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Originally Posted by abe View Post
I see what your saying..... but the Ford tractor and the "Ford" combine is sitting still unloading it's hopper.
Ok. Didn't know there was a hopper involved (I know squat about those things). All the pictures and videos I've seen show the trucks driving along side the combines as they go.

 
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About the "Ford" combine, I saw something somewhere that Ford didn't make combines. The maker, who I don't remember now, put Ford logos on the finished product. I'm not sure where I heard or read this so I hope it is accurate.
 
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Originally Posted by bjmayberry2 View Post
Saw this on FB and had to share.
I found some info about Ford combines: https://www.toytractortimes.com/nove...literature.php

They said Ford sold a red combine in the 50s made by Oliver.
 
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Originally Posted by abe View Post
About the "Ford" combine, I saw something somewhere that Ford didn't make combines. The maker, who I don't remember now, put Ford logos on the finished product. I'm not sure where I heard or read this so I hope it is accurate.
I got curious and did some research, and it's possible that the combine and pickup are actually red, and not brown. The combine in the pic could be a Ford 611.

https://pin.it/aj2ifagznhpvbf

"Here's some info. I found posted by another blogger in a forum.... Looks like the 611 was the only model that was painted red and that was built by Oliver for Ford.
Ford 642 = Claas Dominator 85
Ford 640 = Claas Mercerator
Ford 630 = Claas Senator
Ford 622 = Claas Consul
Ford 620 = Claas Consul (smaller engine and grain tank)
Ford 611 is the only ford combine that was painted red, and was built by Oliver for Ford before the contract with Claas.The Ford 642 and the 622 were the last models on the Ford combine line. the 611 was the first, 620, 630 and 640 were the next models up from the 611.The Ford 611 Has a Ford six-cylinder 223 Ci engine, and came with a 10 or 12 ft header and a 2 row corn head. Was built form 1959-1965, Had a 45 bushel bin, a 27.6 in cylinder, 3570 sq. in. of separation area, and 2,534 sq. in. of cleaning area."
 
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Here is the International Harvestor/Farmall version of a small farmer harvesting with a pull behind combine putting grain into a small pickup with side boards.
 
 
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