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The two M brothers

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GP Hansen

03-02-2013 11:41:28

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The tractor on the right gave it's all so it's brother on the left may live a few more years.

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The Red

03-02-2013 13:24:28

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 Re: The two M brothers in reply to GP Hansen, 03-02-2013 11:41:28  
Sure nothing wrong with the sacrifice. I parted a really rough 1942H 11 years ago. About 10 Hs were brought back to life. Still have some parts to sell. Air Force has been doing that for years with the Davis Monthan AFB boneyard.

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03-02-2013 12:39:58

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 Re: The two M brothers in reply to GP Hansen, 03-02-2013 11:41:28  
Looks to still be some parts remaining on sacrificial brother m. What part of the world you in? I might be interested in a few of your remaining parts if near SW OH.
This post was edited by rankrank1 at 12:40:31 03/02/13.

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03-03-2013 05:51:26

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 Re: The two M brothers in reply to rankrank1, 03-02-2013 12:39:58  
M parts aren't exactly scarce around here, I am in Brown County Ohio, down here on the river and see M parts around all of the time.

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GP Hansen

03-02-2013 12:46:29

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 Re: The two M brothers in reply to rankrank1, 03-02-2013 12:39:58  
Central Washington. A bit far.

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