County full track rare??

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County full track rare??

Postby Vulgunx » Sun May 12, 2013 9:55 pm

One been listed on ebay 230980044492 are they rare any one have a pictures of one close up :) i kinda fancy investing to give the dexta a friend :)
Owner of a 1961 fordson dexta restyled model :)
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Re: County full track rare??

Postby Aussie Frank » Mon May 13, 2013 11:56 am

Hi,

I think the serial number plate says it all. Serial Number 8757. My E27N crawler is about serial number 2400 and it is one of the last E27N crawlers as it is a late 1951 model although I have heard that the E27Ns were assembled in Australia for a while longer.

I don't know if there was any sudden increase in production with the E1A Major, so depending on how old the skid unit in the auction is, it may be one of the last made.

It is certainly not a common machine. That one looks like it would need some serious attention, but at the current price I would not think twice. I paid a lot more for mine, it was minus engine too, and I ended up buying a truck to get it home on top of that. You have to love crawlers though. They are not the most practical machines for general shows and certainly won't do road runs :wink:

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Re: County full track rare??

Postby BarryM » Thu May 16, 2013 10:36 am

Hi,

Serial No. 8757 would be a 1957 model and probably a Mark 3.
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