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Re: Ford Project

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My biggest problem is that I am 16 and do not have a full time job. I can find parts pretty readily, I just have problems finding parts that I can afford. I also have four other tractors, that I have gotten for free; a Case DC, a Farmall M, a Co-op e3, and a Sears Suburban 725. I will probably sell the Farmall though to pay for something else. The Farmall, Case, and Sears all run, the Co-op is seized with 4 bad tires and a shot manifold, and my Ford is missing a bunch of parts although the engine is free.

I am unsure if I should strip the tractor down and paint it before getting it running or if I should get it going then strip and paint it. The tractor has been sitting inside for a decade since the sheet metal was stolen. I am told that before it was stolen it got used all the time and that it runs great. I am also told that before it was parked the transmission was gone through and had a hi-low added.

What would be the best way to strip the old paint and rust off? I have an uncle with a sandblaster I could borrow, but I am wondering if I should just use a wire wheel on a grinder since the tractor is so small.

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