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Brad's 1/64 collection


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Got a little of everything here! We'll start off from the right side...

4760 (circa 1991)

7800 2wd w duals

7800 FWA

7820 FWA row crop

8200 2WD

8300 FWA

8400 FWA


8420 row crop duals front and rear

8420 european edition

8870 4WD


2nd row:

JD cotton picker, (unsure of the model)

6910 forage harvester project

6910 forage harvester 

Cat challenger 55

4920 Sprayer

Non 1:64:

Allis chalmers roto baler

Farmall 300 NF

Farmall super M TA

Case 300


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2 minutes ago, mb86 said:

Lovely collection, have you any more info on the roto-baler? My grandfather had one and used it behind an E27N major. I nearly bought a real one this summer but I haven't the space to keep it inside. 

I dont know much about them seeing as im a John deere guy and I dont know much about Allis Chalmers equipment. I do know that the round bales they make are tiny, almost like a rounded off square bale. After a bit of research, the one i have is a 1:43 scale ertl and I bought it new sometime in the early to mid 90's. Ive seen a few for sale in both 1/43 and 1/16 on ebay and they fetch anywhere from $20-$95

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38 minutes ago, mb86 said:

Thanks for the info brad, very helpful. I know a little about the real one but I hadn't seen a model of one before. 

Here are some closeup shots with my farmall 300, both in 1:43 scale. Also forgot I have a Case pull type combine that I got as a freebie when I bought a JD thresher on Ebay. Wasnt intentional, but the JD thresher fits my waterloo boy quite well! My most Expensive piece is my Wilesco Traction Engine. Runs on live steam, and I plan on modding it within an inch of its life.








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