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Wood Rumely Threshing Machine


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Old 09-19-2017, 04:47:14 PM
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Default Wood Rumely Threshing Machine

My father and I just pulled out a 1914 wood Rumely threshing machine out of my late grandfathers barn where it has been sitting for 30+ years. Is this a rare or desirable separator?

It is complete except for the weigher which we have some parts.

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The Rumely people in La Port Ind. would be interested in it ,as they now have a mausem in La Port, La Port is where those machines were made. I well find there number and come back soon. Roger Weinhold Acworth, Georgia AKA Charlie 1925
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rare probably, desirable definitely. I would keep it shedded.
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Default Re: Wood Rumely Threshing Machine

Anything of that vintage is desirable.We could also use some pictures of this threshing machine if possible.I would also surgest reaching out to the Rumely Products collectors (Rumely Club) aswell as the Rumely Allis Heritage Centre as they might have more info on your machine


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John Rhodes; The info you need was just posted by Casertractor in the above post. Thanks for posting about the Rumely threshing machine . Thanks Casertractor for the Info. Roger Weinhold AKA Charlie 1925
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