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(6/24/2012 1:54:46 PM)
That is very true about the one on one when people visit your collection you can both learn alot expecially when you have so many tractors next to eachother as it sparks new questions you can go back and fourth and compare on different models of changes and differences.
I know this is not a Wallis but this is my Kill for today, it is freshly out of the cow yard. I got it home and in no time got it unstuck and all valves loose. This is a Massey Harris 12-20 as the tag shows, there should be alot of these arround but you don't see as many of these as the Wallis 12-20.
From the third picture I believe I have rescued this tractor in just the nick of time as you can see the friendly mouse has just taken up residency not long ago. I will have to evict him soon so he will not ruin another tractor for me. From the looks of the pile the little fella must have came in through the clutch area?? Must be the way in??
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