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Author Topic: want to know value- M2 canvas top assembly  (Read 2434 times)
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« on: July 13, 2007, 01:19:09 PM »

My son has acquired a NOS canvas top assembly for a Medium M2 High-Speed Tractor.
The top was manufactured by the Cleveland Auto Top & Trimming Co. & the packing list notes "Contract W 303- Ord. 1399, Production Order T 3614."
This complete set (7 pieces) is still all neatly folded as the day it was packaged.  Can anyone offer an idea as to its value?
I can attempt to get photos but I am uncertain as to how to post same (computer-related activity is not my stong suit!).
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« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2007, 09:24:04 PM »

Quote from: "David"
I can attempt to get photos but I am uncertain as to how to post same (computer-related activity is not my stong suit!).

David, It really has gotten easier in recent years to upload/post photos.  There are lots of alternatives, here's one:
Go to photobucket dot com (it's free) and open an account.  Then follow their instructions to upload photos from your computer.  Copy the [IMG] URL for the photo you want to post, and just paste it into your message.  Preview your message and you will see it there.

I can't help with valuation, but others here might be able to help you there.
Good luck.
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« Reply #2 on: July 19, 2007, 06:50:36 AM »

Hello David

   Is this something that you are going to sell :?: More than likely there are people out there hunting a top, I know that I'm one of them. I have a set of top bows,thought that would be the hard part.As far as value, I can't help you there. I never have seen one for sale myself. I had called Beechwood cavas sometime back to inquire about a top. They didn't have a clue what it looked like,and they make tops for military vehicle collectors. I'll just throw this idea out there to you, you may want to look into using that top for a pattern and find someone who can reproduce them to sell to collectors. I don't know what the market would be, but you never know there seems to be more of these tractors showing up.
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