement when they became the pr oud owner



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Alan K

04-24-2013 07:32:25




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to J HIKEMPER, 04-24-2013 07:19:03  
I agree..I think of that as well when a person sees an old farm place that has been abandon for several years. To think of all the memories a family had there....but now just an old silent farm place.



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CaseDC3

04-24-2013 07:30:21




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to J HIKEMPER, 04-24-2013 07:19:03  
Certainly a feeling of hope and excitement, but like my Grandpa told me after buying new equipment, The feeling of having his hands shake while signing loan papers at the Bank kept him awake nights. Being in debt was his biggest fear. Wish more people in this world felt like he did.



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Alan K

04-24-2013 07:56:57




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to CaseDC3, 04-24-2013 07:30:21  
I know what you mean. It seems like years ago that mattered. A neighbor once told me his dad bought a G John Deere, 3 bottom plow, 4 row cultivator, and I think a disc, I believe all of it was new, all for $3800. I would think years ago a person could work to pay off something like that. If a person bought all that equipment nowdays you could work a few lifetimes and not get it paid off.



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Farmallb

04-24-2013 14:56:11




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 Re: A few pics I took today in reply to Alan K, 04-24-2013 07:56:57  
Dad made #100 a month working construction at the start of the 50s, the lifetime of the G. $3Gs debt is /was a chunk then.



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