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Mike Fitz

03-31-2014 06:33:18




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I was reading on the harvester site and saw your IM picker, I was wondering if you knew its origin? My grandfather had one for a couple of years and traded it. one in a million shot it might be the same one. Thanks Mike.




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casecollectorsc

03-31-2014 15:08:19




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 Re: A question for casecollectorsc in reply to Mike Fitz, 03-31-2014 06:33:18  
From what I know, it was bought at a dealer in Dempster, SD. The Case dealer was Mangels Hardware, Dempster, SD. I bought it from a person in Dempster that has passed now. As a side note, the dealer also sold Edsel autos. Use to go with Dad when he got parts for the A-6 combine or C-2 silage cutter. Great place for a young kid. Can still see the neon Case and Edsel signs.



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Mike Fitz

03-31-2014 15:48:07




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 Re: A question for casecollectorsc in reply to casecollectorsc, 03-31-2014 15:08:19  
Thanks for the reply! It's not the same one, ours was traded off in Conrad Iowa. Do I remember right you are near Collins? Mike



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casecollectorsc

03-31-2014 17:42:37




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 Re: A question for casecollectorsc in reply to Mike Fitz, 03-31-2014 15:48:07  
I live in east central South Dakota near Dempster,SD. You are thinking of widefront37 as he also has a IM picker and I know it came from western Nebraska.



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Mike Fitz

04-01-2014 06:25:43




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 Re: A question for casecollectorsc in reply to casecollectorsc, 03-31-2014 17:42:37  
Thanks for clearing up my confusion. The national plowing matches will be held in Breesford So. Dakota this Aug.. Is that very far from you? Mike



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casecollectorsc

04-01-2014 13:33:36




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 Re: A question for casecollectorsc in reply to Mike Fitz, 04-01-2014 06:25:43  
Beresford SD is about 100 miles south of my place. First I heard, might have to go look. Daughter and son-in-law live close to Beresford.



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Mike Fitz

04-02-2014 20:19:33




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 Re: A question for casecollectorsc in reply to casecollectorsc, 04-01-2014 13:33:36  
It should be the third weekend in Aug. I'll post the details when I get them. Mike



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