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Redpainter 138085 82 Matthews corn combine either
Matthews corn combine
Matthews corn combine built by builders of grain dryers in
the midwest. Parts were based on Harris combine, but
specifically designed for corn in the late 60's. Was
considered a big combine for it's day. Cylinders were
interchangeable from rasp to spike tooth (peg style). Corn
head used gears to pull corn stalks through.
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Re: Matthews corn combine
Never seen that combine before. Did they sell any? Very
interesting.

Take care,

Nathan
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Re: Matthews corn combine
Nathan, I think there were some made for sale in the
midwest, where Matthews sold alot of grain dryers and a few
other implements like the rotary scythe and stalk choppers.
I read that potential buyers were unwilling to take a chance
on an odd make combine and favored well known makes like
Deere so they didn't last too long on the market.
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