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Case 1 row corn picker

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04-07-2021 15:25:23

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There is a Case 1 row corn picker for sale on facebook and it is in Licking Mo. It is not mine and not selling for a friend. I know nothing about it but there are pictures and it looks all there and in fair shape. I have never seen one before. I am guessing some Case nut would want it for his collection.

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04-09-2021 04:46:28

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 Re: Case 1 row corn picker in reply to kenbob, 04-07-2021 15:25:23  
Ken, that is a great one row corn picker. We had one on the farm in Ohio for years, shoveled a lot of wagons of corn. My dad would put it on the CC the SC. Dad always had it in the barn and cleaned up after use. He sold it and it came up at a auction al rusty wish I would have bought it back then. Jerry From Ohio

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jon f mn

04-08-2021 03:37:49

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 Re: Case 1 row corn picker in reply to kenbob, 04-07-2021 15:25:23  
That's not a bad looking picker. Long ways away tho.

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04-07-2021 19:52:48

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 Re: Case 1 row corn picker in reply to kenbob, 04-07-2021 15:25:23  
I have seen one and it is also in decent shape, just needing some TLC and updating on some of the belts, chains etc. I do have pics if anyone is interested in seeing it as well as buying it. It is for sale in Southeastern Minnesota.

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jon f mn

04-08-2021 03:37:11

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 Re: Case 1 row corn picker in reply to Wrangler1973, 04-07-2021 19:52:48  
I would like to see it and get a price. My email is open.

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04-08-2021 19:56:11

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 Re: Case 1 row corn picker in reply to jon f mn, 04-08-2021 03:37:11  
Here are pics of the 1 row corn picker for sale. The last price I was quoted was $300 but that is negotiable, I can check with the family of the owner. The pto does work but there are some parts that may have seized up from sitting for so long. I can try and get you some better pics when work slows down and I'm able to get over to the farm.

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