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Best of luck with it, and you seem to have an energetic helper ready to get it done. Keep us up to date on your progress. Welcome to ATF!
 

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Hello Dale, welcome, and thanks for the photos. The old RC looks like a fairly good challenge.
Good luck and have fun with it. Another photo every now and then to show us how it's coming along would be appreciated.
 

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Hi all Thanks for the replies.
Bobby my little man is a keen helper mainly moving tools I need to work on it .
The tractor is in amazing mechanical condition as the previous owner stripped the engine and rebuild it but never put it back together
Thanks dale
 

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When I purchased the tractor it was missing a bracket for holding the kerosene tank .
I found a wc bracket but when fitted lifted the tank up to high for the bonnet.
Then Mr John fielder from Wisconsin came to the rescue and had the correct bracket. (Thanks john)
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You have a creative bride. I hope the cake was as tasty as it looked.
You're RC looks to be a hand start model.
RCs were bit underpowered using a G125 engine from a Model B on a WC frame and using the same implements as the WC with a G201 engine. Not surprising that they didn't sell well. Being short lived makes them a great collector tractor.
 
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