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Christmas Story

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12-23-2018 11:14:54

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Is that a H or a M that is pulling Santa in The movie Christmas Story?

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John M

12-25-2018 15:49:44

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 Re: Christmas Story in reply to henryv11, 12-23-2018 11:14:54  
It was pointed out on Facebook, that there was a W4 in there as well. Took me a few minutes of pausing and playing to find it, but there is indeed an W series in there as well.

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12-26-2018 06:56:51

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 Re: Christmas Story in reply to John M, 12-25-2018 15:49:44  
Thanks,I will look for it.

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12-24-2018 06:38:14

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 Re: Christmas Story in reply to henryv11, 12-23-2018 11:14:54  
Just out of curiosity, I wondered if anyone outside this forum had ever observed what kind of tractor it was, and NOPE...

The ONLY 100% hits are threads on this forum! After that the search goes completely off the rails. Seems we're the definitive source for tractor information on the "A Christmas Story" movie.

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12-24-2018 12:32:14

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 Re: Christmas Story in reply to BarnyardEngineering, 12-24-2018 06:38:14  
I have a book on the making of the move I will look and see if it mentions it. If so I will let you know.I didnt think about it before.

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John M

12-23-2018 15:21:29

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 Re: Christmas Story in reply to henryv11, 12-23-2018 11:14:54  

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old weldor

12-23-2018 12:16:04

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 Re: Christmas Story in reply to henryv11, 12-23-2018 11:14:54  
Looks like an H to me!

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12-24-2018 05:19:25

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 Re: Christmas Story in reply to old weldor, 12-23-2018 12:16:04  
Thank you both I wasn't sure, and have a Merry Christmas.

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