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Old 07-14-2009, 03:11:40 AM
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Thanks Randy, it certainly looks like the one in the Reynolds yard and the one in France are the same tractor then. Do you know why the museum didn't take it though? Or was it already sold?

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Hello David,

This picture looks like your first post, but exactly 20 years later.
The Chase and the Gray standing aside each other as on your picture. I know the man who sold it to this collector bought several tractors at the Reynolds Museum.

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Marc,

If this is the Gray I think it is (MB's), then it's stated that it was an original import to France and the present owner found it in the Languedoc region. The one in the Musee Maurice Dufresne was a more recent import though, from Dallas, Texas apparently.

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