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As far as I know the rad is still with Ryan. I will have to pay him a visit and see where he is at. The bottom tank was rotten and would't hold coolant to save its life. Once that is fixed, we'll see about the state of the block.
I walked through the barns this past spring to inspect the "Oddball" steel wheel stuff in preparation for Georgian Bay's MM/Waterloo Mfg./Oddball & Orphan Feature which I chaired. I spent a lot of time crawling over the Allwork, Chase, Gilson, Happy Farmer, Moline Universal and Stinson to see what would make the best display for our show. In the end, the Allwork and Chase came because they are essentially complete, and the Universal because of our MM Feature.
I would love to have had the Stinson in Cookstown but upon closer inspection I figured it was too rough. It is stuck, missing linkage, missing one valve cover, the cast gear shift lever has been snapped off, the transmission bone dry, the exhaust manifold is loose and any remnants of a gasket pretty much non-existent and may also be missing the carb now that I think of it.

I have some close up pics of the Chase from my visit. They are on my phone, so I will try and post them.
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Here are some pics of the Chase. I took pictures of the overall tractor and the important bits that were present or missing (dependent on which tractor I was looking at)
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Here's a picture of the block. It has received the JB Weld treatment at some point after the damage was done.
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I would love to have had the Stinson in Cookstown but upon closer inspection I figured it was too rough. It is stuck, missing linkage, missing one valve cover, the cast gear shift lever has been snapped off, the transmission bone dry, the exhaust manifold is loose and any remnants of a gasket pretty much non-existent and may also be missing the carb now that I think of it.


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The Stinson tractor is also missing tranny gears witch Jim E from up state NY casted extra ones for his Stinson for the Ag museum 20 years ago and they never did anything with them? as they could still be on site at the museum?
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