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Joe Young

08-16-2009 04:29:55

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I am looking for the next restoration project and wonder if this group might help locating a candidate....

My desire is to stay in the Desert Sunset era and with something at least mildly unique. My focus up to this point has been in the 430-530-630 area, but would venture out a bit. I am somewhat constrained to the smaller tractors due to shop size.

A few that I've thought about are (in no particular order):

1. 430/530 LCK 2. 400 Super Diesel
3. 211B
4. 300 Round Nose
5. 770 (open station only)
6. 470 Diesel with ROPS

(Projects we have already completed are: 430 Gas, 570 Gas, 630 Diesel, 730 Diesel, 870 Diesel)

Would prefer no basket cases, but would consider nearly anything. Any thoughts or leads would be greatly appreciated. - Joe

jdyoung@att.net or 913-219-1859

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08-16-2009 09:49:05

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 Re: Looking for next project in reply to Joe Young, 08-16-2009 04:29:55  
To bad your not closer to southern WI. I got a 400 coming it that was a super diesel that was in the process of being swtiched to gas. The gas motor is in and all bolted together. Looks like it just needs the finishin touchs. The radiator needs to be put in and the sheetmetal needs put on. Throught the plug wholes it looks as the cylinders was honed. Not sure of the story as to what was done on the motor. Its a wide front with eaglhitch and good 15.5 on back

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