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Old 07-07-2005, 11:00:23 PM
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while im down we have been putting everything together that i have on le roi from 1913 till the end in 1958. It is more than i realized i had. I have a bunch of tractor models that used le roi engines but am sure there is more. Does anyone have any info on the le roi tractor, not the centaur tractair with the air compressor.What i have now is about 10 pages of models, specs, whatever. Anyone interested i will be glad to e mail it to you. ed malcom the le roi man.
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There is a War Dept manual: TM5-5060 which covers the Le Roi compressor set and chassis, using a D318 gasolene engine on a GM chassis.

We have an original copy here in the UK if you need any info. It's 190 pages long so a bit much to copy.... :-))

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Ed didnt know le roi made tractors, are you going to make it up to old threshers this year? Hope it cools down by then.
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