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Michel Martin is one of the founders of our community. In former years, he worked at a dealer as a salesman and sold John Deere tractors and machines made in Mannheim. And so he became a collector of german JD tractors and equipment - okay, of american tractors, too. Now he's over 70 year old and so he liked to show his collection in a small field day in his home village. I hope, you enjoy the pics...
All began with harvesting for the threashing machine. After this, Michel was some days ill, because the reaper binder was an IHC:lolol:


Saturday we had very rainy weather here in Hesse. I took the Gator to make some pics, but after 10 miles I turned back home (as a soggy bottom boy). But Sunday weather was more sunny and so Doris & moi started our trip to the Schwalm, the land of little red riding-hood. And this is what we saw.

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JD great pictures, glad you are back.....:bigthumb:
 

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love the pictures thanks
 

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Thank you for sharing these great pics of that beautiful equipment! :good2:
 

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Thanks for posting ,great pictures.
 
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Enjoy this threshing set (Dreschsatz) a LANZ 7506 Bulldog, one of the first delivered after WW2, and a LANZ threshing machine from 1932.

 

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Thank you Wolfgang for these wonderful videos.:thumbup1gif:
 
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And the last video shows you, how to start a LANZ Bulldog. Here in Germany we have a song called: Läuft denn der alte LANZ Bulldog noch? (Is the old LANZ Bulldog still running? --- YES! He's running)

 

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Ich genieße olded Dinge zu sehen . Danke für die Fotos und Videos :good2:
 

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1. Excellent videos, Wolfgang. Thanks for letting us see them.

2. I have never seen a bale chute like that.

3. Seeing the way that 214 rocks a 3020 while baling should answer the questions of running a baler with a 1XXX oe 2XXX series or even a 3XXX for that matter.
 

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Wolfgang, Thank you for taking the time to post the pictures and video. Very interesting and enjoyable.
 

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1. Excellent videos, Wolfgang. Thanks for letting us see them.

2. I have never seen a bale chute like that.

3. Seeing the way that 214 rocks a 3020 while baling should answer the questions of running a baler with a 1XXX oe 2XXX series or even a 3XXX for that matter.
1. Thank you; Don, and also thanks to all the other guys

2. The balers for the region 2 are build in Arc-les-Gray, France today. I think, but I'm not sure, the 214 B was build in Zweibrücken, Germany that time. Today they're building all kind of harvesters for the region 2 and worldwide there.
In the past, the field areas in Germany were smaller than today and so the tractor was towing the baler and the harvest wagon (Gitterwagen) the same time. To put the bales into the wagon you need a high chute.


3. It's the length of the chute, that rocks the tractor in stationary use.
 
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