A DC is a pretty simple straight forward tractor. You didn't say if the engine is free or not. If stuck there are some things you should do before trying to free it. Post back more info about the tractor with some pics. and sn#. The guys here will be glad to answer any of your questions. PS we like things on a first name basis here. Loren
Re: DC first restoration tips in reply to Adirondack case guy, 01-25-2013 12:09:42
It should be an easy first restoration project for a 24yr old newbie. It it's free and we have had it running recently. We are having a spark issue right now, So s he hasn't fired in a few months. It seems to be fairly complete. Only missing fenders and headlights.
Thanks already for the feedback, Caleb P.s. I'll post pics and sn asap
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