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George Eddy
geoebdy@frontiernet.net
coulter, ia USA

Own restored massey harris challenger (green) and in the middle of 44 lp special, parts every where including pile of gears
-Wednesday, March 20, 2002 at 23:20:50 (EST)
Mike Ballash
mballash@wci.ab.ca
Sherwood Park, Alberta Canada
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This is a very nice website and I've got to spend a little more time searching through the posts. I've got a couple of restored 1940 MH Juniors as well as a restored Cockshutt 30, and an unrestored Case V and an Avery A (which I'm currently working on. My son has a MH333 that he uses for pushing snow. Up here there are very few rowcrops (narrow front) tractors of any make including Massey Harris. One of these days if I every get another MH tractor, I'm going to paint it yellow with red wheels just for fun.
-Tuesday, March 19, 2002 at 13:04:40 (EST)
Elwood fawcett
efawcet@inetsonic.com
Flesherton, Ont Canada
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I have a 33 M.H. with a Massey loader in excellent shape
-Monday, March 18, 2002 at 21:12:41 (EST)
Donald Marwitz
www.Priddy44@ aol.com
Manchaca , Tx. USA
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I've seen only two entrys from Texas. I'm, new to the collecting...would like to consider buying MH like we had at home. Looks like a 30-40-50's deisel with W/F, fenders and reg. seat. I doon't know the #'s,models, etc, yet!!!! Will keep looking for a reply from someone at least in the southern hemisphere. SPANKY


-Saturday, March 16, 2002 at 20:47:08 (EST)
Donald Marwitz
USA

-Saturday, March 16, 2002 at 20:40:16 (EST)
Dave Theisen
dktheisen@earthlink.net
St. Maries, Idaho USA
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I like and have mostly Farmalls, but I did restore a 101 Senior. There is something about Masseys that make my heart thump faster. Could it be love? There aren't enough Massey Harris' in Idaho I enjoyed my first visit....Thanx
-Saturday, March 16, 2002 at 20:37:37 (EST)
Rob Newbold
mharris@erie.net
Ashtabula, Oh USA
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I enjoy Massey Harris tractors. I have a 33 and a Pony.
-Thursday, March 14, 2002 at 23:13:25 (EST)
Jerry Gray
mgray@coin.org
Glasgow, Mo USA
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I enjoy all the old tractor sites, but most of all Massey Harris. I've had many over the years. Current model is a 444 diesel.
-Monday, March 11, 2002 at 17:16:44 (EST)
Jimbo Skaggs
www.jsskaggs@SCRTC.com
Magnolia, KY USA
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Hi there. I like your site very much. I have three Massey Harris'.A 333 and a 555 and most of all a 44 Special that I pull. People on the green tractors don't like it very well. Please visit our site www.geocities.com/ckappuller/ and check out some of our tractors.
-Tuesday, February 26, 2002 at 22:18:00 (EST)
Jimbo Skaggs
jsskaggs.@SCRTC.com
Magnolia, KY USA
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Hi there. I like your site very much. I have three Massey Harris'.A 333 and a 555 and most of all a 44 Special that I pull. People on the green tractors don't like it very well. Please visit our site www.geocities.com/ckappuller/ and check out some of our tractors.
-Tuesday, February 26, 2002 at 22:13:46 (EST)
Roberta Toby
KentuckyGirl@Disknet.com
Marengo, IN USA
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Great! Very informative site. Good job Kevin. Grandma steered me here. Pictures are nice also.
-Saturday, February 16, 2002 at 23:18:15 (EST)
Marj.Agnew-Edlen
edlen@gallatinriver.net
Galesburg, Il. USA
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Good job, Kev. G'ma sent me the site to look at. Aunt Marj.
-Wednesday, February 13, 2002 at 23:20:29 (EST)
David A Brockley
brockley@winco.net
Vermont, IL USA
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Not any old tractor is as sharp as a fresh painted Massey. My preference is red engines instead of black. Have 44D Special and others. Need a 44-6!!!
-Wednesday, February 06, 2002 at 20:05:41 (EST)
Mark Heberlie
mccormick@brick.net
Ste.Genevieve, Mo USA
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Would like to know about 101Jr. side panels.
-Saturday, February 02, 2002 at 18:45:54 (EST)
Thomas Galauner
tgalauner@yahoo.com
Janesville, WI. USA
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Looking for crankshaft for a phony. nice web site !!!
-Saturday, February 02, 2002 at 00:04:29 (EST)
Harold O. Wolf
hrwolf@ligtel.com
Kimmell, IN USA
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-Friday, January 18, 2002 at 18:22:59 (EST)
Larry Lindberg
lind@ckt.net
Savonburg, Ks. USA
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-Monday, January 07, 2002 at 20:01:30 (EST)
Mary E. Wilkerson
wilk@netnitco.net
Monon, IN USA
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Looking good, love those photos!
-Tuesday, January 01, 2002 at 18:19:08 (EST)
Massey Board WebMaster
mhweb@juniorscomputer.com
Monon, IN USA
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Juniors Computer
Howdy Folks:
I thought that I should sign my own guest book at some time.
I am the webmaster for The Massey Board.Com, I am also an avid
antique tractor collector. Massey's do hold a special place in my heart
and my barn. At last count I had 15 tractors of which 10 are Massey Harris.
I also have a Ford, and some John Deeres. As time allows I'll be adding
new features to the website, so everyone will want to come back often.

