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ericlb

11-23-2016 06:13:39




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my grandfather on his new farmall M around 1940, something on this just wasnt right, i figured it out, can y'all




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Ron in Nebr

11-26-2016 22:13:11




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 Re: rare M in reply to ericlb, 11-23-2016 06:13:39  
Of course that's a rare British or Australian export M. Since they can't have the steering wheel on the wrong side like in cars, they just swapped everything on the engines from side to side. Haha



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Redturbo

11-23-2016 22:28:00




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 Re: rare M in reply to ericlb, 11-23-2016 06:13:39  
My Dad has pretty much the same picture. He is 2 yrs old sitting on his Dad's lap on the Farmall H in 1949. The engine is reversed just like your photo.



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CenTex Farmall

11-23-2016 18:11:51




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 Re: rare M in reply to ericlb, 11-23-2016 06:13:39  
Secret factory prototype with counterclockwise running engine.



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denglish

11-23-2016 15:49:40




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 Re: rare M in reply to ericlb, 11-23-2016 06:13:39  
AlinMO fixed it.



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AlinMO

11-23-2016 15:47:08




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 Re: rare M in reply to ericlb, 11-23-2016 06:13:39  
third party image



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ericlb

11-23-2016 19:13:22




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 Re: rare M in reply to AlinMO, 11-23-2016 15:47:08  
thanks for fixing the picture, i told my cousin the first one was reversed the left is showing as the right



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fbh44

11-23-2016 15:15:24




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 Re: rare M in reply to ericlb, 11-23-2016 06:13:39  
Yes it is flipped, the governor is backwards and starter is on wrong side.



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denglish

11-23-2016 08:38:15




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 Re: rare M in reply to ericlb, 11-23-2016 06:13:39  
Very nice old photo. Good image quality. Easy to fix the image reversal with photoshop.



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rustyfarmall

11-23-2016 08:24:16




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 Re: rare M in reply to ericlb, 11-23-2016 06:13:39  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

If he was looking away, we wouldn't see his face.



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dhermesc

11-23-2016 09:36:07




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 Re: rare M in reply to rustyfarmall, 11-23-2016 08:24:16  
The photo shows him looking over his right shoulder - he actually looking over his left.



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Goose

11-23-2016 06:51:12




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 Re: rare M in reply to ericlb, 11-23-2016 06:13:39  
Negative reversed.



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gene bender

11-23-2016 07:40:10




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 Re: rare M in reply to Goose, 11-23-2016 06:51:12  
if it was reversed wouldnt the driver be looking other way why would you take a pic having the driver look away



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rustyfarmall

11-23-2016 06:30:11




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 Re: rare M in reply to ericlb, 11-23-2016 06:13:39  
The negative was wrong side up, which produced a "reversed" image.



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D Slater

11-23-2016 06:19:57




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 Re: rare M in reply to ericlb, 11-23-2016 06:13:39  
Yes picture is flipped and shows the left side on right.



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