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'49 M-H Pony almost finished


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Old 09-14-2012, 09:27:06 PM
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Default '49 M-H Pony almost finished

Almost finished! The engine is running for the first time.
There are a few final details that I need some help with.
I can't find an original rear light anywhere! And I need a hand crank. I do have the mounting bracket for the rear light. If anyone can help with information or parts I can offer trades or cash.
Another question: this tractor has a hydraulic system and I have a "depth-o-matic" decal. Does anyone know where it would have been on the tractor?
I will post more pictures when it is done.
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Default Re: '49 M-H Pony almost finished

jim sears try google m h pony, go to unoffical m h pony site click on pony owners. good luck dave
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Nice little tractor. Looks like your doing an exelent job. I __met__ guy a coupel of weeks ago and he got a pacer with an original MH loader on it.

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Went thru my thanks button.

And friend of mine is having an Canadian Pony.

Like them very much.

Fits very well to my Farmall Cub.

Like the Earth Master with the Allis Chalmers B also very much.

Keep posting what you are doing.

Chris
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The Pony is Finished!! (almost). Love the little thing.
The tractor was turned over to the client today, everything was finished, but still no hand crank. A minor detail, but I will find one someday.
FYI TISCO has a light that is a perfect match for the rear light.

The rain stopped long enough for him to drive it around a bit and put it on the trailer,

AND deposit this for the next project.
it's most of a 1959 Porsche 308 Super. More fun.
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Excellent job on the Pony...now tell us just WHERE that Porsche is being lifted out from please. Cool photo.
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It was dumped unceremoniously in a ditch. This was loading it on the trailer to come here to the shop. I had a picture of it prior to the lift but can't seem to find it. It looked like a bad accident.
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I was thinking it looked something like that was what was going on. Good deal.
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