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Please contact me if anybody is interested in this piece of history.
And I will ask the elders if they will part with it.
Located in S E Colorado call 719-469- one 5 two 8I have what I believe to be a 1949-52 JD MC. I dont know much about the crawler but if anyone has some information on the serial number, please forward it onto me. It runs and all, looks decent and was curious to know what the value of one of these may be. I have an exact 160 like photo above for sale, almost as clean, never farmed only mowed, even turf tires, 2400hours,new hydralic pump, new batt, alt, lights all work, gages all work starts perfect, chains, front 8 blade email me if intersted, Kingston Michigan, dbroecker at I have a 50 s Model 40 crawler and I love to push dirt around with it.
It runs and all, looks decent and was curious to know what the value of one of these may be. It works great for grubbing small saplings for clearing land and levelling lawns for seeding and grading gravel driveways.
It appears to be intact except for busted up grill and radiator missing, and spark plug wires from cows eating them.
The engine of coarse is locked up from sitting, but supposedly new liners and pistons before he passed away in mid 70 s.
100085 repainted and new decals runs great and looks great too.
Ive called a few local parts places for parts they said just scrap it.I am looking for a model 2 row corn planter and a 2 row cultivator.In the late 50 s when I was 11 or 12 Daddy had a Allis Chalmers CA a WC.I remember the WC had hand brakes only, the seat was off center to the right and the tiller had a manual lift so when you turned to the left you would reach back and grab the rope to trip the tiller lift while turning the steering wheel to the left. My dad s first tractor was a 1941 Case SC, and he s now in the process of - slowly - restoring it. I am looking for a good picture of a 41 SC with the center-mounted exhaust and lights on the fenders for two purposes.This would throw you even further to the right away from the left brake handle. Feel free to contact me at 763-447-5597 Cambridge, MNThe Town has been offered a donation of a 1939 or 1940 Farmall B which has been restored. This is small enough to fit on a car trailer to bring to the tractor shows. I was told several years ago it was worth over 10,000 but since the times are a little harder I will sell it for 7,000 I am located in North Central Wisconsin. I d like to use the photo for his birthday cake and, as maudlin as it might seem, for his headstone.
stick a lg.screwdriver or bar click the shifting plate in line. This happens when the end of your shifting is wore. He would be very surprised to see his tractor on his birthday cake - and on his headstone.