Old IH Iron pics

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dag1450
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Old IH Iron pics

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My wife made us go to a local renaissance fair today. This was the best part. Sitting off to the side of one of the buildings not in the festivities. I'm thinking this was severely under powered in the main boom. Only has one cylinder and it didn't look too big at that. The company that owns it has some older stuff that looks good. Maybe this will get fixed up. If anyone has or sees others I would enjoy seeing.
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Looks like an IH YUMBO excavator.
More can be read about them here: https://www.nationalihcollectors.com/PD ... avator.pdf
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Thanks Colin! Good info.
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Here's an IHC 4 hp Famous hit and miss engine
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaj_WXH23VE

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Very neat Jeff. Today we turn the key and it's on....and I think we all enjoy when it's on. But back then...things were ALIVE! Probably had to do ten things in sequence to get them going. The water cooler looks fun to watch....lol
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Could not ask for a nicer day
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Three generations of Cubber's
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Too bad I botched the shot of the goat eating my French fries. At the table. :lol:

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That looks like a great show Ken! More of the water cooler. I wonder was that more for stationary power plant type engines? Not sure how they would have done a moving machine like that...lol.
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