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RUMBLEFISH
I just joined and wanted to show you my 64 wards early B-10. I purchased this off an older fella who bought it new. I have had it since May of this year and plan on doing some work on her over this winter so will have questions. I am also picking up a snow thrower for her this Tuesday if the deal works out. Thanks for looking [IMG]http://i33.tinypic.com/121y7fk.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i37.tinypic.com/jz6t1l.jpg[/IMG]

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cojo92
Welcome to the club Rick! Thats a nice B-10 you got yourself! watch out after you start digging into one you'll find yourself bring more home with you. THIS IS A DISEASE! HAHAA :D Mike

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johnmonkey
Nice tractor, the Wards were orange at that time and then switched to a gold color. I have a 1963 Montgomery Wards Garden Mark squire and she is orange. The deck was gold, but I painted it white. jh

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perry
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Originally posted by johnmonkey
Nice tractor, the Wards were orange at that time and then switched to a gold color. I have a 1963 Montgomery Wards Garden Mark squire and she is orange. The deck was gold, but I painted it white. jh
uh? i thought they where allways gold. is that a orange/yellow color ?. welcome to the club 8D.

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SimpleTom
I agree. That is not a Wards at all. Just an Allis Chalmers early B-10. The early Wards Squires were identical to the Simplicity 700/725 and were orange. The next generation Wards Squires were identical to the Simplicity Landlord and were a bronze/gold color. Tom

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RUMBLEFISH
Well I thought it was a Wards due to the front grill. Is there someplace I can look to make sure what it is??? [IMG]http://i38.tinypic.com/2f0cbrd.jpg[/IMG] I dont see any other decals on the tractor so I assumed it was a Wards. Perhaps its a one off worth tens of thousands of dollars?? The bidding would start asap it that was the case.:D

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