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Old 05-11-2010, 12:10:58 AM
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Hello everyone. I've done some lurking around on here prepping for restoring my 1923 McCormick Deering 10-20 and already learned quite a bit.
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Welcome to the Stak!
10-20's are pretty cool tractors. You have an early one.
I can't wait to see your pictures and find out the serial number.
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Candy T.

The serial number is 3972 and the tractor is complete as far as I can tell, including the side panels. Only thing is, this serial number is a MY1923, but my engine has an oil filter, which I read somewhere wasn't available until 1929 or so. I'll have to check the engine serial number when it is out.
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That is an early one. Side curtains are so good to have especially on that one. We have a 1924 10-20. It can be tricky to determine age sometimes with the older ones.
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