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#9 horse drawn mower

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R Kauffman

05-31-2001 20:59:49

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We are restoring a #9 McCormick Deering mower and were wondering if anyone could tell us what color it should be,the dates it was made and any other information.

Thank You Ray

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Joe Evans

06-01-2001 22:06:21

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 Re: #9 horse drawn mower in reply to R Kauffman, 05-31-2001 20:59:49  
The #9 was built from 1939 to 1951.

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Doug McDowell

09-08-2006 09:37:45

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 Re: Re: #9 horse drawn mower in reply to Joe Evans, 06-01-2001 22:06:21  
I've got 2 McC-D No 7 mowers I'm trying to restore, but the "paint Committee" source has nothing specific on No 7's - any suggestions on other color sources? I wouldn't mind seeing your No 9 photo, though. Thanks

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R J Smith

08-31-2001 11:08:55

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 Re: Re: #9 horse drawn mower in reply to Joe Evans, 06-01-2001 22:06:21  
you can find the correct color scheme in the IHC Paint Committee Decisions; however, they are basically red, white, and blue for (believe it or not) patriotic reasons since most of them were made during wartime years or threat of war years. I just reconditioned a #9, and if I do say so it is "gorgeous" and functional. for photo, please reply to my e-mail.

Rock Hill, SC

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dale allen

05-29-2004 20:44:07

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 Re: Re: Re: #9 horse drawn mower in reply to R J Smith, 08-31-2001 11:08:55  
I would also like to see a picture of the mower..
I am not sure about the color placement, I am also restoring one.


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