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trying to find the location of a tractor

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kiimbodoll

04-01-2008 20:19:09




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I am trying to track down a tractor that would have been sold in the late seventies early eighties, and I am wondering if it can be traced by using the serial number or model number.If anyone has input please contact me.




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RON KNARR

04-03-2008 21:02:03




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 Re: trying to find the location of a tractor in reply to kiimbodoll, 04-01-2008 20:19:09  
Slim chance,can you find org. dealer???
some of these old tractors never travled far from home.



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tim[in]

04-03-2008 13:13:15




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 Re: trying to find the location of a tractor in reply to kiimbodoll, 04-01-2008 20:19:09  
yes trying to find a relatives tractor even with the original sale bill and serial number.So many tractor jockeys and restorers out there never bother with writing it down and so many scrappers and some tractors get stolen so lot of shady charactors out there . Hope you can find it. Some tractors get salvaged bhecause a guy gets hankering for the newestmodel and the old one becomes "junk" Of course I've seen a lot of these junkers in the fence rows restored to like new condition. good luck . hope you find it.

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kimbodoll11

04-03-2008 13:59:40




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 Re: trying to find the location of a tractor in reply to tim[in], 04-03-2008 13:13:15  
Thanks for the reply! I am so hoping I can find this tractor. after visiting the sites about the hold tractors it really got me curious to know all the places it has wound up since leaving here. where are you from? again thanks for the reply



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tim[in]

04-03-2008 18:36:31




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 Re: trying to find the location of a tractor in reply to kimbodoll11, 04-03-2008 13:59:40  
indianapolis,in Again, good luck and i hope you find it. I've thought about buying the same model in that tractor but just cant. Just like a dog i had for 19 -20 years that died a month after 9/11. Never could bring myself to replace him. Just doesnt seem right.



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Don L C

04-02-2008 17:07:35




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 Re: trying to find the location of a tractor in reply to kiimbodoll, 04-01-2008 20:19:09  
If the local dealer keep good records and still has them you might find out wko he sold it to new.......but I guess you know tht.....Dad or Grandpa....


Your best bet is to talk to his neibheris.... Maybe they were at the sale and knows where it went....could have been sold several times......



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kiimbodoll

04-02-2008 22:42:05




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 Re: trying to find the location of a tractor in reply to Don L C, 04-02-2008 17:07:35  
thanks for the input!!



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rich4

04-02-2008 16:43:04




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 Re: trying to find the location of a tractor in reply to kiimbodoll, 04-01-2008 20:19:09  
Very difficult to do, as tractors were never registered with the DMV, as cars were. You could try the manufacturers dealership for some info. If you have a model number and serial number, then backtrace the first person who owned it and the next and so forth.
Good luck, but may be futile. Sorry



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