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Correct decals for a 39 Farmall H

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Carp

08-12-2001 18:14:35




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I was reading one of Guy Fays books when I noticed something in one of his picture captions. In 39 to the Mid 40's the decals on side of the hood said McCormick-Deering instead of just McCormick like the later farmalls. Does anyone know where I can get the correct decals for a 39 or 40 Farmall H?




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sammy the RED

08-13-2001 05:52:21




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 Re: Correct decals for a 39 Farmall H in reply to Carp, 08-12-2001 18:14:35  
Hunter-Maple Decals. 812-894-9759



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Little Bubba

08-12-2001 21:25:22




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 Re: Correct decals for a 39 Farmall H in reply to Carp, 08-12-2001 18:14:35  
Hi Carp, A friend gave me the e-mail address listed below and claimed that this guy makes all types of decals to the orginal specs. for any make of tractor. I cannot tell you if each and every decal that is needed is in the set or not.

The e-mail address is: dick@ipa.net

I contacted this person and bought two sets of decals, both were for Farmall H's my 41 and a friends 44. I think that the price was around $28.00 for them. There are a total of 12 decals in these sets. The side hood decals have the wording:

McCORMICK-DEERING FARMALL

They do not have the red and white IH logo on them, nor is it included in the set. I saw a photo of my tractor when she was delivered to the new owner in 41, it did not have the IH logo decal on it. Over the years it was repainted and the newer style decals with the logo was put on.

Hope this may be of some help to you.

Good Luck "LB"

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Red is The BEST

08-12-2001 21:16:42




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 Re: Correct decals for a 39 Farmall H in reply to Carp, 08-12-2001 18:14:35  
I restored an H farmall and at the time I thought it was a 47. I ordered decale's and when they showed up I put them on, only learning, I was putting 47 decal's on a 43. At the time I was like, what is the difference, and now that I know, I know they were the wrong one's. Well, anyway, if I get to the chance of restoring this tractor again, which I probably will since I use it all the time, I will put the regular McCormick-Deering stickers on it. I just wish I would of checked the serial numbers out before I ordered decale's. I just wrongfully took someone else's thought instead of checking it out myself. I will never make that mistake again. But who would of thought there would of been a difference in decale's. At the time I thought all years were alike but later found out that the McCormick- Deering narrowed up to McCormick in later years. Other than that I don't really know of any differences. Except for the super series. Well I guess that is just a tough way of learning in my case, but who will know the difference. Another 20 years and most of the old timers will have died off and it will just be down to us decendant's to argue about the way it really was. I really treasure the old timers and there talk of the old equipment. I run some of this old equipment from time to time and really wonder if younger generation's will be able to put it all together and understand how it all worked. I just wish we could leave behind the knowledge and hardship of past years farming and have the younger generation's actually care about what happened in the past. It just seems to me that younger generation's look at antique tractor's and say whoop tee dooo. They would just as soon run a new one with an A C and a C D player. They just really don't understand what it was really like 100 years ago with the horses and just simply don't care. People like this are my pet peeves and to be real blunt, there is not enough powder to blow them where they need to go. Sooner or later this world will eventually get back to the basic's of digging up your own grub or just simply laying down and starving to death and those that don't understand will be the hungry ones with a rifle at first but will soon be layed to rest by more resourcefull people. Well you unionite's can all laugh out loud but sooner or later you will be put to the test when your big pay check don't come at the end of the week and your boat payment is due and your little old A farmall isn't capable of competing with an M. That is when you will come out to the real country and learn what country is all about out here. Life is just 1/3 of it and you will learn the rest after experience. Drinking out of a court jar or driving a little old antique tractor is nothing compared to living the real country life. My point is you have to really live life true blue to really understand it. If you want to pretend, than a pretender is all you are going to be. Just get out there and do some real country living and the h---- with the everyone else. And by the way, just put what ever stickers on your tractor you like.

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Huh?

08-13-2001 04:38:15




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 Re: Re: Correct decals for a 39 Farmall H in reply to Red is The BEST, 08-12-2001 21:16:42  
don't hold back, tell us how you really feel about it.



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Andy Martin

08-13-2001 06:08:41




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 Re: Re: Re: Correct decals for a 39 Farmall H in reply to Huh?, 08-13-2001 04:38:15  
I was going to ask what he thought about my grandfather's M. During an IH shop overhaul in '59, when they installed Super sleeves, they put Super M stickers on it. I bale with it and have considered painting it, but am in a quandry as to which stickers I would put on.

But I wanted a short answer. And I do like my A. And Cub. But with 11 M's and 3 H's I guess maybe I'm OK?



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Whew!

08-13-2001 05:13:09




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 Re: Re: Re: Correct decals for a 39 Farmall H in reply to Huh?, 08-13-2001 04:38:15  
Boy, the floodgates really opened didn't they? Wonder what brought THAT on?



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F20II :o)

08-12-2001 20:15:01




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 Re: Correct decals for a 39 Farmall H in reply to Carp, 08-12-2001 18:14:35  
binder books also has good decals, just ask for the older model H and Scott will fix you up :o)



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justin

08-12-2001 18:44:50




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 Re: Correct decals for a 39 Farmall H in reply to Carp, 08-12-2001 18:14:35  
As far as correct decals are concerned, the McCormick Deering decals are the ones that you need. Originally these decals were individual decals, and I have found that K & K Tractor parts has the best quality decals. There are several decals that won't come with their set, but the other companies sets are not complete either. If you want more complete info, let me know..



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