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White Super M?

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03-03-2002 04:30:01

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Went to look at a super M last week. In the tractor bone yard down the road, from it sat several Hs and Ms had to stop and look. While walking around looking I spotted 2 white Ms one had not much left except the hood front bolster andclutch housing back no wheels, the tag showed it to be a M, down the line sat a almost complete White M red wheels, cleaned off the tag and it said SM L Lost my note paper but sure it was a 53! and had a M&W hydrulic system on it Is it possible this was a real deal or did some one just paint it as a hoaks!

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03-03-2002 06:50:09

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 Re: White Super M? in reply to Dann, 03-03-2002 04:30:01  
The tractors you found were sure not factory originals, but they were probaly not painted for a scam either. Some dealers painted some tractors white so they could readily recognize them as they were for demos or loaners while they were repairing the owners other tractor. Hope this clears up some misunderstandings of the white tractors that seem to be popping up around the country.

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03-03-2002 06:00:59

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 Re: White Super M? in reply to Dann, 03-03-2002 04:30:01  
The only demonstrator tractors were the Cub, Super A and C in 1950. ONLY 1950 model year and ONLY those models. H's and M's were selling good so they did not need to be promoted.


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03-03-2002 04:58:46

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 Re: White Super M? in reply to Dann, 03-03-2002 04:30:01  
as you said it was a hoaks

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