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A couple new additions to the fleet...

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zach in neb

08-16-2010 18:14:42

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Well me and my dad added two more cases to our collection, these bring us to 13 cases. We had looked at these tractors about 5 years ago and finally got them bought. They are a 1940 dc4 and a 1950 sc. Both were loose when we got them and dad actually got the sc running the next day with a little tinkering while i was gone. The DC is missing a few parts that will probably be a little difficult to find like the stainless steel strips for the hood and the deep early clam fenders. How do the starters get engaged on the early dcs? From the pics i've seen it looks like theres actually a cable to engage them is that right? Here are some pictures.

those are wc wheels on the back of the dc i believe

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Adirondac case guy

08-18-2010 21:01:45

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 Re: A couple new additions to the fleet... in reply to zach in neb, 08-16-2010 18:14:42  
I bet I know what you will be doing this winter. They look like real project tractors.

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C. Amick

08-18-2010 18:37:56

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 Re: A couple new additions to the fleet... in reply to zach in neb, 08-16-2010 18:14:42  
Pretty cool. Thanks for sharing photos.

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