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DC-4 parted out

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RegulaRog

10-23-2012 07:06:38




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Well guys, it looks like that nice DC-4 in Kansas got parted out. What a dang shame!




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Travis M

10-24-2012 19:56:36




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 Re: DC-4 parted out in reply to RegulaRog, 10-23-2012 07:06:38  
As of this morning it is still all there except for the wheels and rims. I'd like to have it but don't want to go all the way to Kansas to pick it up



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RegulaRog

10-25-2012 06:28:49




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 Re: DC-4 parted out in reply to Travis M, 10-24-2012 19:56:36  
Same here. I'm at least 12 hrs away. I'd have more in travel expenses than he wants for the tractor.



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John Saeli

10-23-2012 16:32:17




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 Re: DC-4 parted out in reply to RegulaRog, 10-23-2012 07:06:38  
Makes me sick. I had a guy ask me if CASE Mag's were of any worth. After I told him yes, he said he had scrapped "some". This same guy scrapped a running 930CK 8 speed, & a "cherry" (his words) Model "D". Drove them both to the scrap yard, for iron, not parts.



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Dutchman

10-24-2012 08:35:15




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 Re: DC-4 parted out in reply to John Saeli, 10-23-2012 16:32:17  
THAT's a down right SHAME ... I'm sure there would have been someone give him scrap price for running tractors ...

Guess it takes ALL KINDS .....

mark



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RegulaRog

10-24-2012 05:12:16




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 Re: DC-4 parted out in reply to John Saeli, 10-23-2012 16:32:17  
just pure stupidity.



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tomturkey

10-23-2012 12:57:14




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 Re: DC-4 parted out in reply to RegulaRog, 10-23-2012 07:06:38  
Well there will come that day, when they will part me out. Of course that is if I don't wear everything out first. lol gobble



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