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AC Nimrod Needs Advice

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02-11-2003 10:27:52

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In my search for new tractor projects I found an old fellow who shared the love of old tractors with us. He owns about 30 all makes and models. He's ready to start selling off. My interest is sparked in his AC's. He has three CA's two stuck but good tin and decent rubber. He also has a couple C's. I've redone Masseys and Farmalls but never AC's. He claims that they are very strong machines. What options are on the CA ~vs~ the C? Would these compare to a Farmall C or Super C. Sorry if this seem like stupid questions. I don't like to buy anything without knowing anything about it. Thanks Mike

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02-11-2003 18:30:15

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 Re: AC Nimrod Needs Advice in reply to Mike, 02-11-2003 10:27:52  
CAs are the best of the B, C, CA line. more power, 4 speeds, probably a clutch in the right rear axle that "breaks" the axle giving you live hydraulic power and PTO. Also power shift rear wheels. A ca is a fine tractor, get one and fix it up, you will love it. One of the best little tractors, big power too. It and the WD-45 are the best of the AC tractors and the best tractors going in my opinion.

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02-12-2003 17:39:13

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 Re: Re: AC Nimrod Needs Advice in reply to Tom, 02-11-2003 18:30:15  
Thanks Tom, I'm excited to go look at them. He has three in various conditions. The worst is a carcus with no tin. One is in nice shape and includes several implements. The other is stuck a little but in very nice shape other than that. Mike

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