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Old 06-22-2009, 10:43:38 PM
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This is at a small equipment dealer in River Falls WI. The shop wasn't open when I went by but I took a photo of the sign with the phone number. I don't know if what is left is for sale or not. It looks like mostly junk but Ive seen some parts rebuilt that I didn't think could ever be saved. There is also a very used water wagon.
I believe the area code is 6088-284-5298 if anyone is interested. The name on the sign said Waynes.
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So what kind of engine would you call that? I see Case and Rumely, and other parts I can't identify.
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Oh My Lord.... ????? Looks like somebody put together a Lawn Ornament....

A River Falls area code would be 715 - 262, 307, 429, 629, 821, 425 or 426 then the last 4 digits...???
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Default Re: Case parts that may be for sale

It is at Black River Falls. I have seen it myself with fellow stacker Chuck S. It is not far from his place up that way. We stoppedthere to look at some horse drawn road graders the guy had. Chuck might be able to tell us more about this lawn ornament.
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Well.... That explains everything... I'm 12 Miles from River Falls and wondered why I've never seen or heard of Waynes or that Contraption before.....
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I guess I'd better either post earlier in the evening or check my work better !!! I thought the area code would be 608 down there but maybe it still is 715. the rest of the number is really what the sign says.
Yes it is quite a bunch of parts.
Ken if you know the area, its on the road that goes past the casino over there.
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Well.. Where the problem was is River Falls as posted in the first post is 100 + Miles from Black River Falls.... And they Both Seem to be in the 715 area code...

I did hear of something ? at Black River Falls and this must be it... Thanks for the Pics... I now Know what "it' is...
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Isn't that on the south side of hwy 54, just east of Black River Falls? If a guy was in the area, he should stop and see Joe Reichenbach. I got a Wallis K from him years ago, quite the machine....
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What are the rear wheels? They look similar to Frick.

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I wouldn't mind having the steering gear... but it's too far to go for a no. LOL
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This engine is properly identified as a "JOHNNY CASH"......you know, one piece at a time carried out in the lunch bucket?
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17429 started out as a 20 H.P simple skid engine, 17428 was a 20 H.P. simple skid Boiler and 17430-17449 were 15 H.P. simple portable's
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yep, I have seen it many times as I drive past. It has been there for several years now maybe even 10? Wayne Jessie did not put it together himself, but rather bought it to attract attention to his stuff that is for sale. But unless he has changed his mind, this "thing" is not for sale. There are a few parts on it that are useable, but Not the Case boiler. I thought the rear wheels might be Minnie, but not sure of that, Few Fricks ever got to WI. One would have to be pretty desperate for a project to even consider this one. But it does get people to stop and look over the rest of his line-up that is for sale. It is only a mile or less off I-94 on Hwy 54 East, but I am not sure it is worth driving that mile to see it.
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