I do want to say THANK YOU to all those who have visted and participated
in the website, as that is what make this a wonderful site.

Have a Merry Christmas,
Kevin - The Massey Board.Com
-Friday, December 21, 2001 at 11:57:14 (EST)
Harold E Brownell Jr.
bcb1940@aol.com
Glenburn, ME USA
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This is the best and most useful Massey site that I've found.I've been on here for over an hour.Keep up the good work.I'll be back.Thanks,Harold Brownell
-Wednesday, December 05, 2001 at 21:44:00 (EST)
PaulaRae Metzler
jdwagaman@yahoo.com
Indianapolis, IN USA
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Wagamans' Antique Tractors
'Yes, we collect them lil' green and yellow bugs...' (lol) Yet, we are still very partical to the word 'tractor' and do accept other Misfits into our hearts.
Just moved back to Indiana. (Tractor Country) Been keeping my eyes open... Everyone told me I was buying my property for the Big garage... I could fit several in there nicely, I bet. I can't wait.
Nice website..... I will get a guestbook set up on my site soon too...
-Monday, November 26, 2001 at 21:59:21 (EST)
Troy Woroniuk
trworoniuk@home.com
Winnipeg, Mb Canada
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Good site, found everything I was looking for :)
-Monday, November 12, 2001 at 06:50:24 (EST)
DAMON BRADLEY
BRADLEY_DT@HOTMAIL.COM
Jimboomba, Qld Australia
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Just brought myself a Massey Harris 744D tractor. Needs a paint and some work on the brakes, but runs quite well. Has factory three point linkage. Hope to restore it slowly as well as make use of it.
-Monday, November 12, 2001 at 01:58:40 (EST)
Russ Krueger
Krueg@itexas.net
Rainbow, tx USA

Just checking the net saw your Massey board.I'm a massey fan here in tx feel a little like an orphan with my red & yellow not many masseys in this part of the country but that"s what makes it good if everybody liked the same brand the shows wouldn"t be much fun.I"m currently trying to restore a 333 having trouble finding a grill & hood.Pass the word to any of those snow birds we will be having our first completely indoor winter show Feb 15th & 16th 2002 in Glen Rose TX. Our winter show in 2003 will feature Massey Harris Have a great day Russ Krueger
-Saturday, November 10, 2001 at 14:41:14 (EST)
John Bush
jwbush53@hotmail.com
Columbus, IN USA
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How did I find you?? I wanted to put down "The webmaster made me do it" but that wasn't listed as an option...
I have visited the site several times, just never occurred to me to sign the guest book until tonight.
Looks like the site is getting a lot of traffic (More than the MCA site?!?) For those that don't already know me,
I have a small, but growing (much to my wife's dismay...) collection of Masseys. In fact, I just brought a brand
new one home today!! I have been working on collecting the various versions of the Model 44 (5 so far..), but I also
have a Pacemaker, Green and Red Challengers, and a couple of 55's.

It's a great hobby and the Massey people are great.

John
-Saturday, October 06, 2001 at 23:44:28 (EDT)
rick fougere
suellen@sprint.ca
halifax, m.s. canada
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interesting web page
thanks rick







-Monday, October 01, 2001 at 17:59:54 (EDT)
Willie Weldon j.r.
weldon@maplecity.com
Monmouth, IL USA
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My father and I have a Massey Harris 44 1948 year? . Own for 5 or 6 years, runs pretty good. She's still 6volt, but a 4cyl.Repainted her 2 year's ago ,She mowe's 2acr. of grass 3-4 times a year. We love our 44. Nice site you have here.
-Wednesday, September 12, 2001 at 22:53:11 (EDT)
Maryone
wilk@netnitco.net
Monon, IN USA
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My husband and grandson are Massey enthusiasts. They have a barn full of them in all stages of restoration. I bought my one and only, a 30, on the internet sight unseen.
-Wednesday, August 29, 2001 at 22:20:37 (EDT)
Judd Parker
carmi 63@netzero
New Lisbon, NJ USA
* A Search Engine *

