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Ernie,

For some reason I don't have the necessary programming to open a .bmp attachment. I opened with a blank screen in Paint.

Can you convert this to .jpg????
 

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Same here:confused:
 

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Came up for me, but was double exposed, in black and white and a bit blurry. From what I can see, it looks more like Case or Silver King.
 

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Its not a silver king.... Keep trying, it will suprise yyou what it really is........:furious:
 

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Originally posted by Argee
Ernie,

For some reason I don't have the necessary programming to open a .bmp attachment. I opened with a blank screen in Paint.

Can you convert this to .jpg????
Here it is in J Peg format
 

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Dug out my Encyclopedia Of American Farm Tractors and George is right. The Allaround was Ford's first attempt at a tricycle type tractor. I'm I correct is saying this was a imported English Fordson?
 

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Originally posted by gwill
It's a Fordson all-around. That was too easy!

George Willer

Very good George, it was imported from England in 1937 and dam near put ford out of the tractor buisness... Here in the US it was called the fordson row crop....


George you can contac argee and jody for the prize:furious: :furious:

Still a good call......

ps this unit was the forerunner to the N series
 
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