Posted by notjustair on November 02, 2012 at 17:19:05 from (220.127.116.11):
On my way into town the other day I stopping at the sale lot. It is one of those where you can smell the frech paint on every piece of machinery or implement, and it is never enough paint to cover the glaring issues. You just never know what kind of deals you will find, though.
Stopped to look at a Farmall H he had and looked at this 9N/2N. It wasn"t a total disaster until I saw the engine. What do you suppose is behind that tin? I tapped on it and it is solid - like there is cement or something filling the inch or two space between it and where the block really is. I would LOVE to see under that. I"m sure it is probably cracked from a frozen block, but I wouldn"t be surprised to see a piston under there...
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