Other Favorite Brands? POLL!!!!

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Other Favorite Brands? POLL!!!!

Allis Chalmers
9
14%
Case
5
8%
Cockshutt
5
8%
Ford
4
6%
Farmall/IH
8
13%
John Deere
10
16%
Massey Harris
4
6%
Massey Ferguson
3
5%
Minneapolis Moline
11
17%
Other
4
6%
 
Total votes : 63

Other Favorite Brands? POLL!!!!

Postby 995Lugmatic » Fri Nov 21, 2003 5:00 pm

What other brand of Antique tractors do you own the most of besides our beloved Olivers? And Hart-Parrs and Cletracs dont count!
Post below the Poll to let us know what you like!:D
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Postby 995Lugmatic » Fri Nov 21, 2003 5:10 pm

I guess I would have to say MM. We have a lot of them and they...like Olivers...are tough as nails and pull like hell.
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Postby Mel Larson » Wed Nov 26, 2003 12:54 pm

When I was young in 1948, we had a neighbor that had a Massey-Harris Pony.
I thought it was cute. In 1970 I had a chance to buy with all of the equip. My kids liked it. Still no Oliver.:D
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Postby Irvin L. Albright » Fri Mar 05, 2004 7:15 pm

:) I have Cletrac and Massey Ferguson of many sizes. #9423
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Postby cornfused » Thu Apr 22, 2004 6:00 am

John Deere 50, Farmall H, and a Case VAC.
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Postby bmammel » Tue Sep 07, 2004 1:59 pm

We have an LA Case, a Massy-Harris 44, a Massy- Harris 81, and a MM Five Star. The 44 and MM are used pretty much every day (in addition to the Super 55 that is :wink:).
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Postby edchainsaw » Tue Sep 07, 2004 7:17 pm

we have approximatly 25 two-cylinder john deeres + 2 modern
10 IH's
6 Mhf's (thats massey harris fergusons because they were all built during the mid 50's)
3 MM's
2 AC's
4 Cockshutts ( delux series)
1 co-op model C
and 4 old olivers and 3 55 series
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Postby cletrac1 » Fri Sep 10, 2004 9:27 am

In my barn I have
Oliver 550 Diesel
Oliver 77 Diesel
Oliver S88 Diesel
Cletrac BGS-H
Farmall M
Farmall H
Farmall Cub (#893)
John deere A (slant dash)
John Deere B
Ford 9N
Allis Chalmers C
Cub Cadet 71

Mike Kirkpatrick #689
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Postby 39LC » Fri Sep 17, 2004 8:18 pm

Beside 18 Olivers (mostly of the 7 series) I have one White 4-180 and am looking for a White 2-135 Larry Coltrin
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Postby carrothead » Sun Sep 11, 2005 5:09 pm

Nice to see MM in the lead over JD at this time.
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Postby edchainsaw » Sun Sep 11, 2005 8:28 pm

gee I rember posting that but didnt reallize that that was a whole year ago... gee
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Postby carrothead » Sun Sep 11, 2005 8:31 pm

Time flies when your having fun, doesn't it
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Postby edchainsaw » Sun Sep 11, 2005 8:37 pm

ya... as much as I hate to have arguements it was a "fun" time on the ole net... the words and stuff flying around LOL... NO not fun.. just the adreal glands going wild... :)


I do wish time would slow down a bit... I hate this getting older.. dad and mom had to use a GATOR at a show for the first time this weekend...... yap they became" ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE" old age has hit. ... now I need help! lol.
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Postby calvin innes » Sun Sep 11, 2005 9:04 pm

Other tractors? Well there are 4 Olivers, an OC-3, A Kubota, a Ford 2600, a Case 310 crawler, a Massey ferguson 35 Turf special with road gears(28Mph!) and a Massey Ferguson Super 90. If it isn't an Oliver running, it is probably the Massey Super 90 although the Kubota gets a lot of the woods work as it has the winch and the log forks, and will pick up a 16 foot pine log up to 30 inches in diameter easy. I don't like to treat the older tractors that way.
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Postby carrothead » Sun Sep 11, 2005 9:36 pm

well ed, your right. old age is catching up to all of us. Even I am not as young as I once was. My thirteen year old reminded me of that. Itolld to look at all the grey hairs she has given me. She promptly told me I was just getting old. Her nine year old sister was quick to back her up on that one
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