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1925 Hart Parr 16-30E next long term project


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Default 1925 Hart Parr 16-30E next long term project

Well this morning Dad and I went and looked at my next loooong term project, she is in quite a state as it was outside for many years before it was shedded but is mostly complete. I just need to work out how to get it home. There was 3 of them originally, on a property not far from here. When the current owner brought the property, they gave the other two which were just the rear halves to some guy on the proviso he shifted this one to their farm to put it under cover, he then proceeded to basically drop it off the trailer smashing the front bolster in the process (SIGH!!). I will update this when I get her home but for now some pics to whet the appetite.

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I am looking for any info on how many were imported to OZ I found some data stating there was only 3149 16-30's built one would think only a few 100 maybe less were brought here ??? serial no is 22984
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This is what the heavy handed retard did

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Default Re: 1925 Hart Parr 16-30E next long term project

E27n, What a great find you are so lucky it is almost complete, I have hauled 3 remains home from central NSW (1200km) in an attempt to get enought to make one, I will check in daylight tomorrow but I am fairly certain I will have that broken front casting for you amongst the wrecks I have
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Yeah she's a bit rusty but nothing time and money cant fix.........

Thanks for the offer on the casting (PM sent) your the second person tonight to offer me one (or look in the parts pile)

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Nice find. Let me know if I can help with any machining.
I also note you tend to keep lousy company
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Yeah the garden gnome seems to turn up in most of my tractor photos for some reason oh and looky what i saw in the shed Freeman...... And i not telling you where it is either.........

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I'll take you up on the machining offer if it exeedes my machine shops capibilties or mine for that matter
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guess what dunderklumpin

i have completely forgotten where that mcdonald is
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I will sniff it out
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I'll give you as hint it's somewhere in the wheatbelt............
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he got lost coming up here

so its pretty safe
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These camera's with embedded GPS are terrific aren't they?
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but your not that smart
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They are Freeman, such a shame that the metadata on resized pics don't have coord's on them..................
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I will bribe the no-neck then
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Bundy usually does the trick...........then when he's told you slip him some "special sauce" for a laugh.............
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I will bribe the no-neck then
a cup of coffee is the strongest , freeman has in his bribery drawer

besides

i know how to make hyd hoses and he doesnt, had to get the poor dear out of a oily situation a while ago
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I'm sure there is some content about a tractor somewhere in this thread..........
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Better rename it "Where is that McDonald"
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Better rename it "Where is that McDonald"
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Ok so when I said this was a long term project.... I didnít realise that meant 6 yrs to get the bloody thing home

But itís finally mine !

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