Posted by Jeff47o4 on February 03, 2013 at 20:57:02 from (18.104.22.168):
Does any one have their old buildsheet? This one is from my great grandpa's M. His name was Floyd D. Keller and he purchased the tractor new to move buildings which was way more common in the 40's and 50's. I have his big jacks, this build sheet, and the owners manual but no tractor. I would like to have it, but it was sold at an auction in the early 80's around Crawfordsville Indiana. Does anyone have their original paperwork? I am thinking about framing this one or donating it to an IH museum. I love Farmalls and hope you like the photo and the list of normal options from Chicago. This one was shipped by rail. It would have been neat to have seen that in color. Read letter series tractors on a train;)
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