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Saved another from the junk man

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J. R. McVay, Sr.

02-01-2011 16:47:38




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This old girl still runs but in need of a lot of help.




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Derrol Wells

02-03-2011 00:00:42




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 Re: Saved another from the junk man in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 02-01-2011 16:47:38  
J.R., That tractor has a lot of appeal. I really like those rear wheels and tires. There is something really special about the design of the entire tractor. I want to see it when you finish with it. What a great find, you did good.---Derrol



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Nick@KY

02-02-2011 22:44:11




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 Re: Saved another from the junk man in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 02-01-2011 16:47:38  
I bet you'll have it outpulling them other color tractors in no time!!! It looks better than the ones I have saved from china. Nick



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J.WJansen

02-02-2011 08:04:10




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 Re: Saved another from the junk man in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 02-01-2011 16:47:38  
Wonder what sound that DC4 produces , very open muffler and no air filter,?????? Is it used for pulling?



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Tommy Railsback

02-02-2011 04:07:57




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 Re: Saved another from the junk man in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 02-01-2011 16:47:38  
I see it has front wheels off a CC so I suspect it may have originally been a DC3 but that's just a guess.



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Don Rudolph

02-01-2011 20:44:52




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 Re: Saved another from the junk man in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 02-01-2011 16:47:38  
Jim,
Good for you for saving that DC4! What a great tractor those are. Don



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j heitkemper

02-01-2011 18:49:11




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 Re: Saved another from the junk man in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 02-01-2011 16:47:38  
Glad you caught him/ her .( search archives for unisex ). LOL... I got one just like that ol Codger.. We call it Capt. Stubby .. Sure Wisht I had decent tires Cause Ol Capt stubby is bareft .



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C. Amick

02-01-2011 17:48:35




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 Re: Saved another from the junk man in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 02-01-2011 16:47:38  
That's some nice looking junk. :) If those tires are in as good a shape as they look, they are worth more than the steel.



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beagle

02-01-2011 17:19:01




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 Re: Saved another from the junk man in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 02-01-2011 16:47:38  
with steel prices up we all better be on the lookout. Nice find.



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