Posted by clampdaddy on November 15, 2012 at 15:21:15 from (220.127.116.11):
Ok, I have a '46 McCormick Deering O-6. My great uncle is getting on in years and was having a hard time climbing up on his farmall M that he pulls, so I let him take the O-6 under the condition that he would make sure it gets back to me when he is gone. He made sure that everyone knows about our deal, pulled the hot motor from his M, put it in the O-6 and is having a ball with it.
Anyways, the other day he told me that he appreciated me letting him use the tractor and that he was going to have it all painted and decaled up so when I eventually get it back it will look like a brand new tractor. This is where I need some advice. The tractor has none of the original orchard metal so it looks more like an OS-6 than an O-6. How should I badge it with the new decals? Would you keep the O-6 designation as it has by serial number or would you badge it an OS-6 because that's what it looks like?
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