Was looking for info about massey model 33. Just purchased a 33 and 44 , I want restore the 33 and bought the 44 for some of the parts that were robbed from the 33. Want to now if clutch parts are compatable
-Monday, August 20, 2001 at 22:08:32 (EDT)
Vaughn Werning
vaughn@newcoop.com
Fort Dodge, IA USA
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I was raised on Massey tractors. My dad had MH 30, MF 65, and MF 1105. Even though he retired from farming about 4 years ago, he has unloaded most of the equipment, but just can't part with the tractors. I hope he doesn't, as I would like to someday restore them all to "new" condition. Feel free to email me any pics of Massey equipment you have. I am sick of going to shows and seeing row after row of JD or IH tractors. They don't know what a good tractor is.
-Monday, August 13, 2001 at 14:27:21 (EDT)
Wayne
fw190air@telus.net
Burnaby, BC Canada
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2 55gas 1 55LPG 3 555 diesel 1 101 super twin power 1 44 special gas
-Sunday, August 05, 2001 at 23:33:20 (EDT)
Eric Forgrave
forgrave@netpluscom.com
Mt. Perry, Oh USA
* Blind Luck I Guess *

Great to see another Massey Harris site. I am a huge fan of MH I own a 44 ,81 and #6 sickle bar mower.
-Wednesday, August 01, 2001 at 22:54:47 (EDT)
jim michael
truckinbutch@aol.com
morgantown, wv USA
* Blind Luck I Guess *

ihave a mh 44-6 that's been in the community for the past 440 years plus.i need all the help i can get to restore it.the red seal continental engine has low hours on an out of frame rebuild. i need an exhaust manifold,a new marvel/schebler carb or a rebuild kit and a 38"wheel rim to start.any help will be apprecieated.jim michael
-Sunday, July 22, 2001 at 17:31:06 (EDT)
Mark Mckenney
markandnena@panex.con
Clinton, Me USA
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This is a very nice page you people have going. I cant wait to see what is in here next time. I have a massey harris (pacer), runs like a dream. (p/s) thanks fred w. mark
-Sunday, July 08, 2001 at 19:57:03 (EDT)
Marc Humes
Humes45@aol.com
Lebanon, Tn USA
* A Search Engine *

I have a Massey Harris Pony. I am in the process of restoring. Any parts out there?
-Wednesday, June 06, 2001 at 22:02:44 (EDT)
Nick
mh44ngm@yahoo.com
PA USA
* A Search Engine *

3 Mh-44GR's. 2 regular, 1 special
-Wednesday, June 06, 2001 at 01:58:54 (EDT)
Ken Vincent
circlekav@aol.com
Sulphur, LA USA
* Blind Luck I Guess *

I have six Ponys from 48 to 54, one has no hydraulics, the rest do have hydraulics. One is definitly a gray, another may be. I also have the following implements-cultivator, planter, sickle mower, disk plow, and bush and bog harrow. Some of the Ponys are being used as parts tractors.
-Friday, April 27, 2001 at 23:43:51 (EDT)
Bill Runyan
bill_joan_runyan
Kenesaw, NE USA
* Blind Luck I Guess *

I am a Massey Harris enthusiasts!! I have several Massey Harris tractors and machinery. I also have a Massey Harris 2 row self propelled corn picker. All of my tractors are in excellent condition. I also have a large collection of Massey Harris toy tractors and machinery. I think this Massey Board will be a great way to communicate with other Massey Harris collectors. Keep up the good work!!
-Sunday, April 15, 2001 at 15:11:19 (EDT)
Bill Runyan
USA

-Sunday, April 15, 2001 at 15:05:29 (EDT)
Dale Harrell
rustyiron@inteliport.com
Murfreesboro, NC USA
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I just ran across your site and really enjoyed it. I hope it grows by leaps and bounds. I currently have 29 Massey's, have used some for parts but they were duplicates. I only have 13 currently running, and some torn down that I'm trying to find parts for. They are as follows; 3-Ponys,3-Pacers,1-Colt(WF),1-Mustang(RC single),1-22(WF),3-22(RC),5-30(RC),1-33(RC)gas,1-33(RC)diesel,4-44(RC)diesel,1-44-6(RC),1-101SR. SUPER (RC),and 1-55 Riceland gas. I've also picked up a few implements; front end loader for a 30, manure spreader (2), semi-mounted sickle bar mower, horse drawn sickle bar mower, 2-blade disc plow, 6-blade tiller plow, front mounted saw for a 22, 2 full sets of culivators 1 for a 22 and 1 for a 30, Cushman throttle engine, and a pull type corn snapper. Hopefully one day I will have enough Massey stuff to have my museum. Just recently found 2 more 22's and I'm trying to get in touch with the owner to see if he will let them go. Also have some other brands; Farmall Cub, Farmall H, Ford 801 Powermaster, Ford LGT 100, David Bradley, and a couple of Cub Cadets. I just enjoy working with my MASSEY'S though. Good luck on the site,
Dale
-Saturday, April 14, 2001 at 20:05:51 (EDT)
Lon Rice
lonr@infocom.com
Richmond, IN USA
* A Search Engine *

