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a couple photos of an early production 210

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    Posted: 06 Jul 2012 at 2:04am
Hey all, I am a tire man in the Kalona, Iowa area and I run into a few gems once in a while.  A couple of months ago I was at a fellow a-c lover's farm and got to work on his 210.  It's been worked hard, but I snapped a couple pictures of it with my cell phone, and was VERY surprised when he told me to look at the serial number.
 
 
And here's another of the S/N.
 
 
Yes, that is right.  The serial number is 1003.  One of the VERY first ones made. 
 
That pretty much made my day!
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very cool!
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Thanks for sharing that's great to see it still working
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote amac Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 Jul 2012 at 7:30am
hey nevin, welcome to the sight. Do I have to buy new tires from you to get pictures posted of my tractors? lol
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Welcome,nice looking 210. Does he have a blade on the front? I have a lot of cousins in the Kalona area. Nice country out there.
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Great story and picture. They are sweet tractors... I got a soft spot for them!!
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Thanks for sharing!! Ryan
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looks cool
wd with a freeman model 90 trip loader, wd45, 38 unstylled wc, b 10 garden tractor and 2-14 ac trip plow. grandpa has a 56 wd45. wd. allis chalmers snap coupler blade and 3 bottom snap coupler plow
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote nevin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 Jul 2012 at 12:39am
Amac, have I done work for you before?  hahah, I will certainly take some pictures of your tractors if they pass my "rare tractor" test.  Which for me is pretty much any a-c. haha
 
Actually, I like just about all makes and models of tractors.  I definitely see plenty of them, with my job too!  I have plenty of pictures of obscure tractors (some not even officially sold in the U.S.) that I've worked on.  Don't take many pictures of deere's though, haha I see plenty of them to get me by.
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And I'm not sure if it had a blade on it, he said it had that home-made bracket on the thing when he got it.
 
Also, amac, do you know ledru nebel from noble?  This is his tractor.  This picture was taken like 2 weeks before the tornado came through and tore up his place.
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yes, the 210 has a good home and will probably be around for a long time.
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