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Rumley Combine?


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Old 07-07-2011, 12:50 PM
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If you go to Craigslist for Oklahoma City and search Rumley these come up from a post in May. I dont know the seller or if they are available but thought someone might be interested here are the pics.
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I hope someone saves it from the scrap man..... I would take it if it was closer to home.
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I do too. Does anyone know how old these are or how rare? I personally did not know that Rumley made a combine at all. I would like some backgound on it anyone knows it.
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There are two near me awaiting restoration. I found one near here about 35 years ago and they died about 15 years ago and there was an estate sale. I felt it was too big for me and a project I didn't need. It was to be junked, but I talked the auctioneer into taking bids. A collector got it for $40 and later it was jacked up. I have no more knowledge about it.
Rumely made prairie and side hill combines.
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A 1952 McCord tractor and ind'l gasket catalog lists, under Advance-Rumely:
Hillside #1 and Prairie #2, 1929-31, with Herc O and OX;
Hillside #3 and Prairie #3, 1929-31, with Wauk ZA...
A 1936 King Prod catalog lists:
1926-31: Hillside, Prairie, 16 cut; #1 Hillside, #2 Prairie, 12-16 cut; #1 Prairie 20 cut.
1928-33: Combine #3 Prairie, Hillside 10-12 cut.
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If you go to Craigslist for Oklahoma City and search Rumley these come up from a post in May. I dont know the seller or if they are available but thought someone might be interested here are the pics.
Anyone knows if this combine found a buyer? I'd like to find one myself some day.

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Thanks Marcel
Will do
We have found what we think is a 1926 A-R no. 1 sidehill combine, and trying to locate pictures to confirm.
Do you or any one know where the S/N would be located?
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