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Another photo of girllfriends, Dad's tractor

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06-15-2014 09:18:20

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I was not sure how to post multiple photos, and so I only tried to post two. Here is the front. Jack said it was purchased new in 40 and that it has always been on the farm. Before I left, I jacked it up and put blocks under the rear end. The rear rims do have holes rusted thru them. The radiator has a thermostat sitting over the opening. And it was such a fast tractor, that Jack put a motorcycle tire on the front. He also told me that the front spindles are so loose that you can put an eight nail in them Steve

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06-15-2014 13:18:49

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 Re: Another photo of girllfriends, Dad's tractor in reply to SDE, 06-15-2014 09:18:20  
Try and find the grill, unless he sold it or stolen. It looks like its a clean one owner . Very desirable I would be glad to take it off your hands, that tin looks excellent. Please post more photos when you get it out of its overgrowth cocoon.Make sure the mud daubers dont have a hidden nest and attack ya.Mice have been known to make their nest about anywhere in the engine.

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06-15-2014 09:47:57

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 Re: Another photo of girllfriends, Dad's tractor in reply to SDE, 06-15-2014 09:18:20  

When you need help with that restoration, just post. I've 'restored' three 39s and one early 40. Lots of good information on this board. You will find a lot of differences in the early 9Ns. That is what makes them fun.

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06-15-2014 09:29:44

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 Re: Another photo of girllfriends, Dad's tractor in reply to SDE, 06-15-2014 09:18:20  
My plan is to restore the tractor. The shifter is sloppy loose also. I work for a living and I just can not tear the heart and soul out of tractors to make a quick buck. I sold a 400 to someone who was putting the engine into their SMTA and then going to part out the rest. But that is just not me.

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