HAND BUILT MODELS

By Staff
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I am just an old farmer with very few toolsa good welder and
metal cutting b and saw. The wheel model Waterloo built in 1976
used a J.D. combine engine and all new steel. I built the wheels
from scratch. The transmission was an A Ford. It runs super and has
been shown in several states. The Dozer was built from 12 A J.D.
combine engine in 1982. It weighs in at about 1700 lbs., has 7 inch
pads. It runs and performs like a champ. I formed all the sprockets
and drive rollers for it. It never fails to get lookers at
shows.

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