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1925 Hart Parr 16-30E next long term project


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Old 11-11-2018, 12:42:43 AM
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Default Re: 1925 Hart Parr 16-30E next long term project

What a ripper. Can't wait to see you driving this around at brookton. We may be old men by then!

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Hello E27N,
You may have seen our 16/30 at Brookton a few years back, it had a factory live PTO driven from the crankshaft on it. The PTO came from an 18/36 tractor, a sand plain farmer West of here had trouble with ground drive wheel slip on his harvester, it was unique for it's time.
Tony Pailthorpe had a 15/30 and I have seen two in Kev's Kollection at Kingston SE South Australia.
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Default Re: 1925 Hart Parr 16-30E next long term project

if we are trying to count Hart-Parrs, one of the few machines kept from the original Lew Whiteman collection is a Hart Parr now in the WA Tractor Museum at Whiteman Park.
flickr pic 2005:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/d70w7/26771821028
i saw it a couple of years ago, looked nice.
from several shown in GG, 2 at Whiteman Park:
https://www.gracesguide.co.uk/File:I...w-Hart1929.jpg
this one not an oz special
https://www.gracesguide.co.uk/File:I...-Hart12-24.jpg
another pic, cant read all the sign.
http://thesandgroppers2011and12.blog...whitemans.html
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