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Can anyone tell me roughly what this plow is and how much it is worth? I have it and have no idea what it is at all. Im going to try this again and I hope it works...Here are some pics..
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I have a Facebook account and still couldn't see it...
I can't see it either.
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Facebook doesn't allow linking... and even logged in I can't see it either. He needs to have those pics uploaded to either our photohost or another one on the net. Another reason why I absolutely abhor Facebook
I had one just like it. Mine was a Case that was collecting all the rust it could. I found it a couple years ago for sale in front of a construction site where it was found behind an old garage that was being torn down and payed $50 for it. A guy down the road from me bought it last fall for $125.
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Yes, I agree with Jim. It has the profile of a McCormick-Deering "Little Genius" Plow. If you look it over carefully, you will find several IHC logos stamped into the castings. They maybe small, and covered with dirt or grease, but they will be there. Try looking on the trailing wheel first ...'Country'
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I have spent many hours pulling one of those behind me with Dad's H. We used it so much we wore the tail wheel out on the side from riding against the wall of the furrow.
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I picked up two John Deere trailer type plows for $100-, $80 for the plows and $20- for delivery. I have also seen trailer type plows advertised for $350- - don't know if the seller got their asking price.
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