MISCELLANEOUS

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Terry Richardson, 3166 155th Ave., Morley, MI 49336 sent this;
photo, saying, ‘A few years ago I purchased a 1935 and 36 B for
parts. The only things left on one of them was the radiator,
steering shaft and a couple of smaller pieces. Of course the frame,
engine and trans cases were there, but nothing inside but lots of
mud and rust from lying in the woods for years. After removing the
parts that were left I was going to haul the rest away, but the
raised lettering ‘John Deere’ on the rear end housing
I  just couldn’t part with. So, as you see, I made use of
it in front of my garage. I cemented in two stands, making a cover
for their back side and two wooden plugs for the axles to keep out
the bees. Then my wife added the yellow flowers.’

‘Here are a few photos of a Minnesota grain binder I
recently fixed up. It had always been shedded so it was in pretty
good shape. It was disassembled, sandblasted, painted and
reassembled during ’89-90.1 also have a 10-20 McCormick
Deering, a 22′ McCormick Deering thresher, Model A grain truck,
and a John Deere tubular elevator.’ Submitted by Jim
O’Connell, Rt 1, Box 215, Delano, Minnesota 55328.

Dick Brockmeyer, RR #1, Wheatland, Iowa 52777, submitted this
photograph of a 3 HP Evinrude owned by Terry Nemecek, 1689 Bliss
Rd., Mt. Vernon, Iowa. The picture was taken at the Usher’s
Ferry Village Engine Show in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 1992 show dates
are May 16 and 17. For more information about the event, call Vicki
at 319-398-5104.

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