Topic: Re: Is this 200 block repairable
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I am not seeing the 2-Point Hitch yoke. The oversize tires indicate a pulling tractor so it will have a pulling hitch. The rear rims are not stock, notice the wedges. Scrap price at the max and you will not be getting much. He gave up on it because it was not cost effective to repair the cracked engine. I assure you that he would already have fixed the crack if it could be fixed. FYI there were no 1952 200 Farmalls. All were made in 1955. The grill says 200 but I would want to see the serial number. It may be an SC with a 200 grill.
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