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(1/30/2013 9:10:59 AM)
I am still amazed how few views this Massey Harris 12-20 thread has received on here, I wonder is it because the 12-20 was a very small tractor for the vast acreage of North America? where the larger 20-30 seems to be more common in preservation today and must of been sold in much higher numbers and a very significent tractor of it's time.
Here in UK it was the opposite, the smaller farms and field size meant the 12-20 was a very versatile tractor for all farm duties and sold in quite large numbers in certain areas where a well established dealer operated.. 20-30's a much different story here and most seen in collections today are recent imports.
Another observation I have, there seems to be far more Wallis 12-20's preserved in North America than M-H 12-20's, again here it is the opposite and again wonder why??
I look forward to your thoughts.
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