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01-09-2013 19:37:04

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I had not started first grade yet, I was 5 or 6 yrs old when dad had me driving our 1942 or 1943 VAC. It was pretty new & a war time tractor. I was harrowing with it before planting corn.Was pulling a 22 ft. ,4 Kewanee section harrow.clint

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01-10-2013 10:56:54

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 Re: driving a V A C in reply to oleclint, 01-09-2013 19:37:04  
Thanks for your comments. My story landed in the wrong place, was supposed to be in the Case site. Oh well, I am not to good with puters! I agree with you, Frank, about todays youngesters. Most of them are a "mess". We bought a 1942 VAC last fall that is 99.9% like dads old one. I enjoy having it. Lots of memories when I drive it now. clint

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01-10-2013 10:35:53

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 Re: driving a V A C in reply to oleclint, 01-09-2013 19:37:04  
What a great child hood you must have had Clint. It may not have seemed so at the time but looking back I bet you wouldn't change a thing. May be if more kids were brought up in that type of environment now a days it would give them something else to think about instead of being in gangs and taking drugs.

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