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I just love these two...uh I mean THREE :lol: 1947 Massey Harris 30 with Tiff...this one Harold gave to her and our 4th tractor, 1948 Massey Harris 20.

 

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petra79 said:
Nice Massey's (good save too)
Sometimes i'm glad she dont have an account! :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

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JJ. in B.C. said:
Looks like you're set up to do some serious cultivating with the 20 there Derick ;)
Sounds silly but I've used it for a few things around the place other than cultivating! :lol: I leveled our dirt and gravel driveway a few years ago!
 

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missouri massey man said:
Sure do like your choice in tractors. Lookin good, dude !!
Thanks, I just love the Continentals
 

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Ever find the name of the company that made the wide front on that 30?

:D Al
 

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Ever find the name of the company that made the wide front on that 30?

:D Al
Nope, nothing but dead ends on it...the closest I saw to it was on a case DC and that owner didnt know its origins either
 

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DerickS said:
alleyyooper said:
Ever find the name of the company that made the wide front on that 30?

:D Al
Nope, nothing but dead ends on it...the closest I saw to it was on a case DC and that owner didnt know its origins either
Derick, post a front view of the 30 wide front end. I'm looking in a 30 parts manual and it shows the variety of front ends available, single wheel, tricycle, adjustable hi arch tubular and guess what.... an "I" beam option that looks suspiciously like what I remember yours (Tiffs) looked like. I'll take a picture of the page and post it soon as I can.
 

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missouri massey man said:
DerickS said:
alleyyooper said:
Ever find the name of the company that made the wide front on that 30?

:D Al
Nope, nothing but dead ends on it...the closest I saw to it was on a case DC and that owner didnt know its origins either
Derick, post a front view of the 30 wide front end. I'm looking in a 30 parts manual and it shows the variety of front ends available, single wheel, tricycle, adjustable hi arch tubular and guess what.... an "I" beam option that looks suspiciously like what I remember yours (Tiffs) looked like. I'll take a picture of the page and post it soon as I can.
Thanks! as soon as my computer gets back from service I will post what I have :)
 

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:D Al[/quote]
Nope, nothing but dead ends on it...the closest I saw to it was on a case DC and that owner didnt know its origins either[/quote]

Derick, post a front view of the 30 wide front end. I'm looking in a 30 parts manual and it shows the variety of front ends available, single wheel, tricycle, adjustable hi arch tubular and guess what.... an "I" beam option that looks suspiciously like what I remember yours (Tiffs) looked like. I'll take a picture of the page and post it soon as I can.[/quote]

Thanks! as soon as my computer gets back from service I will post what I have :)[/quot

Its raining and my camera is in the truck or I'd snap a shot right now.
 

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Jason1Pa said:
Those are some good old MH's you got there Derick
Thanks! The 20 is one of my all time fav tractors and memories when it comes to how we bought it :D
 

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Hey Derick, I remeber on one of your posts you said the picture was too big. I posted a picture of my Silver King on the "All other makes and models" forum and I'm experiancing the same thing. How did you fix it? if you check it out you can see it cut the front end off..
 
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