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First I-9 Found!! And it's a Diesel

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12-25-2017 11:30:15

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My uncle found this old girl while searching for parts for his 4 motor antique pulling tractor, "The Bossie Project.

The serial plate reads: IDCB501.

For more info, check out his Facebook page "The Bossie Project"

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12-26-2017 09:20:46

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 Re: First I-9 Found!! And it's a Diesel in reply to Josh4520, 12-25-2017 11:30:15  
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Good call on that one Rustred! I hadn't noticed it was #1 until you brought it up. I glossed right over all that stuff.

There is an I-9 at Jaeckels in Fort Atkinson, WI. May be enough between the two of them to build a tractor.

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jim warehime

12-26-2017 14:18:53

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 Re: First I-9 Found!! And it's a Diesel in reply to sflem849, 12-26-2017 09:20:46  
There are 3 or 4 id9s in Tennessee but the guy won't come off of them has a couple i6 and id6 as well.

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12-25-2017 12:11:20

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 Re: First I-9 Found!! And it's a Diesel in reply to Josh4520, 12-25-2017 11:30:15  
the fuel tank support with that serial number maybe worth more than the tractor. noticing it has rubber tires and hyd. lines appears odd to me for it being #1 in 1940. i had an I9 and it was on steel wheels.

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John M

12-26-2017 14:39:44

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 Re: First I-9 Found!! And it's a Diesel in reply to rustred, 12-25-2017 12:11:20  
Hydraulics could and were most likely added. Nothing unusual about it not being on steel.

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