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Not rare,but who cares

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Keith-OR

02-13-2008 20:17:10




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I restored this C from front to rear, as the old saying goes No bolt left unturned "FULL RESTORE". Not a paint restore. I even built the 3pt hitch setup on it. Also built the battery box. I did switch it over to 12v as I feel it is a lot better system. It now resides on a local tractor dealer's show room floor. Fitting place for it after all the years of neglect..

Keith & Shawn(Special Olympic Champion)

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02-13-2008 20:39:53




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 Re: Not rare,but who cares in reply to Keith-OR, 02-13-2008 20:17:10  
Keith, oh no you have hit the restore/fix up issue. My self to restore one means you take every bolt out and restore all bearing etc. etc. to what it was new or better. So to me if some one says restore they better have a lot of paper work and a lot on money on paper to show they have done what they have said. A simple paint job is not a true restore in any way



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02-13-2008 21:51:07




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 Re: Not rare,but who cares in reply to old, 02-13-2008 20:39:53  
Yepper Rich, as good or better than new. Way too much work and money..:>)

That is one sweet little Allis C, wish I had kept it..but was offered way more than I thought it was worth....

Keith



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