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Bob

12-16-2019 09:03:38




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kevinbfromillinois

12-23-2019 09:17:03




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 Re: DISTANT cousins... in reply to Bob, 12-16-2019 09:03:38  
We had one of those 600 back in the day for a couple of years sure would hate to go back to it we worked on it for 2 days combined for one very lightly built and the drive system was the worst went Red after that and never looked back



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Don Rudolph

12-18-2019 10:01:09




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 Re: DISTANT cousins... in reply to Bob, 12-16-2019 09:03:38  
I wonder which one was easier for the farmer to pay for?



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Case Nutty 1660

12-18-2019 11:14:34




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 Re: DISTANT cousins... in reply to Don Rudolph, 12-18-2019 10:01:09  
seems like the combines we sold was on a three or four year note but it has been a few years maybe it was a five year one,, at 4.50 a bushel wheat then that would have been pretty easy to handle,, throw in custom cutting for a neighbors,, you would be set,, the red one would take a lot more acres of custom work and then would need repairs to wear parts before you paid for it from what I have always heard of the newer machines,, I cant even begin to think how many acres I run mine before I need to do any wear part replacing, but I only run small grains and grasses also,, not as abrasive as beans cnt

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R.w.b.

12-18-2019 03:07:48




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 Re: DISTANT cousins... in reply to Bob, 12-16-2019 09:03:38  
Id rather work on the 660 any day over the big machine



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Case Nutty 1660

12-17-2019 05:05:03




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 Re: DISTANT cousins... in reply to Bob, 12-16-2019 09:03:38  
In 1969 a 660 with std options listed was 8548.00 that would be worth 60,519.84 in today's money
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greenenvy

12-16-2019 20:43:34




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 Re: DISTANT cousins... in reply to Bob, 12-16-2019 09:03:38  
I did a similar picture 10 years ago with my 600 and our JD 9770 STS at the time. The bed augers in the grain tank were bigger then the unloading auger on the 600.



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rustred

12-16-2019 20:24:26




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 Re: DISTANT cousins... in reply to Bob, 12-16-2019 09:03:38  
Pretty sure the new one is 100 times the money the old case was. Approx figure 5000 vs 500,000



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Bob

12-16-2019 19:30:12




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 Re: DISTANT cousins... in reply to Bob, 12-16-2019 09:03:38  
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More like 30 times, IMHO.



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Bruce from Can.

12-16-2019 16:05:48




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 Re: DISTANT cousins... in reply to Bob, 12-16-2019 09:03:38  
I would guess the red machine cost more than ten times as much as the orange machine. And the guy that bought the orange machine was probably able to pay for his before it was worn out



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BRSnKY

12-16-2019 13:28:57




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 Re: DISTANT cousins... in reply to Bob, 12-16-2019 09:03:38  
Cool pic. Somebody can tell original sale price of each. Jonf? ACG?



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bermuda ken

12-18-2019 09:09:30




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 Re: DISTANT cousins... in reply to BRSnKY, 12-16-2019 13:28:57  
The RED combine and head have an approximate list price of $570K.



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Jon f mn

12-16-2019 14:30:00




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 Re: DISTANT cousins... in reply to BRSnKY, 12-16-2019 13:28:57  
I wouldn't have a clue on either, but would be interesting.



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