Photos: Central Washington Ag Museum “Tuesday Crew” – Painting a 1942 International Cab

Central Washington Ag Museum “Tuesday Crew” –
Painting a 1942 International Cab.

Report & photos by Clay Graham / CegPics.com

Odo has been working on getting a 1942 International K6 cab ready for paint. He primered it last Tuesday. Today he sanded the cab and shot paint on it. I took a photo of the chassy, fenders and grill to show what the cab will go on.

Steve has been working on a John Deere Crawler. Today it was pulled in half. He told me the clutch and brake pedals were froze together. He got everything broke loose and was waiting parts.

Kent worked on removing a sickle mower from a 1947? Leader since the tractor did not have a way to run it anymore.

As we were there, a semi truck with a brand new John Deere excavator came in and picked up a very old Avery tractor. I was told it was heading to the Mid-west to it’s new owner. Not sure if the two pieces of equipment are going to the same place.

Volunteers are always needed at the Central Washington Ag Museum if you would like to help.

Here are some photos of volunteering at the Central Washington Ag Museum:

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