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Thread: RD6 with blade

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    Default RD6 with blade

    5ECB48D8-6AC4-452B-8B61-F7468A05AE59.jpgThis poor thing is in the scrap yard waiting to be rescued. Hoping someone here might have some interest. Itís just not something Im interested in. Itís all there and has a good undercarriage. If you have any questions I will find out anything I can about it. Itís just down the road from me. Matching serial numbers. Iím not sure of the price but I remember he wanted. somewhere around $2,500.00 Serial # 2H3262
    Located in Castroville Ca. I have no idea of why the pics come out sideways. Also a pain even looking at them from my smart phone. I havenít been on here for a while. Guess Iím doing something wrong. If anybody is interested in the tractor maybe private message is better??
    Maybe we can save this tractor. 71A35185-A3B2-48AA-BB25-B2986C6C729C.jpg
    Last edited by TractorDon; 02-20-2020 at 12:23 PM.

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    Looks great from here.
    Thirty PS4051
    Gas 35's
    Diesel 35
    Diesel 40
    Gas 50's 5A
    Diesel 50 1E1755
    Diesel 75
    D6100 power unit 4C9144
    D 8800 power unit 9J 6113SP
    RD4
    D4 7J & 7U
    R4 4G
    D2 5u & 3J
    212 9T
    LeTourneau D4 tournapull/Q Carryall
    Letourneau D Carryall's
    LaPlant-Choate CAB-97.
    Henry G1 hyd pan

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    do you have any more pictures.
    pictures sale or save cats

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    I will get more pictures shortly. I am rescuing a D4 from the same place.

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    Serial Number also, Please

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    That looks like a great restoration project. The last time I went to the local scraper, he had a D4 7U dozer sitting there. I slapped myself in the face and walked away before I got too tempted. Such is life with an addiction. Grant.

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    Hey Tractor Don, are you interested in rescuing a D4 trackscavator with both blade and bucket???? It is WW2 vintage and a major project but pretty cool. I dont want to send it to the scraper. Grant.

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    grantj
    pictures and serial # makes all of the difference

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    I have been fighting with photos programs ever since I changed over to windows 10. Sure as heck isnt an improvement. I will get the serial number tomorrow. Grant.

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    Grant J. Where is it? Any pics?
    Thank you

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