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Re: 1927 Fordson

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moll

02-02-2018 14:05:03




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Just got my F running again last year for the show. It had an add-on magneto when I got it and it wasn't stuck. They can be a bit of an aggravation, but I really like em. These tractors did as much as any brand to move the
farmer from horses to tractors, they may be crude and simple to some but the history is undeniable.
There are MANY parts sources on the internet, don't feel alone in your efforts. As I suspect your handle implies
you are a muscle car guy also. You know you can get more money in a restoration on a car than you will get out of it,
but that doesn't stop a true lover of old iron. Its the parts hunt, the mechanics, the breathing life back into silent
iron that motivates some of us.

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02-02-2018 18:38:47




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 Re: 1927 Fordson in reply to moll, 02-02-2018 14:05:03  
Thanks. Yeah I have a Chevelle. I have many other project tractors. My neighbors grandfather learned to drive one when he was a kid. It was there first tractor after horses. He used to say that he had hearing troubles from running it and listening to the noisy gears. It will be used at threshing shows and around the farm here and there.



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