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I am trying to get in contact with the owners of the Allison powered UB puller. My son would like to build a model of this tractor for a 4H project. We built the Ertl G1000 for the electric classes last year. This year we are building a nitro powered machine. He saw a couple of pictures of the UB while doing research, and he decided he would like to build a replica of it. Unfortunately models of this machine are hard to find and even harder to afford. We are in central Indiana, and it is my understanding that the family that owns it, I believe their name is Bend, are in central Illinois. We would love the opportunity to come get some good close up pictures and measurements to scratch build a body for his puller. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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