Massey was everywhere here. Dealers too. Had one in our town and life was simple then. We had Massey snowmobiles 440 WT, 300 ST, tractors 1500 4wd, pull type swathers, #63 press drill. combines over the yrs were a 27 with electric header lift, 90 sp, 750, 760 V8 hydro. First combine I got to drive was an open air 90 special. Dad wouldn't let me on the 27 because I might lift the header up and down too much killing the battery lol. After the 90 we got a Gleaner C2 and then a F2. These were one simple combine and gas powered as well. I hand pumped gas into these things every morning and got arms bigger than these pretty townboy weightlifters in my era lol. The gleaners parts were 80 miles away and the 750 was everywhere and a bigger machine so we went back to Massey. Seemed everyone had a Massey back then. Very rare to see a Deere anywhere really or a new holland. We bought our used 760 hydro and chewed with it for some yrs until I picked up a used N6. The 6 would combine circles around the 760 it seemed and the cab was light yrs ahead as well as the cylinder and seperating technology. It would be interesting know how many bu of crop were taken off by these old Masseys. Any old footage of custom combining seems to have a fleet of Masseys. There were so many in salvage yards that you could keep one running forever it seemed.