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Daron1965

I love the red tractors :wh:, but also love old tractors, and machines in general. 

What all do you guys have?  I would love to see pics.

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tunahead72

This old thread might get you started...

 

 

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Daron1965

Any old tractors, big or small. Hit n miss motors, etc. Just old.  

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ACman

Here’s mine 

 

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Stepney

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My ol' 1929 Maytag engine, and it's mate, a 1926 washer. Both were iron pile rescues. People at the fair love to see it in operation..

 

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My old Iron Dog, a 1968 Arctic Cat Panther, which has an original 12hp K series for power.

Dont really have any good photos of my other early stuff on hand. 

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Daron1965

That old washer looks great.  Brings back memories.  My grandmother had a little newer version of that.

Your restoration of them is spectacular.

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ebinmaine

 

 

 

 

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6wheeler

Here is my 1949 John Deere A with a Case Cenntenial plow.

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dalez

1950 Farmall H. Bought new by my grandfather.

 

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ClassicTractorProfessor

I’ve got several old iron projects waiting on line.

 

First one is a 1953 Case DC3 with the adjustable wide front. Bought this tractor from a good friend but it’s stuck and the cylinders are rusted pretty bad, so it just sits in the yard and looks pretty right now 

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After that we have my 1951 Farmall M. This tractor is very dear to me as it belonged to my best friend Rodger, who has since passed on

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Then we have our two Fords, Tasha’s is what we believe to be a late model 2N but has been fitted with a later model 8N side distributor engine, and mine is a 1949 8N

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Today I purchased a little brother to my big DC, was headed home and this 1942 SC just somehow found it’s way up on to the trailer

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Thats about it for the tractors, we also have a 1953 Farmall Super M with a single front wheel and factory LP, but I don’t have any pictures of it on this phone, and I don’t figure anyone wants to see the old half of a 9N carcass that’s laying out in the weeds by the barn 

 

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ebinmaine

Some neat machines in this thread!

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seuadr

here is my 63 oliver 550:

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oldest iron i have!

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tunahead72
On 6/26/2021 at 8:43 PM, ClassicTractorProfessor said:

... I don’t figure anyone wants to see the old half of a 9N carcass that’s laying out in the weeds by the barn

 

Wanna bet? :)

 

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ebinmaine
5 minutes ago, tunahead72 said:

 

Wanna bet? :)

 

Yeah bud. 

Me too.  

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ClassicTractorProfessor
1 hour ago, tunahead72 said:

 

Wanna bet? :)

 

 

1 hour ago, ebinmaine said:

Yeah bud. 

Me too.  

Ok you asked :lol:

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seuadr
11 hours ago, ClassicTractorProfessor said:

 

Ok you asked :lol:

 

 

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Inspectorjoe

My smallest and biggest. 1967 Lawn Ranger and 1942 Farrmall H distillate model with a factory wide front end.

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ClassicTractorProfessor
1 hour ago, Inspectorjoe said:

My smallest and biggest. 1967 Lawn Ranger and 1942 Farrmall H distillate model with a factory wide front end.

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Beautiful H, hope to add one to my collection someday. I love my old M but it is just too big to haul anywhere. 

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Inspectorjoe
10 minutes ago, ClassicTractorProfessor said:

Beautiful H, hope to add one to my collection someday. I love my old M but it is just too big to haul anywhere. 


Thanks, Bryce. I've wanted an H since I first drove one in 1975, when I was 15. Two years ago I got to thinking how short life really is, and decided to finally buy one.

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T-Mo

1940 Farmall H, runs good, just need some cosmetic love (and the gas tank cleaned and put back on)

1944 Farmall B with Henderson Midget loader.  I used this one a lot.

1944 Ford 2N.

1947 Farmall Cub (first year of the Cub).

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ClassicTractorProfessor

Added this 1949 A to the group last night, as well as another long frame Maytag 92 and a Maytag 19. Will try to get some pics of the Maytags tomorrow 

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