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    48-inch mill leveler at the Homestead Steel Works. Homestead, PA. 1940-1960.

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    Homestead Steel Works. Homestead, PA. 1893-1895.

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    Farmall M tractor. Waterloo, NB. September, 1941.

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    I had farming relatives that said this model almost broke Farmall, as they were reliable and didn't break parts.

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    883 The old toy truck on the hood is a nice touch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    Farmall M tractor. Waterloo, NB. September, 1941.

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    We grew up with a Super M-TA (Torque Amplifier). It was a great tractor, and my favorite until Dad bought a new JD 3020. It did need a ring job at one point and I got to work with my Dad doing that in our little tractor shed. Actually got a lot of practice taking the head off, as we installed the head gaskets upside down on the first two times reassembling the engine!
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    The are still a few of them in use around here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hemmjo View Post
    The are still a few of them in use around here.
    Pretty popular with the vintage farming equipment crowd here in the UK too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon View Post
    Farmall M tractor. Waterloo, NB. September, 1941.
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    I give up; which place is Waterloo NB? With 55 so named 'Waterloo' places, thought "can narrow it down myself!".
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    ...we'll learn more by wandering than searching...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toolmaker51 View Post
    https://geotargit.com/called.php?qcity=waterloo
    I give up; which place is Waterloo NB? With 55 so named 'Waterloo' places, thought "can narrow it down myself!".
    I'm guessing Jon just keyed in NB for Nebraska vs NE.

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