I picked this up almost 2 years ago and have had it tucked away waiting for time to restore it. I have been gathering information on it ever since and now have the original manual, brochures, price lists etc. I have also been in contact with Jerome who restored his and have gotten some great tips and info that will help me with mine. I already have a local metal house set to manufacture new track pads. I also have a list of new parts including bearings, belts and drive chain that I need to order. It's on the lift and I have started to dis-assemble it. I know I have some metal in the bottom of the body that will need to be cut out and replaced once I get it sandblasted. Like Jerome I plan on running rubber on the track pads. My goal is to have this done for the Fall Festival in September at the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association Museum in Kent, CT. We'll see what happens.
Edited by fireman, March 03, 2014 - 06:34 PM.