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Oh you guys are in for a treat on this on. I totally forgot I had pics of this one. Here is one of the rarest Gleaners made. The Gleaner E III. Which was made only for 1 year, and was replaced by the Gleaner K. Since I took these pics, I don't know what happened to the combine. As I never been back to that farm since. Back then the farmer was old, so I'm sure its gone by now.

The difference in the E III over the K isn't much. So they look very similar.




Here is the cab interior. If you saw my Gleaner E post. You noticed not much changed over the years. Still simple and easy to run.


The small header. I think it was the 10ft model.
 

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Nice pics! Guys on the Allis forum would like those too.
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Oh you guys are in for a treat on this on. I totally forgot I had pics of this one. Here is one of the rarest Gleaners made. The Gleaner E III. Which was made only for 1 year, and was replaced by the Gleaner K. Since I took these pics, I don't know what happened to the combine. As I never been back to that farm since. Back then the farmer was old, so I'm sure its gone by now.

The difference in the E III over the K isn't much. So they look very similar.




Here is the cab interior. If you saw my Gleaner E post. You noticed not much changed over the years. Still simple and easy to run.


The small header. I think it was the 10ft model.
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