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Braden

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  • Birthday 03/21/1935

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  1. I have a 1914 Maxwell model 25 that a gentelman started to make a tractor out of useing a model A ford rear end.I purchased it after he passed away.It was stored inside and is in good shape. I will sell all or parts. Includes radiator and cap, complete engine and transmision with all parts, front axel,axel hubs and caps,steering box and column,steering wheel, frame which has been cut off in back, clutch and brake pedals. Email megosier@verizon.net Location, Watertown N.Y.State USA
  2. 1912-14 Maxwell frame with the following, radiator and cap, engine complete with hand crank, mag, carb, fan, exhaust pipe, transmission with yoke, both pedals, clutch assembly, steering column with levers, steering wheel (wood missing), front axel, tie rods, spring, spindles, hubs, hub caps. Some original black paint on engine. Engine turns and has compression. Has been stored inside. Was sold by estate of elderly man. Frame cut off in rear, no rear axel or cross member, frame length is 93”. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p> </o:p> Believe he was going to make a doodle bug out of it as it came with a Model T truck rear end which is not for sale. Would like to sell as a unit. If not sold as a unit I will part it out. Serial number of block is 10168. Head is 0-D779-1-DF2. Also DF2 on rear engine casting. Contact Joe at 315-782-4118 or email megosier@verizon.net Will email pictures upon request. I am not certain of the year. Hope you can determine that from numbers I provided.
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