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1933 WC

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Fred Wilke

02-14-1999 16:45:53

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Still looking for a 1933 WC W/flat head Waukesha engine. $500 finders fee paid for info that leads to a purchase. There is one in a hedge row somewhere. I have a JD 730D to trade for this tractor if that is of any interest. Also looking for anything old and unusual in AC tractors. Thanks for any help.

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tom bunnell

03-18-2000 12:56:14

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 Re: 1933 WC in reply to Fred Wilke, 02-14-1999 16:45:53  
to the man of many dreams,why dont you ask for 1955 double struck penny laying somewhere in a headgrow. sorry for sarcasim,but your tractor does not exist. I have a 1934 wc on steel,#409,cast iron pan. Runs great, what is the value. not for sale though. bought for my dad,i havent heard of a lower number yet.

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Tom Bunnell

04-01-2000 10:10:41

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 Re: Re: 1933 WC in reply to tom bunnell, 03-18-2000 12:56:14  
Would somebody in the know please tell me about my dads tractor. Is 1934wc with a cast iron pan. all steel wheels narow front tin is not perfect but runs and looks great #409 how many lesser #s exist. my dad had one on the farm when he was a kid. in north dakota amenia and argusville area he lives in maple valley washington now i TOOK THE TRACTOR to him last fall. it came from the steam threshers reunion in Rollog MN. dad will be showing in show atblaine wa. inLynden Washington.a

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