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Overtime Tractor in 1974


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"Harry Ferguson was the son of an Irish farmer. He was still a young man when he showed a flair for mechanics and engineering. During his early twenties, he worked for his brother as a mechanic and a race pilot. Later, he designed and built several aeroplanes which he piloted. He became the Belfast agent for Overtime tractors (Waterloo Boy models renamed for the British market) and this first experience with tractors, together with a spell working for the Irish Board of Agriculture, started him thinking of better ways of attaching implements."
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Last year 2008 Northeast Indiana Steam and Gas Association featured Waterloo Boy and John Deere. many Waterloo Boys were exhibited by Bollinger Family and Galen Wilkinson. Here is the past link.
http://www.smokstak.com/forum/showth...erloo+lagrange
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Hi William
I think you know my grandad. He is Billy Donegan, he has the overtime with the canopy ?
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Richard the old photo was taken at my dad 1st or 2nd show (Shire Hill Crank Up) that he run for 25years.

Hi William going thru all that old stuff is quiet nice.
I think going back to the roots would be nice, so it's on you to organize another Shire Hill crank Up

The Support from Germany and the Netherlands is something you can count on.

I am sure if you have it to the wright time the Highlander Alistair is coming and brings Tricky and other fellows in his convoy

So just let all of us know the Dates for the Show next year.
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I was wondering if anyone knew what the correct magneto would be for an overtime. Thanks
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I believe aero dixie with the open impulse. same as early spoker d but rotation is the other way I believe.
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Hi
Model R single speed tractors could be fitted with several different mags, each mag had a different base, if you look under the base along with the part no 126R is the mag which it is designed to fit.
I do have a spare Dixie base if anyone needs one.

Serial no: 1026 – 1025 5 bar no make specified
1046 – 1077 4 bar no make specified
1078 – 1533 kingston magneto
1534 – 1600 swiss magneto
1601 – 1628 dixie mag first then mix of swiss, kingston and dixie
1628 – 1680 kingston
1681 – 1782 mix of swiss, dixie and kingston (1693 used a sevison mag)
1783 – 1915 sevison magneto
1916 – 2558 mix ofsevison, kingston and dixie
2559 up predominantly dixie with the occasional K W or sevison.

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