Thresher assembled out of spare parts that Pete Einspahr found around his farm and at junk piles. The thresher could be hitched to a tractor using a belt system that operated the thresher. The feeding belt of the thresher was made out of tire intertubes and would pull dirt into the thresher. THe dirt would then fall into a piece of tin inside the thresher. THe courser dirt was moved toward and out the straw blower ath the fack of the makine. Finer dirt moved toward a grain elevator on the left side of the thresher and out a spout. The grain elevetor is equiped with a belt and little cups to pull the fine dirt up into the spout. The outside of the thresher is painted ourange, the grain spout is silver, and the gears, wheels and hitch are green.