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Advice on 15/30 and 22/36

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Whiskers

08-25-2001 07:43:11




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I found this week, 2 tractors that I thought had long since been sold or scrapped. I operated 1 of these tractors in the early 50's, but do not know which one. The 15/30(?) SN TG68719, Is missing the carb, Mag, seat and Steering wheel. The 22/36 SN T(6 0r G)123864M is missing Rt FRT wheel and bearings from both sides, mag, seat. The 15/30 is missing all fuel tanks. Both are missing all hood and side panels. Both are on all steel and the wheels appear to be in good shape. Both have been out in the weather for years and engines are seized. All of this to ask this question. Should I buy these tractors or leave them to be scrapped at some point.They are within 5 miles of my home. Tractors maybe can be bought for 200 each. Thanks for any comments and/or suggestions.

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Bill Smith

08-25-2001 11:14:49




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 Re: Advice on 15/30 and 22/36 in reply to Whiskers, 08-25-2001 07:43:11  
It would be ashamed to see these go to scrap. It sounds to me like they have already been started parting out. You might check with owner and see if indeed the parts have went to another tractor or if they might possibly be stuck in a shed somewhere as a result of someone trying to get them running or something. If they are going to go to scrap they should really be extensively parted out first. Alot of good parts have went for scrap and melted down over the years. Alot of people get a tractor about half parted out and they show a little profit and sell the rest for scrap. I am sure there have been parts melted down that someone, somewhere, would of died for at some time.

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Jerry

08-25-2001 08:27:01




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 Re: Advice on 15/30 and 22/36 in reply to Whiskers, 08-25-2001 07:43:11  
Buy them and sell some parts I need engine parts and wheels. Also is there any PTO parts on them ?



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