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More Pics from GOTO 2012

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bwillett

07-15-2012 14:27:39




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You must understand, I own a WC, so most pics are of WCs....

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Harry J. Case

07-16-2012 19:52:01




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 Re: More Pics from GOTO 2012 in reply to bwillett, 07-15-2012 14:27:39  
Great pictures, thanks for posting them. My '36 and '37 WCs are identical except the '37 has a hole in the hood for the temp. guage. Some time between '36 and '37 they changed the rear mounting for the gas tank, the '36 mounting slopes in about 7in. under the tank. On the '37 (most '37s) the the '38s the mounting goes straight up matching the front mounting. Thanks again for the pictures.



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mikeintn

07-16-2012 10:25:42




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 Re: More Pics from GOTO 2012 in reply to bwillett, 07-15-2012 14:27:39  
Thanks for the pictures they are great, can someone tell are the hoods different on some years of the unstyled of the WC, pictures 5,6 and 7 has the bottom front of the hood that comes out at a 90 against the raditor, and picture 8 and the last one has a curve there, or is that piece just missing on some of the tractors?



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bwillett

07-16-2012 15:47:34




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 Re: More Pics from GOTO 2012 in reply to mikeintn, 07-16-2012 10:25:42  
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This is my '36 WC. I bought her the way she is in the lower picture. I think they all got "farmerized" along the way. After all, 76 years is a long time. I think she came out of the factory with steel wheels, and at some point, the owner had them cut off and had rims for rubber tires welded on. The parts book has square spokes on the rear steel with round spokes on the front wheels , and round spokes on the rear rubber and disc wheels for rubber on the front.
Mine has an American Bosch magneto on it, and the book only shows Fairbanks-Morse. At some point, the small gas tank got removed and the line into the carburetor was soldered shut.
And as you can see, the curved piece of metal is attached still.

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Bill(Wis)

07-16-2012 12:33:54




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 Re: More Pics from GOTO 2012 in reply to mikeintn, 07-16-2012 10:25:42  
Our '36 WC (new from the factory) had the squared off 90 against the radiator. It also had spokes front and rear, painted black. Lettering was blue. My uncle's '37 WC (also purchased new) had the curve. His had disc wheels painted black and blue lettering. Both had different magnetos from those pictured in that the spark plug wires came out of the top of the magneto. In fact, the last WC pictured has coil and distributor ignition with the battery under the gas tank. That was an after market add on. As a matter of interest, AC didn't pay a whole lot of attention to "model year changes" in those days. I saw '37 WCs with disc wheels on one end and spokes on the other. They apparently used up stock in whatever way they wanted. They continued that policy for many years and would introduce things as they came available. Might be in the middle of the year.

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R Aiken

07-16-2012 06:11:09




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 Re: More Pics from GOTO 2012 in reply to bwillett, 07-15-2012 14:27:39  
I like WC's also, in your 4th picture that is my 39 WC with a pipe frame loader. I took 21 pices of AC tractors and equipment.



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don656

07-15-2012 19:03:37




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 Re: More Pics from GOTO 2012 in reply to bwillett, 07-15-2012 14:27:39  
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Here's a few pictures that I took at the GOTO. One is an articulated tractor made from two G's and the hood and gas tank from a B. I also think the tractor with the log splitter is pretty cool. Boy, that A is massive!

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BushogPapa

07-15-2012 19:39:29




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 Re: More Pics from GOTO 2012 in reply to don656, 07-15-2012 19:03:37  
One "G" was unique...(I took some pics of it)..

It had a "B" trans and final drives under it, 2-way Hydraulics and a late model injected automobile engine... VERY Nice conversion, too..

Ron..



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Will Herring

07-15-2012 17:29:45




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 Re: More Pics from GOTO 2012 in reply to bwillett, 07-15-2012 14:27:39  
Thanks for the pictures! I haven't been to a gathering of the orange event since back in 2002; I really need to make it out to one again!



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Kow Farmer

07-15-2012 15:45:29




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 Re: More Pics from GOTO 2012 in reply to bwillett, 07-15-2012 14:27:39  
Thanks for the awesome pictures. There is a GOTO here in Southern Minnesota on July 28-29 2012 in Hutchinson Minnesota at the fairgrounds in McCleod County. Always a great show and swap meet. Free admission. Looking forward to going. They also raffle a restored AC tractor every year or cash the same value of the tractor. Kow Farmer



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allis200

07-16-2012 19:00:30




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 Re: More Pics from GOTO 2012 in reply to Kow Farmer, 07-15-2012 15:45:29  
Kow Farmer, that is the Orange Spectacular in Hutchinson. They hosted the GOTO last year. The other GOTO this year is in Montevideo, Minnesota on August 17-19.



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mike plotner

07-15-2012 16:48:54




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 Re: More Pics from GOTO 2012 in reply to Kow Farmer, 07-15-2012 15:45:29  
Went htere this afternoon with my Dad and brother. Didnt find the parts I was looking for though. I got to see some really cool stuff though. My dad liked the cotton picker the best!



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