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Re: 1959 JetStar

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11-07-2012 08:23:54

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The only difference that I can find so far is the fact of step or no step between a Jet and JetII. And the color of course. Someone told me they thought the tie rod ends were heavier or different but, there was a Jet and JetII side by side at Albert City show, and I could see no difference. With no serial # and having been repainted I have a problem knowing what I have. Since you have Number 3 and you say it is Dyna Brown, the fellow that said some early ones were yellow, that story doesen't hold up either.

As far as the hood ornament I'm sure it was added. Loren Book has a Jet with a Chevy hood ornament, It came to him that way. He calls it a Jet Super.

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If anyone else has any more positive proof on this subject, please add your thoughts.
This post was edited by MMDEL at 08:28:27 11/07/12.

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11-08-2012 19:32:17

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 Re: 1959 JetStar in reply to MMDEL, 11-07-2012 08:23:54  
My '62 jetstar had no step either. (I added some after I got it) Remember a jetstar was a no-frills tractor.

The big difference between my jetstar and my '63 jet2 is the throttle. its a friction cone on the jetstar and a notched quadrant on the jet2.

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Alan K

11-07-2012 10:50:14

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 Re: 1959 JetStar in reply to MMDEL, 11-07-2012 08:23:54  
I dont have any positive proof, and not sure if the 206 motors were stamped like the later ones, but my 670 super has a date in the casting of the blocks when they were cast. Also if the carburetor hasnt been changed there is usually a date on the tag as well....but I bet you allready knew this. Now Im curious about yours....

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