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(2/9/2013 6:28:55 AM)
Hi John, yes we know of the tractor, Malcolm too. Sadly I do not think anybody will be seeing it for a long time. It seems that our museum directors decided it was not important enough to leave on display so it got stuffed into some secret storage facility not to be seen By the public and no plans of disposing it again. I guess that is just how it works in Washington, can't get anything right.
Now the tractor has always been called a K but in fact is a cub jr wide front. Since it was a cub jr we naturally wanted more information on it since there is only three other wide fronts. I have always thought there must be something special with that particular tractor for Massey to have kept it around until 1959 or went out and bought it to place in the museum? I guess we may never know.
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