Im stating to think the production figures are off or something. I had a chance to buy a nice red nose row crop u puller twenty years ago that was in central Mo. that had a 310___ tag but as I recall it was stamped UT. I didn't have the money at that time. Ten years ago I found another in central Minn. with the 310___ number but it was in the hands of a small collector and he wouldent sell it. And I haven't seen them but I have herd from a reliable source that there are two in Ohio. I have been keeping a eye open for a row crop with a 1938 tag for several years and a car/hotrodder frend of mine found this one by chance on an auction and saved it from scrap. I think we will continue to pull with this tractor but will save all the original parts and wont disfigure it. Mabie somebody will be able to crack this nut in the future. Thanks to all for the help. Mike
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