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This lot of parts from a repair shop covers quite a variety of ages and colors.



This is an International 8-16 chain drive, built around 1912.




We got this McCormick-Deering O-12 in the batch too. The engine is here too under cover.





There are also 5 JD Bs in various states of dis-assembly. One has a complete, loose engine, all have tags.



There is also a 9N Ford with a Sherman auxiliary transmission.




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post #2 of 5 Old 04-27-2006, 10:06 PM
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PM, looks like alot of potential for parts and/or restoration. That 8-16 chain drive is really something, never seen one of those before
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Please tell me you are going to fix up the International 8-16 Looks like you have some good parts there though.

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Jim, pretty good lot of parts, b ut really only candidate for restoration in my opinion is the O-12 (orchard version of the Farmall F-12,,, Wingnut ).

Sorry Jody, the 8-16 is way beyond my patience level and my wallet!! I expect you will need deep pockets to fix one that old and that far gone! But it does have a bunch of good parts like the steering wheel that often get broken or lost, so it is a good donor tractor.

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wow, that's cool

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JD LA175
JD LT133
JD RX73
Sears 16/6

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