Rumely Do-All and 6A

 

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Rumely Do-All (standard) photographed in a private collection in the UK in 2013.



Rumely Do-All (convertible) at the Heidrick Ag History Center, Woodland, California, USA in 2005.



Rumely Do-All (convertible) at the Little Casterton Working Weekend, Lincolnshire, England in 2008.



Rumely Do-All (convertible) at Pioneer Village, Minden, Nebraska, USA in 2011. The detachable front axle, which converts the machine into a standard four-wheeled tractor, can be seen underneath the chassis.



Rumely Do-All (convertible) at Western Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion, Rollag, Minnesota, USA in 2011.



Rumely Do-All (convertible) at Bonanzaville, Fargo, North Dakota, USA in 2011.



Rumely Do-All (convertible) photographed in a private collection in the UK in 2013.



Rumely Do-All (rowcrop) at the Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer, Grand Island, Nebraska, USA in 2011.



Rumely Do-All (rowcrop) photographed in a private collection in the UK in 2013.



Rumely 6A (serial no. 715, built 1931) at the Midwest Old Threshers Reunion, Mt Pleasant, Iowa, USA in 2011.



Rumely 6A (serial no. 878, built 1931) at Bonanzaville, Fargo, North Dakota, USA in 2011.



Rumely 6A (serial no. 957, built 1931) photographed in a private collection in the UK in 2013.



Rumely 6A (serial no. 1300, built 1931) at the Little Casterton Working Weekend, Lincolnshire (UK) in 2012.



Rumely 6A at the Pioneer Power Show, Le Sueur, Minnesota, USA in 2011.

 


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