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Old 10-04-2019, 11:32:14 PM
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a buddy wanted to make room in barn for other stuff, sold me for 350.oo this 1960 T205 panzer with belly mower and front blade and extra parts plus papers and owners manual (pretty much 1 owner sense new) it runs, but going to go thru it and repaint, colors should be red and yellow, winter project. does anybody have a lead on who carry's panzer parts. thanks...
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Old 10-05-2019, 12:41:33 AM
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Default Re: co-par panzer find...?

You might try asking 805Roadking on YouTube. He was into the Panzers for a while, and may have contacts for parts.
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Old 10-05-2019, 09:29:01 AM
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www.hapcoparts.com they can direct you to panzer parts.
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up date, 23A briggs engine done, rebuilt carb,cleaned pointspulled head, valves and cylinder bore were clean, found the perfect muffler for it. painted, ready to go. tore the panzer down to the frame and primed it for paint, will post when done....
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I would have had a hard time tearing 1 apart that looked that good.I am not used to getting projects that nice.Most of what I get is rusted down,rotted tires and what not. Nice tractor.I often wondered why folks didn't ride Panzers alot at the shows until I took my T70 B to denton.Awkward to drive and not to comforable.
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I got lucky blue, a friend did me a good deal, this is a big panzer so I hope it rides nice. 630 pounds dry weight.....p.s I wish I had your fenders...lol

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I got lucky blue, a friend did me a good deal, this is a big panzer so I hope it rides nice. 630 pounds dry weight.....p.s I wish I had your fenders...lol
If you look closely,you will find they are simply trailer fenders like you can get at Northern tool.You would just need to fab the brackets..The wheels,are 12 inch boat trailer wheels from that era.
And they were on it when I got it and you could tell it all was original to the machine.
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Fenders, brackets, tires, and wheels.
http://www.trailerpartsdepot.com/ite...=C6423&eq=&Tp=
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nice idea, I got 16 inch rims....want period correct as close a possible

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up date; got her painted, still have to paint the rims and grill sun burst yellow, then I can start putting humpdee dumpdee back together again......
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good looking tractor, painting looks nice . I always wanted a panzer and just got a T70b last week. it's mostly all there just had too big front tires/rims. i had some the right size but had to cut out the centers and bolt in the hubs from what was on it. no mower but it has the lift hitch on the back. it's rusty but i might just leave it that way. i'm getting parts from HAPCO for it.
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lift hitch would be sweet, for my 8'' plow, and cultivator..
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frame and engine done, just gotta repaint the rims and a few odds and ends..
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another pic...
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Default Re: co-par panzer find?

Last pic was helpful, I have to go look a early Panzer soon. What supports the steering column and back of hood? It does not have a dash like my newer Panzer.
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the hood holds the steering shaft in place, the front end is heavy cast iron to support the hood, its just that strong..
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looks like the older ones are easier to get on and off, more room between the seat and steering wheel. if my T70B had a mower under it it wouldn't be too bad. i need to find one.
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I don't know,at 240 pounds I feel like a monkey "riding" a over torqued foot ball while riding my T70B
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I thought you said winter project? you almost have it done and its not even November lol
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andy the 100 and 200 series panzers were know as the big panzers, and kyle as for a winter project I guess I got carried away lol....

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