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Michael V (NM) View Drop Down
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    Posted: 06 Apr 2021 at 9:47pm
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SN25963, I'm not sure on the last digit,, it could be a 3 or 8, but looks more like a 3...
front axle is MIA, both rear rims are toast,but , them fenders are almost perfect...no rust at all..has belt pulley... didn't see a drawbar..


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whats up with this,, I can only do one pic at a time..

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without an axle, i guess " ran when parked" is out of the question ? Wink

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Well, it might have run when parked, then taken apart.  Looks like a propane tank mount.  Are you going to take it home, Michael?
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it was near where I delivered a load of fertilizer today, no one near to ask who is the owner,, I may look into finding out more when I gots some time to look around and ask some questions...
John, I think you are right,,looks to have been converted to propane sometime in its life...I know in the 50's propane/butane was really popular around this area because of the low cost..
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U found a A 
He who dies with the most toys is,
nonetheless ,still dead.
If all else fails ,Read all that is PRINTED.
Just because you do not have the tools for job , it dose not make it a bad design.
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Yes, an A, and for those that were keeping track of them back about 20 years ago when the "A" was the hot tractor of the AC collectors, I posted the SN

thing is,, only prolly worth scrap price now,, well for the shape its in now...
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That looks like a homerun to me Mike. I think you should do some quick inquiring and bring that puppy home man! If that thing ran on Propane, the engine is probably pretty clean inside of that thing.     Thumbs UpThumbs Up

Edited by Steve in NJ - 07 Apr 2021 at 2:11pm
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+1 on that clean engine Steve. I'd find out who owned that puppy and if I was lucky enough to buy it there'd be a rollback winching her on within 24 hrz. Good find guy.
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I can hear the chants now.  "Save another A-C"  "Save another A-C"!
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I pulled the oil stick,,sorry to say,it was rusty,so,the crankcase has had water in it,also no cover on the exhaust so I'm sure the engine will need lotsa work....
Yea, yea, I know it can be fixed....
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Doesn't hurt to try! It looks like it could be a fun project to me.
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