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Morris Hersberger auction

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Chances R

11-01-2007 09:53:37




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Is any one going? I would like for someone to take a few pictures of one of his tractors for me. And if someone can tell me what it brings that would very nice also. The tractor I would like to see and know about is the CASE CI narrow tread with snow plow. Also called in his auction a New York side walk tractor. Thank you Charlie English Jr CharlieEnglishJr @aol.com

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Watsonsgotit

11-01-2007 13:28:10




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 Re: Morris Hersberger auction in reply to Chances R, 11-01-2007 09:53:37  
I will be attending and will try to get you that picture. That would look great with that gold d. You shure you wouldn't want to leave a bid on it?



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Chances R

11-01-2007 13:59:26




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 Re: Morris Hersberger auction in reply to Watsonsgotit, 11-01-2007 13:28:10  
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That would be great. Actually I want to compare it to the CINT that I have. I wont be going cause I am spending all my money and time on a barn prodject and if you have bought concrete lately you would know why I am broke. :) I would be interested in knowing if it is a foot clutch or hand clutch.
Thank you for offering to help me with this.

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