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Old 07-19-2019, 02:15:18 AM
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Nephew was here a few weeks ago for a good bs session and GAVE me the two photographs from inside the old camera's stinky satchel he picked up at auction here in central MN!
What is this big brute? Any thoughts?
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Steiger or a home made at Rollag?
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Early Versitile?
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Kinda has the look of a Wagner, but not exactly like any I can find pics of. Could be Steiger or Versatile...it's an early one, whatever it is.
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Wagner built a tractor for John Deere, I think that is what it is. ronm, aren't you a John Deere guy?
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Not a Versatile. Looks homemade.
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Wagner built a tractor for John Deere, I think that is what it is. ronm, aren't you a John Deere guy?
The tractors Wagner built for Deere were the WA-14 & WA-17, later and bigger than that one.
Found these on the Net...
Cummins power, the one in Duey's pic is a V6.
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It is homemade.
Here is the article on it.
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Super cool TekNik! Thank you!
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