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Started working on the correct headlights that are to go on my C. Disassembled them cleaned them up, making sure they're in good working condition, and then paint them up pretty. While I was working on them the neighbor's cat comes flying through the shed across my workbench and knocks one of the lens off the bench. It broke when it hit the floor. Cat kept going so it's still alive. These lens are getting hard to find. Remembered that I had some Massey Harris lens on the shelf, got one and it works perfect. :D :D Will post some pics once I get them on the tractor. Need to pull the grill and do a little straightening on it. That is one lucky cat
 

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Oh man, what's the chances of THAT happening !!! Blasted cat !!! Oh well, Steve there's always something good comes out of something bad...I just don't know what it is in this case... :(
 

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I got this lens for the rear light on my Massey 333. when I picked up the box it was in, there was another box just like it. Apparently I bought 2 and didn't remember
 

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missouri massey man said:
4imnotright said:
I got this lens for the rear light on my Massey 333. when I picked up the box it was in, there was another box just like it. Apparently I bought 2 and didn't remember
Ahhhhh, the silver lining emerges, I see...
My problem is, I think I have that around here someplace.
 
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