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(7/12/2012 2:16:55 AM)
RE:Massey Harris Implements.
Your photograph is a "Massey Harris No 2 Reaper", we know them here in England as a "Sail Reaper" They are a very intriguing machine to watch working and the operator has to be careful not to lean too much to his right, otherwise he get's a "bat around the ear". I have one up in the grave yard here and hopefully it is next in line for restoration after the Blizzard is finished.
Interesting you mention Stanhay who are a very well known implement manufacturer here in the south of England, I will attach photo's of a brochure I have of them selling the "Elwick Wheelless" cultivator and ridger which was available for fitting to many different makes of tractor including the M-H GP. Joe really needs one of these ridgers for his GP, now he has a M-H potato digger all he needs is a M-H potato planter and he can grow some potatoes and harvest them in true Massey Harris style through to raosting them in the oven.
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