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Baker Snow Plows

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Baker snowplows were made in Springfield Illinios

http://www.badgoat.net/Old Snow Plow Equipment/Plow Equipment/Snow Plow Manufacturers/Baker Snow Plows/GW822H616-1.jpg

This Baker V plow is 10' wide and 7' 6" tall.
It is great condition and was probably not used much or in a part of the country where they didn't get big snow.


http://www.badgoat.net/Old Snow Plow Equipment/Plow Equipment/Snow Plow Manufacturers/Baker Snow Plows/GW839H629-2.jpg

It is well built in the lower half but lacks the support needed for big snow on the upper half.


http://www.badgoat.net/Old Snow Plow Equipment/Plow Equipment/Snow Plow Manufacturers/Baker Snow Plows/GW839H630-3.jpg

The tag reads No. 329 120
The 120 probably is the width.



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In 1922, a Linn company sales rep wrote the Chilton Co. and asked if they knew if anyone who built snowplows for tractor use, and they reccommended Good Roads of Kennett Square, PA and Baker.

Grew up down the street from the Linn tractor plant, where many relatives and neighbors once worked, and next door to a Linn/Frink Sno-plow/Walter truck agency. I do free look ups of serial numbers, photographic recognition and advise on any Linn related questions you might have, and generally like to locate/excavate/photograph/identify old iron for fun.


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