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Posted by Mike S on October 07, 2001 at 05:49:29 from (188.8.131.52):
Went to SA Fitts tractor yard in Cascade Va last Friday. What a difference a year makes. Last year there was a bunch of older Ford tractors, Ns, NAAs and hundred series tractors in various stages of being parted out. Now there are precious few. They said collectors had been cleaning them out. I did see one interesting item. It was a fibreglass hood for an N. It was damaged but looked to have been well made. They did not remember how long ago they had gotten it. Doglegs were broken off. They had no wheel weights either front or rear, no top hitch links, no decent fenders, no steering wheels and no hydraulic pumps of any sort. Wow.
Does anyone know of a tractor yard near Cleveland Tenn?
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