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 Bill Brandt 
Duane's 2255 and the sheller in Dec 2007.  In the background on the crib you can see Iowa's latest thing, "Barn Quilts."  They are made out of wood painted with traditional quilt patterns.  
From: Anonymous (Anonymous)  Sat Dec 22 22:28:53 2007
Bill I forgot to tell you it was 6 degrees that morning.

From: Anonymous (Anonymous)  Thu Dec 27 13:00:02 2007
Bill, we have a MM sheller like that. I believe it's a model E. We powered ours with a Fleetline 77 and it worked well. I always liked running the sheller but hated the setup and teardown. I'll bet the 2255 barely grunts with that MM. Thanks for the great pictures.


 

Duane had the 1850 and the old Model 73 picker out getting in the 2007 corn crop  
From: Anonymous (Anonymous)  Fri Nov 23 08:53:52 2007
Nice tractor!
Glad to see it still working the fields.
I have a 1650D and 1955D still in use myself.


 

Duane on the 1650 during the July 2006 Scahller, Ia Popcorn Day parade  
From: GAIL CARPENTER  Tue Sep 26 01:18:24 2006
VERY NICE RESTORE, HE CAN BE PROUD.

From: GAIL CARPENTER  Tue Sep 26 01:19:54 2006
VERY NICE RESTORE, HE CAN BE PROUD.

From: Anonymous (Anonymous)  Sun Apr 20 13:19:29 2008
DANG! I wished mine looked half as good


 

Marlyn "Boots" Brandt on our 770 in the June 2006 WHO tractor ride  
From: Anonymous (Anonymous)  Sat Oct 27 11:34:53 2007
I own an oliver 770 1966 model. Im in the process of restoring it for ffa. If at all possible could you tell me what paint it takes, where i can find the decals, or just get in touch with me. my email is whitetail91@hotmail.com, i would greatly appriciate any help you could offer.


 

A "group shot" of the tractors at the plow day in Odebolt Ia in April 2005.  
From: Everett Kaminsky  Thu Jul 21 21:43:52 2005
Olivers ought to be in front.


 

Another picture of Roger Oliver putting his 28-45 to work in April 2005.  
From: Everett Kaminsky  Thu Jul 21 21:51:58 2005
That old Hart-Parr is doing what it's made to do, Work.


 

Nothing like having the wind in your hair and an old Oliver working away!  
From: Anonymous (Anonymous)  Tue Jun 26 18:38:55 2007
2150, great tractor! I sold a lot of them while working for oliver as a Terr Manager.

Whisper Quiet Hercules Engine!
Jim

From: Anonymous (Anonymous)  Fri Sep 7 15:11:46 2007
Where were you at terr. Mger? I worked for Oiver and White. i live in Dublin Ohio. I worked in Ill and Minn plus New York.
Jim McKenzie Dublin Ohio 614-795-0684


 

Greg and Heidi plowing with Duanes 1850  
From: Larry Coltrin  Wed Mar 21 22:11:27 2007
Great bunch of photos!

From: Larry Coltrin  Wed Mar 21 22:11:50 2007
Great bunch of photos!

From: Anonymous (Anonymous)  Sun Mar 9 15:45:33 2008
I have to agree these bring back memories and instill ideas for the future collector!

From: Anonymous (Anonymous)  Sun Mar 9 15:47:09 2008
The last message was not meant to be anonymous my name is Mark Worrell


 

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