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Some pics from today and some from JP's Shop and Museum
I really appreciate the effort you put into posting pictures the last three days. It makes it fun for everyone, even those of us that couldn't attend. Thank you!!
Three things that strike me about today's pix:
1. Very neat that JP was able to find and show the IH factory locks. Perhaps the neatest pieces of memorabilia I've seen yet.
2. There really are tractor "safety police!" At least, badged security guards at the plant... wonder if they were ROPS advocates back then?
3. John Deere's not the first to put their name on any widget that would sell. I noticed the Coleman drink cooler and thought... man, the last time I was at a Deere dealer (Thursday), I couldn't help but notice "John Deere liquid hand sanitizer." Ah, the age of H1N1. I wonder, did McCormick offer IH-labeled penicillin back in the day?
It's in Fredericktown, Missouri. JP has quite a collection of IH stuff.
Thanks for the pix Terry.
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Thanks for the pics, just like being there. I have attended one Cubarama and do not intend to be at any more (for reasons I will keep to myself ), however your pics allow me to participate at a distance.
Again, Many Thanks
excellent pictures. JPs is quite the place.
I had a good time there Firday and saturday, It was my frist cubarama. I did not get many photos cuz I was talking to much to a few of my friends and buying a few parts over at Tm
1940 Ford Pu, 1959 Ford Custom 300, 1971 Ford F-100,
1971Ford F350Dually, 1962 IH R-185 FireTruck.
1960 Ford F-750 FireTruck
1960 Gmc 6000 FireTruck
Terry; First of all thanks for the pix's and was glad to meet you though brief, I had a wonderful time as I always do and missed some of my friends that couldn't make it for various reasons, hope everyone is well and looking forward to next year and last but not least want to say a big Thank You to the Hargis family for sponsoring this great event.
There are some really interesting items in those pics you took. I really like those Farmall Cub mini riding pedal tractors.. both of em are really something.
What I would like more information on is this one:
Who made the brolly and Woods Mower? This is the first I have seen of these on an Ertl before. Be a nice addition to the article on 1/16th scale Cubs. Did you take notes
pics courtesy of Song
I remember a lot of it but I don't recall a discussion on those. I remember the chrome and gold Cub toy story.
The IH factory locks look exactly like Best Lock Inc. I know 20 years ago Best lock had quite a selection of emblems etc. for tons of different companys on the same lock case.. Would like to have one. Grump
BTW thanks for the pics
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Could you tell us about it, include some pics and I can put it in the 1/16th article??? I am really interested
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