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(2/21/2013 3:42:48 AM)
RE:Massey Harris Implements.
Many thanks for the Dickie wrench (spanner) information Alan, now I can associate those with my Dickie hay turning machines.
With regard to the thre point linkage mounted hay turner pictured above, somewhere i have it in my M-H literature but just not found it at the moment. I am sure it was the last hay turner in the M-H / Dickie association.
Over the years I have only heard of two in preservation, that's why I wondered if any viewers here would know of more, you never know what is hiding in the back of those old sheds around the world!!!
Yes I have seen that light blue colour on the early horse drawn Dickie equipment with channel iron frame.
I have a very nice foot step with DICKIE cast in the centre circle amongst my cast iron collection, but not sure which piece of equipment it is off.
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