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  1. This has been sold at our public auction
  2. FOR SALE: All items are for this 1928 engine which we have known as a Graham Brothers Senior Six. Still runs, easy starter, presently, since 1947, in configuration of a farm tractor. Will sell complete or as parts. Have spare transmission and power takeoff unit. This was originally part of Hershey PA city bus and then converted to be used as a farm truck until right after WWII, in 1947 my Dad made it into the farm tractor that it presently is. It’s been in the family since sometime back in the ‘30’s. Having grown up with it and maintaining it through the years has been a fun thing. I’m retired and downsizing and need to pass it on to someone else. There’s much more information I can give if someone wants to know more about it. Pictures on request. Email: onewhitegoose@embarqmail.com
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    FOR SALE: All items are for this 1928 engine which we have known as a Graham Brothers Senior Six. Still runs, easy starter, presently, since 1947, in configuration of a farm tractor. Will sell complete or as parts. Have spare transmission and power takeoff unit, not pictured. This was originally part of Hershey PA city bus and then converted to be used as a farm truck until right after WWII, in 1947 my Dad made it into the farm tractor that it presently is. It’s been in the family since sometime back in the ‘30’s. Having grown up with it and maintaining it through the years has been a fun thing. I’m retired and downsizing and need to pass it on to someone else. There’s much more information I can give if someone wants to know more about it.
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    28 super 6

    FOR SALE: All items are for this 1928 engine which we have known as a Graham Brothers Senior Six. Still runs, easy starter, presently, since 1947, in configuration of a farm tractor. Will sell complete or as parts. Have spare transmission and power takeoff unit, not pictured. This was originally part of Hershey PA city bus and then converted to be used as a farm truck until right after WWII, in 1947 my Dad made it into the farm tractor that it presently is. It’s been in the family since sometime back in the ‘30’s. Having grown up with it and maintaining it through the years has been a fun thing. I’m retired and downsizing and need to pass it on to someone else. There’s much more information I can give if someone wants to know more about it.