That was a real good buy. Collectable Dearborn tool like that would go 3-4 times that price around here. You wont do much good with a hair dryer though. Put a rosebud on the oxy acet torch to get them hot or take them apart as suggested. I know where there is an original top link for that disc. I gave it to my buddy a few years ago but he's never used it so I could probably get it back. Kind of see it in the first photo. They have an original manual for it on the other board that you can download as a PDF file. Thanks to Ed Gooding for the photo. I restored a Ford 201 a few years ago. I dropped all the gangs and scrapers off of it then brought the frame in to the sand blaster. Then primed and painted it. Came out real nice. I used it for a couple of hours yesterday. Plowed and disced the gardens for my cousins and then a deer plot on my land.
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