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« on: August 17, 2005, 01:24:02 PM »

Guys, I just got the below email from a guy in Texas who ran into some MG Cletracs. Immediate action is necessary to save these.


[see below email]

Wed Aug 17 13:56:36 PDT 2005
Sender:   "Randy White"<>
Subject:    RE: MGs

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Thank You for quickness
Yes they are military tractors. They are all in different conditions. One
from the Army (complete as far as I can tell), one from the Air Force
(cylinder head, carb, radiator, hood missing for sure), the third one (do
not know where it is from yet) has been kept in a building (might even run ?). I will get more details and e-mail you with them. The owner will want to know about what price range they would be in.

-----Original Message-----
From: Blake []
Sent: Wednesday, August 17, 2005 12:47 PM
To: Randy White
Subject: Re: MGs

Are you talking about military tractors? Yes, there is definitely a market for them. Don't cut them up!

Please give me a few more details.


On Wed Aug 17 09:35:29 PDT 2005, Randy White <>

        I do junk removal in Seguin Texas (35 miles east of San
Antonio). On the old farm I an cleaning up there are three MGs that the owner wants gone. Is there a market for them, or should I just cut them up for scrap?
A quick response would be appreciated.
Thank You
Randy White
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