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Mac-A-Mac or Little Rapids Lumber Co. of John E. Johnston of Pt. Leyden, they may possibly be one of two "WA" 60 hp Waukesha powered Linns later aquired by Emporium Luber Co. of Cranberry Lake, wand possibly the # 290 in stripped down when last rebuilt with c. 1941 GMC truck cab and engine and 1930's Mack truck parts (front axle, brakes, etc.) shown elsewhere in this forum.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzbCW5Vsb_A
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.