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Old 12-26-2014, 11:17:40 AM
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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

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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!

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