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Hey everyone......I took some pictures of some of my collection.....so here they are......Its gonna take me days to dig out everything to take pictures  ::)  :P

Ok, 2 AC's (right in boxes) Oliver (left in box), all 3 in 1/16 scale and made by Scale Models and a 1/16 scale Graham Bradley by DCP along with a SpecCast 1/64 scale Kinze 1050 grain cart and a Case Magnum 325 (I think) with a JD DB44x24 planter.


All MF's, there is more than this....."laugh out loud" :), back row, 1/25 scale 9790 combine by Scale Models, 135 (bottom in box) 1/16 by Scale Models, Massey Harris Colt by SpecCast in 1/16 scale (in box) Middle row, 5400 series, 8280, older 5400 series, and MF 1100, all 1/16 scale by Scale Models. First row, MF 35. 1/16 scale by Scale Models, and MF 1150, MF 8270, MF 8280 collectors ed. and MF 1100...all 1/64 scale and made by Ertl exept for the 1100, it is made by Scale Models.



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More......Farmall and Intl. shelf.........

back Row.....Ertl 1/64 Case Puma 190, 2 Farmall Super M's in boxes. The bottom one is a prescision with frame mounted planter. Then a out of the box Super M. All are 1/16 scale by Ertl. Then there is some of my 1/64 scale Case items there too......


My 2 Krone 1/32 scale items by UH......I love Krone! Will be getting more UH and Krone  ;D


Some of my trucks in 1/64 scale.......all by DCP exept for the last one. Left to Right. JJ Conforti w. drop deck, Peterbilt 379 triaxle, Koppes Transtar II cattle pot, Old Dominion White Freightliner COE with 40' dry van, custom Peterbilt 362 COE with drop deck/and boom, and a PEM (Precision Engineered Models) Western Star 4900FA logging truck.



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