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Sometimes you just have to stop and smell the cylinder oil!
That stuff must addictive!
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If my eyes are correct....the Oil Pull is on display at Pawnee. I look forward to more history and forward plans.

Keep the ownership fights off line. I just want to see what Mother Nature has done to it after so many years.
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If my eyes are correct....the Oil Pull is on display at Pawnee. I look forward to more history and forward plans.

Keep the ownership fights off line. I just want to see what Mother Nature has done to it after so many years.
Beth or vizitors to the show,
Are there pictures about this display............
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Beth, has any one put up any pictures of the Pawnee show yet? I had planned to be there but came down with some sort stomach flu and spent the past 2 days in house. No way I could handle the 450 mile one way trip as the rest areas aren't close enough together! F.J.W.

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If my eyes are correct....the Oil Pull is on display at Pawnee. I look forward to more history and forward plans.

Keep the ownership fights off line. I just want to see what Mother Nature has done to it after so many years.
Amazing this came up again right now. It's been on my mind the last couple of days. I was getting ready to bring the thread up with that wondering .
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Mark Corson posted several on FaceBook.

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Nice and wondeful pictures,
Can not liked it on Facebook because do not have an facebook account.
Have our hands already full on Smokstak.

Eni news yet of what is going to happen with the Treasure from the Creek.

Mention is it going to be restored, made brandnew or is it going to stay this way.

You know to post it on display on tractor shows or tractor fairs. ?.

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I'm fairly certain the plan is to get it in running condition once enough parts have been lined up. Will take some time as there are several other projects there as well.
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Fwurth is correct on making it whole again. Already have many missing pieces located/acquired, and stuff like main caps and gearing caps to borrow for patterns. We're lookin for the whole counter shaft for the 2 speed assembly, a head and a better intake valve cage for starters.
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