Just looking through Fastrack and came across your page. I have a few Masseys: A Pony, 30, 44 [working on it], and a 55. Eventually I would like to get the 22 to complete the set. Lon
-Sunday, April 08, 2001 at 21:29:36 (EDT)
Doug Kraayenhof
farmboydk@msn.com
Steen, MN USA
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Nice to see a page just for Massey's. I got into collecting
Massey Harris by accident. Was looking at a Deere and came home with a "30". Now I own various Harris tractors and implements. Hope to keep checking for ideas and what's going on. Good luck with the site!
-Sunday, April 01, 2001 at 21:55:10 (EDT)
Clinton T. Chandler, Jr.
ctchandler@peoplepc.com
Edmond, Ok USA
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Enjoyed the visit to your site. I have just acquired my first tractor, a MF FE35, circa 1964, and I have plans to use it on my long (300 ft) drive and five acres for tree removal, gardening, and of course mowing/box blading.
-Sunday, April 01, 2001 at 15:07:47 (EDT)
Jim Muchmore
jlmuch@santel.net
Parkston, SD USA
* Yahoo *

Nice site. I have a 55 diesel that is about ready for paint, and a 44 diesel that runs, but needs restoring yet. I could still use a few things for the 55. Any parts out there?
-Saturday, March 31, 2001 at 21:39:38 (EST)
Alan Hubbard
aratdog@yahoo.com
USA

Nice page hope it catchs on. I have a 1949 pony.A real WORK in process.
-Saturday, March 31, 2001 at 17:37:12 (EST)
George Gordon
ggordon@bmts.com
Owen Sound, On Canada
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Good Luck with your new page. I have two 1946 Standard 81's,
a 1961 Coventry 35 Diesel Deluxe, and a 1969 300S Ski Whiz.
If anyone has Information on where Ski Whiz were built etc or Why
Massey got into or out of the Snowmobile Bussiness, I love to hear
hear from them.
-Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 07:22:01 (EST)
Ken tomkins
ktomkins@telusplanet.net
sherwood pk , alb canada
* A Search Engine *
cast of the past
your site looks great, i have a massey 44 special with a massey under arm loader jd br x motor case 27 jd d
-Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 02:42:23 (EST)
Ken tomkins
ktomkins@telusplanet.net
sherwood pk , alb canada
* A Search Engine *
cast of the past
your site looks great, i have a massey 44 special with a massey under arm loader jd br x motor case 27 jd d
-Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 02:41:18 (EST)
Fred Wolfe
wolfefb@mail.tds.net
South Wayne, WI USA
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I have 35 Massey Harris tractors, 2 JD'S , 1 Avery ,
cockshutt 30 , and 1 Wallis 20-30.Always looking for 1 more.
-Tuesday, March 27, 2001 at 00:04:12 (EST)
Craig Noble
noble1noble@hotmail.com
Bellville, Tx USA
* Blind Luck I Guess *

Thumbs up,I am a Massey Harris tractor nut.I have a 1948,1949 and 1952 Pony,a 1948,1951 #22,a 1942 81rc,a 1940 101jr,a 1953 #44,and have 6 #55s,ricelands and westerns.As for equipment, I have for the Pony a sickle mower,cultivators,moldboard plow,bedder-lister,and planter.Also have original pull-rod,tool box,hand crank and lights.I have a fully dressed #22, came with #6 sickle mower,cultivators,planters,plows and bedders. Craig Noble
-Friday, March 23, 2001 at 00:48:39 (EST)
Darrell Rutherford
mh446@socket.net
Sturgeon, Mo USA
* Link *

nice page
-Monday, March 19, 2001 at 23:14:58 (EST)
Mary E. Wilkerson
wilk@netnitco.net
Monon, IN USA
* Word of Mouth *

Looks like you have a good thing going here.
-Monday, March 12, 2001 at 11:04:41 (EST)

 


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