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I have a late Allcrop 60A that I am wanting to restore someday and have been gathering parts and accessories as I go along. The other day I got a straw elevator. I have a parts catalog that shows it but to save my life I don't think I have ever seen another or even an old photos showing one. Does anyone happen to have a picture of one in operation? Its sound as far as the iron, not bent up or anything and the wood is real good, however, the sheetmetal pretty much shook apart and it going to take some straightening on some parts and replacement on others. Any info any of you have would be appreciated. PS" I also have the straw spreader and bundle header attachments and other than the high topper and wind rower, is there any other goodies out there? Thanks
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I have a scour clean sitting in my shed for one.
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I had one with a 2-row cornhead.
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I've never seen a Corn picker version or the straw elevator. My uncle has the pickup and a scour clean. But those probably aren't rare. Please post pics when you get that hooked up. Also if someone has a picker version please post a picture.
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You know, I see lots of scour screen pics online but of the dozens of these things I have seen in real life, I have never seen one. I do have a little windrow pickup for mine also, its the radial kind but they also made a draper version. I don't have one but I have seen several with finger pickup reals like the later Gleaners used. Really, these combines were never big enough for my country but for downed milo they were used here along with specialty crops.
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Ours is the finger type I think. I just looked at it today I should have taken some pictures.
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If you look again some time I would sure appreciate it, I am about to get busy farming so no hurry, thanks
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