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Bought a Waukesha B

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    Posted: 13 Jun 2019 at 7:59pm
Here is my 1937 Waukesha B  I recently bought.
 
 
37 A,37 Waukesha B,35 WC SN#4000,38 unstyled WF,49 WF,49 WD,53 WD45,39 and 40 RC,47 WC,41 B,39 B,48 G,48 C,59 D10,IB,B10,B12,B208,Roto Bale Loader, sp100 combine, allcrop 66, L3 Gleaner
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looks to be original paint and original right side tires, what a sweetheart!
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Zach,
Congratulations on the B! Good looking unit! You have quite a heard of Orange!
Regards,
 Chris
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I thought that Waukesha B's was rare as hen's teeth. Nice score. Darrel
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote PaulB Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 Jun 2019 at 5:17am
I have a few NOS partsthat are exclusive to the Waukesha Bs.
If it was fun to pull in LOW gear, I could have a John Deere
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that looks to be as nice an original as one could find and a Waukesha B as well !! WOW   Does it have a S/N tag? if so what is the number?    Great find.
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Zach, great find. Talk about a diamond in the rough! Man, you don't see to many of them round'.  My pal Bill Long would like that one! Nice original!   Congrat's!!
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The tractor runs and drives great but the brass tag is missing. I have heard that this is not uncommon with these tractors. If anyone knows a way to find out what sn it is please let me know. Thanks
37 A,37 Waukesha B,35 WC SN#4000,38 unstyled WF,49 WF,49 WD,53 WD45,39 and 40 RC,47 WC,41 B,39 B,48 G,48 C,59 D10,IB,B10,B12,B208,Roto Bale Loader, sp100 combine, allcrop 66, L3 Gleaner
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Originally posted by Steve in NJ Steve in NJ wrote:

Zach, great find. Talk about a diamond in the rough! Man, you don't see to many of them round'.
Steve@B&B

I respectfully disagree with the "rough" part Steve. This looks to be very decent original and they only come that way once! Shocked
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Zach,
tractor looks good.
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Nice looking B! Another piece of AC history saved. Good work.
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I wouldn't even THINK about repainting that tractor!!! clean it real good, rub it out some and wax it. That thing is real nice
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