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george Brooks

06-27-2008 15:34:17




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Hello, I am an ag. teacher in El Paso, Tx. My students and I have a WC tractor with a grader blade on it. We plan on using it tin the 4th of July parade. We need some information for a poster for it. Year, how many produced, how many horse power, and any other good information. The serial # is WC94480. ]
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old

06-27-2008 17:09:02




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 Re: WC tractor in reply to george Brooks, 06-27-2008 15:34:17  
Go to my web site and look at my W-speed patrol and let me know if it looks sort of like it. If it does I might be able to tell you just a tad bit more about what you have etc.



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Clay in MI

06-27-2008 17:05:25




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 Re: WC tractor in reply to george Brooks, 06-27-2008 15:34:17  
The serial number should make it a 1940 model. According to Norm Swinford's book 411 single front wheel WC Speed Maintainer graders were built from '38-'41. If it has an extended front end with two front wheels (like the one pictured in the link) then it is a W Speed Patrol. 678 of these were built at the LaPorte, IN factory from 1940 - '42 then another 3073 were built in Springfield after the war ('45-'50). Both were based on the WC so engine hp would be the same. Does it look like the one in the link?

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