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Hi Dean! Good to hear from you. NICE Farmall you have there. Did you restore that beauty?
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Hi Doc, I bought it several years ago with the major work done and added the duel seat arrangement and replaced all 4 tires and all the nit picky stuff, new steering wheel, rear belt pulley, magneto etc.
Been in my barn with very little use since then. I just don't have the health anymore for all my activities so it deserves a new caring owner.
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Ahh, sorry to hear that Dean. I hope you find a good home for her. Take Care!
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rlk I am in the Northeastern part of Oklahoma (Grove) on Grand Lake.
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rlk I am in the Northeastern part of Oklahoma (Grove) on Grand Lake.
Unfortunately, that's a little far from Central North Carolina. Good luck on find a good home for your tractor. Bob
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Bob, I'm just back from a 2000 miles jaunt and was surprised at how many one ton duallys I saw pulling trailers with cars, boats, tractors and other stuff on them. They are delivery services. They will pick up and take your item from point A to point B. And the price might surprise you. If you can get a video walk around of the tractor going through the motions and the price is right, don't let distance stop you. I had a 1/2 ton Chevy delivered from Houston to Ohio for 600 a few years ago. Waiting for it to be delivered was the worst part. I'd do it all over again if I could not go pick it up myself. Just my 2 cents.
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