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|clueless||Two Chrysler-badged tractors have shown up, almost certainly descendants of the prewar/WWII/postwar CO-OPs #2 and #3, their updates B-2Sr,B-3, D-3, or clones of the Custom Tractor Mfg Co/Harry A Lowther Co models that continued the Chrysler-Cptn running gear design (Custom, Lehr, Wards exc twin-row, Jumbo, Simpsons Jumbo, Love, Friday, Norseman, Rockol, Regal, OMC, Clossen/Wilson etc).
If anyone here has seen, heard of, or knows anything about Chrysler-badged tractors, whether display models, customised rigs or working models, would deeply appreciate a reply here or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Many thxx!!