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Re: Model CA wide front

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Steve in N.J.

09-22-2002 14:19:16

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Any antique tractor is worth restoring, especially if it's Orange! Go for it! Steve B.

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rick which orange one

09-22-2002 15:08:43

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 Re: Re: Model CA wide front in reply to Steve in N.J., 09-22-2002 14:19:16  
Yes Steve I see your passion; orange is fine, but is the CA the "finer of the fine" or should i look for another orange?

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Greg Ballantyne

09-23-2002 17:46:26

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 Re: Re: Re: Model CA wide front in reply to rick which orange one, 09-22-2002 15:08:43  
The "finer of the fine!" I happen to believe that an ideal tractor would be a model UC, or unstyled WC on steel. The next fellow will think something else. If you want the tractor for working, a newer model might be the "finest of the fine!" Sorry to go on, but that is funny!

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09-22-2002 19:21:04

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 Re: Re: Re: Model CA wide front in reply to rick which orange one, 09-22-2002 15:08:43  

I've got three wide front CA's. Make sure the wide front isn't bent up or welded as they were kind of light duty. I have one with a welded up front end and I don't think it would make much of a show tractor. Also there is a big difference in the power between the three. One is a real screamer, one is just loud, the other is quiet but gutless lol! Check the rear rims as they are expensive to replace if rusted out.

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Don Simula UP of Mi.

09-23-2002 18:44:43

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Model CA wide front in reply to Eldon, 09-22-2002 19:21:04  
CA wide front.
GOOD TRACTOR, Have a 52 Just the right size and power. Front end had to be reinforced. Its in the Paint shop now. Love it Don

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