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Mr rrlund those Massey Harris again

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05-10-2019 16:37:36

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First thanks for the kind words on Mrs jocco. But I do have to ask does the guy with the 30 Massey Harris tractors clean you guys up at the pulls. Around here the 22 30 and 44 did quite well. The guy that was really into them died and interest wayned.

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05-11-2019 03:43:21

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 Re: Mr rrlund those Massey Harris again in reply to Jocco, 05-10-2019 16:37:36  
They don't pull them. The father's in his 90s. He still plays around a little on the farm with his 44. His dad had a 44 too back when he was alive and farming. My dad sold his last 33 to the son. As I've said before,Dad used to jockey a few tractors. He had that 33 for a little while. Years ago he owned and traded a 22 and a Pony. I had a 101 Jr for a short time when I was in high school. There was a dealer here for MH and they were quite a popular tractor. Seems like half the people who had two tractors,one was a Massey.

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05-11-2019 05:34:44

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 Re: Mr rrlund those Massey Harris again in reply to rrlund, 05-11-2019 03:43:21  
Boy I would say your dad jockeyed tractors!! If he kept them all you would not know what to do!! They were popular on two sides of me. Cousin had a 33 me and a friend ran 44's they were mostly his. They had lots of models that seemed almost the same just little different. I used to work on a few as some people could not seem to figure them out.

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05-11-2019 06:16:36

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 Re: Mr rrlund those Massey Harris again in reply to jocco, 05-11-2019 05:34:44  
Ya,he always kept his Oliver 66,but he wasn't loyal to anything else. He traded pickups as often as he did tractors. In fact I remember once he traded a pickup for an Oliver 70 then sold the 70 a week later.

I got in to it for a while there but I got too busy milking cows and farming to have the time to monkey with it. There's times I wish I'd kept it up. If I had all of them back that the two of us had over the years,it'd take a lot of buildings to store them all.

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