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Old 12-19-2010, 11:36:53 AM
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That's very kind of you Deas, thanks. Perhaps it would be worth seeing if Erik takes you up on your offer first, as he has more knowledge of these makes/models and may be able to recognize who owns some of them? I do have a listing that was produced after the BSOT with quite a few names and serial numbers, which I can email to you if you don't have a copy already.

I think I may have spoken to you at the BSOT! I remember talking to an Australian fellow who was snapping loads of photos like me - he had a plaster or bandage on, I think. Could that have been you?

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That's very kind of you Deas, thanks. Perhaps it would be worth seeing if Erik takes you up on your offer first, as he has more knowledge of these makes/models and may be able to recognize who owns some of them? I do have a listing that was produced after the BSOT with quite a few names and serial numbers, which I can email to you if you don't have a copy already.

I think I may have spoken to you at the BSOT! I remember talking to an Australian fellow who was snapping loads of photos like me - he had a plaster or bandage on, I think. Could that have been you?

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Hi, David Parfitt.
I hope all is well with you as it is with me.

That may well have been me at with the busy camera at BSOT.

I am supposed to be meeting with Erik Christenbury at the ACMOC show at Brooks, Oregon, on the last weekend of July where I will give him a remote hard drive with around 94 GB of photos, videos and data. You are welcome to consult with him about what if any of it may be of use to you and arrange with him for transfer of any or all of it.

I am hoping to have more photos with serial numbers and, where possible, details of owners from the up-coming Woodland and Bonner Springs, Kansas, shows on that hard drive by the time I hand it over to Erik.

If your offer of the listings from the BSOT show still stands, I would appreciate a copy of it.

Catchyalater.

You have a wonderful day. Best wishes. Deas Plant.
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Hi, David Parfitt.
I hope all is well with you as it is with me.

That may well have been me at with the busy camera at BSOT.

I am supposed to be meeting with Erik Christenbury at the ACMOC show at Brooks, Oregon, on the last weekend of July where I will give him a remote hard drive with around 94 GB of photos, videos and data. You are welcome to consult with him about what if any of it may be of use to you and arrange with him for transfer of any or all of it.

I am hoping to have more photos with serial numbers and, where possible, details of owners from the up-coming Woodland and Bonner Springs, Kansas, shows on that hard drive by the time I hand it over to Erik.

If your offer of the listings from the BSOT show still stands, I would appreciate a copy of it.

Catchyalater.

You have a wonderful day. Best wishes. Deas Plant.
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Thanks Deas! Perhaps you could send me an email at david@steel-wheels.net so that I can forward you the list?

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Thanks Deas! Perhaps you could send me an email at david@steel-wheels.net so that I can forward you the list?

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Congratiulations David,.................

Your in the Antique Power today January/February 2012 Volume 24 Issue 2.

Patrick Ertel gives a very good From The Editor story about your Steelwheels Worldwide Veteran Tractor Register Website.

And sure there is again a very nice picture story of Rick Mannen (the Canadian Connection)......
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Congratiulations David,.................

Your in the Antique Power today January/February 2012 Volume 24 Issue 2.

Patrick Ertel gives a very good From The Editor story about your Steelwheels Worldwide Veteran Tractor Register Website.

And sure there is again a very nice picture story of Rick Mannen (the Canadian Connection)......
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I copied David's stuck Tractor Registry and opened it in the regular forum.
Stuck threads sometimes (ALWAYS) become invisible and get no attention.
Even I wasn't aware of the fabulous registry David has compiled.
I hope this encourages even more tractors to be added......

http://www.steel-wheels.net/register.html
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Dear David Right now I am confined to a rehab center after I fell off the Case 1200 and broke my left Femur. [Doing real good] Looks like I will finally get some time to finish my Fordson Book series. Today ,Christmas day ] my wife brought in the latest copies of Ant.-Pow. and Farm Collector and found a good little writeup on The Bear Crawler in which Sam Moore mentioned you several times. Question is how many are still in existence?? I know of one in Maine [no name of owner] , mine here in CT that came from Maine, A heavy duty version in a collection in Ohio that came from Maine, the one in England, and the one sold at Oscars auction [did JR buy that one???] That's it from me right now. I have heard rumors of others but never confirmed their existence.
On this beautiful Christmas day 2014 I'm wishing you and yours a great holiday season and an even better 2015. Ed B "The Yankee"
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Ed, in answer to your question about Oscar's Bear Crawler, It is indeed now part of JR's parking lot collection. There is a picture of it being lifted into position on the thread about that collection. F.J.W.
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Hello Ed

All the best to you both too, and hope you are back to full strength soon.

I only know of four Bear crawlers, so the Maine one is news to me. I would be very interested to see a pic of this one and the one now in Ohio. As Frank said, the ex-Oscar Cooke Bear is now part of the Simplot collection and is going to be on display in Boise. The one that is now in a collection in the east of England came from the Stan Reynolds collection.

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Dear David Right now I am confined to a rehab center after I fell off the Case 1200 and broke my left Femur. [Doing real good] Looks like I will finally get some time to finish my Fordson Book series. Today ,Christmas day ] my wife brought in the latest copies of Ant.-Pow. and Farm Collector and found a good little writeup on The Bear Crawler in which Sam Moore mentioned you several times. Question is how many are still in existence?? I know of one in Maine [no name of owner] , mine here in CT that came from Maine, A heavy duty version in a collection in Ohio that came from Maine, the one in England, and the one sold at Oscars auction [did JR buy that one???] That's it from me right now. I have heard rumors of others but never confirmed their existence. On this beautiful Christmas day 2014 I'm wishing you and yours a great holiday season and an even better 2015. Ed B "The Yankee"
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Hello David.

I can help you with some tractors in Brazil!

I already have a blog with some tractors I try to registry

www.tratorantigo.blogspot.com

We have few models before 1930 here! Yes lots of Fordson F, but some rare model too!

See HART PARR in a museum here: http://tratorantigo.blogspot.com.br/...hart-parr.html

---------- Post added at 07:48:36 AM ---------- Previous post was at 07:43:36 AM ----------

David

Some old tractors here in Brazil
http://tratoresantigos.blogspot.com....do-brasil.html
Only IH Titan and Hart Parr I have serial number.

Moline and Case I can take it in the future...

IH Titan history here: http://tratoresantigos.blogspot.com....tan-10-20.html
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Ok. And I have part of Wallis Tractor

Plate says it´s a 15-30 serial 62022
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Hello Lucas

Sorry for the delay in my reply, I only just saw your posts on this thread. Thank you very much for your offer of assistance, that is very kind of you - I would appreciate any help you can give me with adding tractors in Brazil to the register!

Best wishes

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