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(3/12/2013 3:49:44 AM)
I have been wondering which thread to post this discussion in for some time, now seeing this tank thread moving into the more general war time theme I think this is the right place.
During 2012 Chris Astell from Vintage Brass Plates here in England sent me a copy of the artwork he had prepared for a customer who was restoring an original import M-H 102 tractor which required a replacement plate.
Very interesting text for this thread
"War Time rubber shortage has necessitated the fitting of steel wheels"
Has anyone seen this plate on a tractor in North America or any other parts of the world?
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