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Horse drawn plow

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Al (NC) formally Al (Ca) formally Al(NC)

02-12-2002 10:26:13

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I just was given a plow with the following information cast into it.

Middle Breaker
Vulcan Plow Co
Evansville, Ind.

There is a casting attached to the bottom edge with 110-2-4L cast into it.

It has a pair of the big wing looking thingies on the rear but the points in the front are missing.

About when would this have been made and what color's should it be painted. Any other info??? Thanx a bunch ;>)

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02-12-2002 13:02:48

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 Re: Horse drawn plow in reply to Al (NC) formally Al (Ca) formally Al(NC), 02-12-2002 10:26:13  
What do they call you informally? Welcome back. I guess you found out that NC is the only place to be?
Most old plows came with natural ash or oak handles, often with mfg name stencilled in black ink. The metal parts were often japanned or left natural with an oil coating. I'm not sure about where the Vulcan was made, but I've seen a bunch of them. As far as painting, paint it whatever color you want. You can probably find replacement points at farm or implment sales.

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02-12-2002 16:29:15

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 Re: Re: Horse drawn plow in reply to bg, 02-12-2002 13:02:48  
How about a show of hands from North Carolina?
How many of us are out there?
Names and hometowns please?

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oslo in NC

02-12-2002 17:24:45

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 Re: Re: Re: Horse drawn plow in reply to Ray, 02-12-2002 16:29:15  
I live in Denver, NC, 25 miles west of Charlotte.

Oslo in NC

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Bob Brown

10-27-2002 09:34:25

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Horse drawn plow in reply to oslo in NC, 02-12-2002 17:24:45  
I can help you with a point and color picture of your Vulcan plow.

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Justin 8N NC

02-12-2002 17:22:56

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 Re: Re: Re: Horse drawn plow in reply to Ray, 02-12-2002 16:29:15  
I'm on the south side of Charlotte in Monroe, NC. Moved here after deciding I couldn't stand it in SoCal.


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