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It is still aways off, but thought I would go ahead and get started. I am not happy with the structured nature of the event we have to observe, but there will be a lot of additional attractions I think you all will enjoy.
The chapter is hosting it in
conjuction The National IHCC Winter Convention 2013 and FL. Flywheelers February Show 2013 on the grounds of the FL. Flywheelers Park outside
of Ft. Meade FL. The dates are Wednesday February 20th Thru Saturday, February 23 2013.
Please feel free to contact with any questions you have. Thanks for looking.
BTW, any one who would like to be on the electronic mailing list for our Chapter newsletter,
Thanks to all who have looked. I am adding the main page for the 2013 IHC Winter Convention which highlights all the addition attractions taking place .(CUB FEST,CUB FEST ) Also another picture of the Cub-Cutaway.
Let me know if you have any questions or for other info.
Thanks for posting all the pics of the cut-away Cub! That is really neat!
Is this an original one or one that someone recreated? I see that there is no SN plate, but do you think you might be able to get the engine SN, cast code and PN?
It's my understanding from the Chapter member who came by it, that it is one of 5? made by IH. I have seen pictures of one other
that was in kinda rough shape. This one has an electric motor that turns everything as though the tractor was running.
Thanks, that'll be great!
I checked the serial # on the cut-away Cub today. There is no serial # plate. There are holes in the casting where rivets would go, but it looks like there never was a plate put on it. The part# for the bell housing is 351686R1.
The part# for the block is 251341R2. The block has a casting code as follows, screw head, then 9, then S, then second screw head, no other # other than the 9. I took a couple more picturs from underneath the tractor, but it was a disposable camera and will be awhile 'fore I get them developed.
I will be there. I am looking forward to it.
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