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Early 1940s Turner Specialized Equipment

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UPDATE: Thanks to Mark we have some background information on the Turner Manufacturing Company: https://www.statesville.com/opinion/o-c-stonestreet-a-closer-look-at-mr-c-h-turner-and-turner-manufacturing-company/article_d376cc29-de76-591c-bcad-62e719909ca6.html.

I’ve also added to the post with some wood working equipment that was also offered by the Turner Manufacturing Company of Statesville, North Carolina.

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The Turner company offered a variety of other wood options as well according to the Special Equipment brochure index:

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As the original post indicated, Turner produced hay balers as well.

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This turner hay baler has some similar elements, but isn’t example the same:

 

3 Comments on “Early 1940s Turner Specialized Equipment

  1. Allan J. Knepper

    Dave…….thanks for another neat farm Willys piece of equipment. I have never seen one like this at any of the farm auctions that have the really older stuff. Suspect they went into the scrap pile in the shelter belt of trees…….to be sold by the pound.
    I will keep my eyes open.

  2. David Eilers Post author

    Allan,

    It’s an subject I know nothing about. I can’t imagine they sold all that many, at least to jeep folks.

    – Dave

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