Re: Parts from a Farmall C to a Farmall A in reply to daynee, 03-20-2013 16:57:57
If the fire warped the tin If the fire burned off the tires If the firs burned the gasoline in the tank If the paint on the engine is burnt or bubbled If the oil in the pan burnt out The whole thing is prepared iron for the scrap yard. If there is red paint on components, and the oil is still good in the engine (or the coolant is still in it) it may have value. Jim
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