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Pantex12

10-23-2017 16:56:52




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I pulled a green diamond flathead 6 out of my shop yesterday; the engine had been in there for 60 years. My dad had apparently made a stationary engine out of a McCormick Deering tractor. The engine is mounted on a frame with a MD hood and radiator shell. The engine is free and turns. I'd like to sell it but have no idea as to its worth. Can anyone give me some info as to what I might sell it for? Thanks

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Pantex12

11-19-2017 06:47:29




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 Re: Green Diamond in reply to Pantex12, 10-23-2017 16:56:52  
. Yes. That is the engine. Thanks for that picture. If you know anyone who might be interested in the engine, please reply.



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AlinMO

11-07-2017 12:05:46




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 Re: Green Diamond in reply to Pantex12, 10-23-2017 16:56:52  
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Beautiful picture if Model 122 pulled by an M.
Is that your engine sitting on front top?

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View across field of a man harvesting wheat with a Farmall M tractor and No. 122 combine (harvester-thresher).

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Image ID: 23922

Creation Date: 1948
Creator Name: International Harvester Company

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Collection Name: McCormick - International Harvester

Genre: Photograph

Original Format Type: transparency, color

Original Format Number: M96-253, Box 74, Fol. 4

Original Dimensions: 5 x 4 inchesthird party image

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Pantex12

11-07-2017 10:32:35




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 Re: Green Diamond in reply to Pantex12, 10-23-2017 16:56:52  
I have discovered that the engine came from a McCormick Deering Harvester Thresher Model 122



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Pantex12

10-24-2017 09:22:46




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 Re: Green Diamond in reply to Pantex12, 10-23-2017 16:56:52  
Panhandle, TX



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jdv

10-24-2017 11:25:00




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 Re: Green Diamond in reply to Pantex12, 10-24-2017 09:22:46  
Give me a call575-447-4010 Iím in Clayton NM



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jdv

10-24-2017 09:10:07




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 Re: Green Diamond in reply to Pantex12, 10-23-2017 16:56:52  
Where are you located? I have an old Ih truck that has the green Diamond in it, but it is unfortunately stuck. I may be interested in the engine.



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Pantex12

10-24-2017 05:52:09




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 Re: Green Diamond in reply to Pantex12, 10-23-2017 16:56:52  
Could it have come from a pull type combine? The data plate says it is a model 122, serial #762.



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leroy in ne

10-24-2017 07:30:31




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 Re: Green Diamond in reply to Pantex12, 10-24-2017 05:52:09  
possible in combine. Does it have a governor or is throttle rod hooked direct to carb.? truck application probably would be ungoverned. found info that green diamond was built 1934-1949 , 3 sizes 175, 214, 233 cubic inches were listed as green diamond.



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leroy in ne

10-24-2017 04:38:25




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 Re: Green Diamond in reply to Pantex12, 10-23-2017 16:56:52  
I have seen this engine in a mid to late 40's truck. I believe a KB-5. estimate 1- 1/2 ton truck. I'm not aware of any tractor applications but may have been offered as an Industrial.



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rustred

10-23-2017 17:32:31




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 Re: Green Diamond in reply to Pantex12, 10-23-2017 16:56:52  
as is... 2-300.00



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