Quambatook Heritage Working Machinery Association harvest days

Association members Glen Winderlich, John Donnan and Ian Fisher with a 1935 McCormick WD 40 which used to belong to brothers Keith and Arthur Williamson from Quambatook it was donated to the club for restoration.

Chesty Coburn from Nyah's Coburns Earthmoving, brought their 1951 McCormick M Farmall grader. Coburns brought the grader, their first, in 1951 in Melbourne and it was driven along the highway to Nyah. It took two days.

Tiger Mannington from Stawell gives this British Bedford the once over on Saturday. The truck is for sale.

John Donnan with a Sunshine Massey-Harris chaff cutter.

Jeff Binder is secretary of the International Harvester club in Geelong, admiring the paintwork on this International Harvester AW 7 built in Geelong.

Riley Tuohey with a Case 1060 Auto header from the 1960s.

Dust, stubble and heat was par for the weekend.

Doug Carroll and Graeme Lehmann with a 1926 Sunshine autoheader.

John Donnan on the H V McKay Sunshine binder in a wheat field.

Ian Munro and John Donnan with the H V McKay Sunshine binder in a wheat field.

Maurie Power with the model of a 1900 H V McKay harvester that he built 50 years ago from a photo.

John Donnan working Sunshine Massey-Harris chaff cutter.

The Kirchhofers made a family day of it. Pictured with this H V McKay Sunshine binder are dad Sam, mum Mel with Ollie, Will and Jack (front, right).

Some of the vintage machinery on display. 

This vintage set-up caught the attention of a few visitors.

Some of the vintage headers.

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