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Molinegb

08-24-2013 11:31:40
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Are you sure it is a 1938 U? 1938 and early 1939 had air breather on rear of carb. The hood was also cut on rear to allow for aircleaner.




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Bigmotors

08-27-2013 19:44:40
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 Re: red nose U puller in reply to Molinegb, 08-24-2013 11:31:40  
All I know is I looked good in the Alan Jackson video driving it! SuperStar!



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molinegb

08-27-2013 20:14:57
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 Re: red nose U puller in reply to Bigmotors, 08-27-2013 19:44:40  
Your point?



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Bigmotors

08-28-2013 13:35:07
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 Re: red nose U puller in reply to molinegb, 08-27-2013 20:14:57  
My point is-who the hell cares about a old tractor that the guy is pulling with. I don't care if it's the 3rd one built or the 10,000 one built. If it has the right gauges or not. The guy showed a tractor he has no money in and is having a good time. The tractor was in a Alan Jackson high light real at the Iowa State Fair. He was not looking for info. or a history quiz. He was just proud of a old MM tractor.

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molinegb

08-28-2013 16:20:46
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 Re: red nose U puller in reply to Bigmotors, 08-28-2013 13:35:07  
Maybe you should go to the tractor pulling forum if you aren't interested in preserving history!



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M.Genrich

08-28-2013 16:35:37
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 Re: red nose U puller in reply to molinegb, 08-28-2013 16:20:46  
Easy now Molinegb, If we wouldent have out bid the scrappers on this old MM it would have been melted down and made in to a Toyota by now! We saved it and yes its a puller now, It gets to stretch its legs every week or three hooked to a sled all summer long. Some how that seems like a better fate than the cutting torch. I mean no disrespect to any collectors but I feel we did preserve it. Bigmotors made one hell of a pass on it at the state fair leaving all the other brands behind him and ended up on the big screen at the he haw concert later that night. I should have ask for his autograph before he became a celebrity!

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MJamison

08-30-2013 18:56:17
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 Re: red nose U puller in reply to M.Genrich, 08-28-2013 16:35:37  
Sounds like you may have a very interesting tractor and until someone can prove to you without a doubt of what you might really have, keep having that fun! I do admit, looking at the presale pics and seeing it firsthand at the Iowa State Fair, there are some interesting odd details about this tractor. I talked with you there about your tractor and my MTA and red nosed UTU #312516 but I'm mostly dissappointed I was leaving on your last run, didn't see the Alan Jackson take, but WAY TO GO! Had it been autographed, you wouldn't paint it either!

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