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looking for collectors in Texas area for calendar

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04-06-2008 11:48:03




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Hello there:
I am the research assistant for Lee Klancher, a writer/photographer from MN who is currently working on the 2010 Vintage American Farm Tractors and Farmall Tractors calendars. The calendars are the best-selling farm tractor calendars in circulation.

Lee photographed the 2005, 2008, and 2009 editions of the Farmall calendar, and has published a number of Farmall books. They are 11x17-inch calendars, and you can see examples on Amazon.com.

I came across your Web site and believe your organization would be a good resource for my research assignment. I am looking for some deserving collections and tractors to feature, and am hoping that you can help me locate collectors of beautifully restored John Deere"s from the 1930s to 1970s with interesting features or accessories that have not been featured in other books or calendars.

Could you help me locate collectors within a six-hour radius of Austin, Texas that would have interest in showcasing their prized possessions? Lee is now in Texas, and will be shooting up until the end of the month (April 30th).

Thank you for your time. I look forward to your response.

Regards,

Kathy Pilney, Research Assistant
kpilney@mac.com

Lee Klancher
612.221.1229 (cell)
2368 Hadley Ave N
St. Paul, MN 55128
lklancher@comcast.net
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JMS/.MN

04-07-2008 12:01:14




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 Re: looking for collectors in Texas area for calendar in reply to Research Assistant, 04-06-2008 11:48:03  
Hmmmmm ..... ..... .interesting that a guy in Minnesota would want to go to Texas in the wintertime to take pictures of tractors.....sort of like the TV preachers that are based in southern states, having their northern rallies in the summer. Does sound like a fun job, though.



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RalphWD45

04-06-2008 20:45:46




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 Re: looking for collectors in Texas area for calendar in reply to Research Assistant, 04-06-2008 11:48:03  
Right on" Texas Denny, I sure would like to have one of those callendars, if it either was all Allis, or a good mix of 40's and 50's tractors. Maybe the girl is not totally misdirected,we probably just don't blow Ac's horn enough.



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Texas Denny

04-06-2008 18:36:13




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 Re: looking for collectors in Texas area for calendar in reply to Research Assistant, 04-06-2008 11:48:03  
Kathy, you've almost come to the right place. This site has areas for each make. Your post is in the Allis Chalmers board. Some of us do have John Deere tractors (I have two) but the best specimens will most likely come those frequenting the John Deere board. Now if you are looking for good looking Allis tractors, this is the place.



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