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Hell Andy that one is in Pineville, LA and its might go cheap. You should jump on it.
 

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Steel wheels, handcrank? What am I going to do with that?
Might be cool looking when done though. I must admit. Hmmmm

Andy
 

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Your a young man a hand crank isn't nothing for you. It would look good all fixed up though.
 

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yeah you really should jump on something like that. Not many of those good finds around anymore. Heck, I wish I had money for it myself...
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I emailed for more information and pictures..
Here is a picture of one restored. Mighty impressive!!! :D
Love the steel wheels. :hello:

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I bet you it would run to with a little cleaning up. You just cant kill farmalls:D
 

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Originally posted by admin
I emailed for more information and pictures..
Here is a picture of one restored. Mighty impressive!!! :D
Love the steel wheels. :hello:

Andy
Have you heard anything on this tractor Andy.
 

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Already over $300 --- Hmmmm. I don't know about this project. Never worked on any Farmalls...Anyone offer any insight from the pics?

Here are some pics that were taken by owner and sent:

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It appears to be mostly complete, but in really rough shape. It can no doubt be saved, but you will never make a profit on it. You had better enjoy the restoration process, as that will be your only reward.
 

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Yeah, looks to be a very exhausting restoration needed. I only hope that whoever buys it will actually restore it and not use it to hold up his plants in his front yard. Thanks for the info, Joe.

Andy
 
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