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CLAYSON133 107348 82 Any ideas????? either
Any ideas?????
As the heading suggests, I have no idea of the make or
model. Do you know?
Re: Any ideas?????
Im thinking that it's an Allis-Chalmers combine, it looks
like the photo is taken in thr USA or probaly Canada. like
the background and the type of Farmall IH tractor. The type
of the combine dont know at this moment, A-C has made many
Re: Any ideas?????
I'm pretty sure it's a Case A6, a popular pull type combine
built up into the early 60's. These were popular in the corn
belt when there were many smaller farms than today. Corn was
picked with tractor mounted or pull type corn pickers and
stored on the cob in cribs so it could be fed to hogs etc.
Grain and soybeans were harvested by such combines. Green
color was also part of Case pain scheme till 1959. This pic
is probably taked out west. Maybe Montana or Idaho mountain
valley from the background. No row crop tractor either.
Re: Any ideas?????
I also think this is a Case combine, but unsure of the
series being powered by a International 300 or 350 utility
tractor and also this could be located in many areas of the
Ozarks of SW Missouri or NW Arkansas and now you can figure
out my age,as I remember when a tractor and combine such as
these were common here in the Missouri Ozarks on our farms
with small acreage of wheat, oats, and grain sorghum to

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