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06-07-2010 07:07:11

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My grandpa passed and I bought this tracter from my family I know it's prob not with much but it worth more than money to me and was wondring what it is I think I got the numbers righti pulled it out of the weeds and wrote thenumbers down Wc 12950 Thanks for any help Corey C

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Harry J. Case

06-09-2010 09:04:47

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 Re: What do I have here in reply to Aphosis, 06-07-2010 07:07:11  
Hey guys Just wondering if the'34 and '35 WCs have the casting date on the trans. and rear end like the '36 and '37. If they do it might clear up some of the confusion of having two lists. Harry

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06-07-2010 18:25:30

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 Re: What do I have here in reply to Aphosis, 06-07-2010 07:07:11  
You've got a 1935 WC 13869 was the last WC built in 35 and 3126 was the last WC built in 34. It is what is known as a "unstyled" WC, sometimes called a square tank, refering to the flat rear of the gas tank. It's a nice tractor, Have fun with it. Bob

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06-07-2010 07:32:31

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 Re: What do I have here in reply to Aphosis, 06-07-2010 07:07:11  
Terry Dean"s book, as well as Swinford"s and Wendel"s show yours to be a 1935. Early years numbers differ between them and this site. Either way, yours is an unstyled WC.

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bjb in Tx from Ne

06-07-2010 10:43:37

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 Re: What do I have here in reply to JMS/.MN, 06-07-2010 07:32:31  
Out of curiosity what year do the books and the website start agreeing for the WC?

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06-07-2010 21:32:09

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 Re: What do I have here in reply to bjb in Tx from Ne, 06-07-2010 10:43:37  
1938. Then, all subsequent years agree between all 4 sources.

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06-09-2010 09:07:35

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 Re: What do I have here in reply to JMS/.MN, 06-07-2010 21:32:09  
So it's a 38?

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06-09-2010 20:54:39

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 Re: What do I have here in reply to Aphosis, 06-09-2010 09:07:35  
No- your SN 12950 is a 1935- the 1938 issue is when the various serial number lists start to agree with one another. Don"t know why this site is different.

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