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Why not use a tractor? .... circa 1919


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Cool movie !! Thanks for sharing. 1919 was the year my Dad was born.
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As long as it doesn't replace the horse. Cool video


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A very neat video of how things got done and did you notice the Cushman binder engine in one of the shots. Again very neat. Thanks for sharing. Ted
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