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    Rdrancher recently commented on loving 'old iron'. Boy, howdy, so do I and it made me think about all the cool old stuff I see around here. I've decided to start snapping pictures as I drive around my area. I'll add more as I upload to photobucket; here's the first. (I don't know how to do thumbnails, sorry.)














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    Thanks for posting.
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    Very nice.

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    What is it?
    Murph

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    Thanks for asking that Murph. I don't know either.

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    Keep em coming. If I had my way I'd have a 20, 000 sqft barn full of old equipment.

    The first one is a Minneapolis Moline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murphy1244 View Post
    What is it?
    Thanks for asking that, Murph. I don't know either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murphy1244 View Post
    What is it?
    First subject, not a clue. I know the guy who owns it and next time I run into him I'll get more info.

    The second is some kind of ancestor of the DitchWitch as best I can tell. The owner just died and I suspect his heirs will scrap it along with the rest of his stuff. Sad. I'm with you MikeR, given the resources I'd adopt and restore every old machine I could find.

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    From the same yard as the trencher(?). Dayum, I'd love to get my hands on this little cutie.









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