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Recieved the new issue of Old Abes News today. There is a very interesting article about the 40-80 Case oil tractor. It showed that 2 had been built in 1913. Both tractors were sent by rail to the Winnipeg trials. Built along the same design lines as the 30-60, the 40-80 used a 4 cyl. engine.
The article describes the differences in differential, that the 40-80 had short fenders, the other differences in the engine which later were found on the later 20-40's. There was a used equipment list from 1917 in the article showing the one tractor was traded back to the company, but needed to be repaired, tested, and repainted before it would be available.
The article states that Art Bayliss of ND seen the 2 tractors headed for Winnipeg. Wouldn't it been something if old Art would of had one of these in his prairie tractor junk yard.
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