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Re: How many models were yellow?

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09-04-2012 19:36:56

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So the serial number tells me it's a 1959 TO35 Deluxe (2 stage clutch), standard/utility chassis with gas engine.
My father in law says it looks to be in very good shape, good tires, all operational (3pt and loader hydraulics), no major leaks and pretty clean. The only thing is that it apparently doesn't run too well but the owner doesn't seem to know a whole lot about it. He tells me he tinkered with the distributor and it ran much better for a short amount of time. I don't think it's going to need much.
I will remove the loader and use it on my 202 as the one I have is pretty beat up. Then I will use it just for 3pt work. Better that way as it does not have power steering.
I'm going to take the drive and look at it tomorrow evening. Not going to reveal the price or location just in case.......... :lol:

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09-05-2012 16:33:37

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 Re: How many models were yellow? in reply to Inno, 09-04-2012 19:36:56  
Post back with what you find. Curious to know if there is another color under the yellow. I am partial to yellow myself 203 and a MF31

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