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fat bill

03-29-2001 19:03:51

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why r farmalls red? mine is green +yellow

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03-30-2001 08:25:28

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 Re: green +yellow in reply to fat bill, 03-29-2001 19:03:51  
I seen yellow on Farmalls used in industrial settings but the green is a mystery. I suspect somebody has repainted it so it would hide in a JD show.

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Bama Binder

03-30-2001 05:47:24

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 Re: green +yellow in reply to fat bill, 03-29-2001 19:03:51  
I don't know...does it go pop pop pop and have John Deere written on it somewhere?

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The Red

03-30-2001 05:30:25

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 Re: green +yellow in reply to fat bill, 03-29-2001 19:03:51  
I believe it was Guy Gay who mentioned that you could get colors other than red for a Farmall. Also the early F series was a dark grey with red.

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Elden Denning-aka-'The Dukester

03-30-2001 10:21:03

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 Re: Re: green +yellow in reply to The Red, 03-30-2001 05:30:25  
Hey, Hey, who's Guy Gay? Isn't it Fay? Anyway, IH tractors were gray with red wheels until 1936 wasn't it? 'Bout that time a lot of the tractor mfr's started using flashier colors then styling came next. I've seen white demo Farmalls and yellow industrial models too. I've seen some green and yellow ones at the pulls and a couple of times they out pulled the other green and yellow ones that went "pop-pop-pop". In the middle 50's I was at Amarillo AFB and some construction outfit had a couple of yellow M's they were using to pull sheepsfoot rollers with, Kinda different. I guess Farmalls can't be industrial models, that would make 'em Internationals I 'spose.

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03-30-2001 10:44:22

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 Re: Re: Re: green +yellow in reply to Elden Denning-aka-'The Dukester, 03-30-2001 10:21:03  
My apologizes to Guy Fay. Typo on my part.

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Guy Fay

03-30-2001 15:54:21

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: green +yellow in reply to The Red. WHOOPS, 03-30-2001 10:44:22  
Dern tootin- now I gotta go dating again to counteract the rumors, and I'm broke!

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kev@ia Yabut

03-30-2001 16:30:07

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: green +yellow in reply to Guy Fay, 03-30-2001 15:54:21  
Yer famous now, the gals should cover the bill for ya! Better yet cook for ya.
Wish one would for me.

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