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Re: Why would a serial number plate be missing from a tractor?

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04-06-1999 13:22:13

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During WW2 there were some removed and sold on black market.

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04-06-1999 14:32:27

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 Re: Re: Why would a serial number plate be missing from a tractor? in reply to Jim , 04-06-1999 13:22:13  
I don't understand why someone would buy a serial number plate on the black market. Please explain.

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04-06-1999 16:16:46

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 Re: Re: Re: Why would a serial number plate be missing from a tractor? in reply to Lester, 04-06-1999 14:32:27  
The tractor was sold on the black market.
The serial number was removed so the tractor could
not be traced.

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04-06-1999 19:02:04

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Why would a serial number plate be missing from a tractor? in reply to Jim, 04-06-1999 16:16:46  
Okay, so you're saying the tractor was first stolen, then sold on the black market? I would not have realized there would have been that much demand.

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04-08-1999 10:41:41

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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Why would a serial number plate be missing from a tractor? in reply to mark, 04-06-1999 19:02:04  
More than likely the clutch housig was replaced
and the tag didn't get switched.

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