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Re: First production date for a 806 gas ?

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Bermuda Ken

06-02-2002 18:19:46

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The first Farmall 806 gas was made in May of 1963 I believe. It happens to be serial # 501, that I cuurently own, but have for sale(for the right price).

Farmall 806 #502 is a diesel. It has a happy home in IL right now.

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06-03-2002 13:31:57

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 Re: Re: First production date for a 806 gas ? in reply to Bermuda Ken, 06-02-2002 18:19:46  
Bermuda Ken, How did the numbering scheme go? I know you said 502 is a diesel but did IH number them randomly or did they say 502-599 diesel, 600-699 Gas, 700-799 LP etc etc? I have a 63 806, serial 4646. Was just curious as to how they numbered them. Do you have a break down of how many D G LP were made?

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TP from Central PA

06-02-2002 18:33:13

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 Re: Re: First production date for a 806 gas ? in reply to Bermuda Ken, 06-02-2002 18:19:46  
Ken, my I ask, how come you are getting rid of her?

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Bermuda Ken

06-02-2002 19:23:59

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 Re: Re: Re: First production date for a 806 gas ? in reply to TP from Central PA, 06-02-2002 18:33:13  
Lack of time to go to shows with it,(has not been out in 3 years now)no way to haul it myself, paying for storage, ect. I'm sure someone else can more fun with it than I. Why not share the IH joy???

I know of lots of other great IH's that will NEVER be for sale because thier owners can't "see the light" and realize when its time to move on.

It(F-806 #501) really is a piece of IH history. This was the first tractor designed at the new Engineering Center at Hinsdale, first to have hydraulic T/A, ect.

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The Red

06-03-2002 03:59:50

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: First production date for a 806 gas ? in reply to Bermuda Ken, 06-02-2002 19:23:59  
I like that attitude about sharing the joy!

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Bermuda Ken

06-03-2002 05:58:59

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: First production date for a 806 gas ? in reply to The Red, 06-03-2002 03:59:50  
Too bad others don't understand that concept.....Sharing. Didn't we learn that in kindergarten????? Apparently some folks missed that day of school.....

There is nothing worse than folks who "take it to the grave". Whether it be a IH tractor that WAS restorable or even just IH knowledge. If we want to keep IH history alive, we need to aggressively collect and share this information and pieces of history.

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