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Old 07-13-2012, 05:38 PM
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Tractors

what breed do you prefer, have, or farm with.
Antiques or what

3 Farmall M's
1 Farmall Super C
1 John Deere A

Love my antiques
Restored all of them
Pull one M in the "stock class"
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Old 07-13-2012, 05:51 PM
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My wifes family has antiques and mostly John Deere
37' AR
38' A
? B
? D
There is a old Ford crank start in there somewhere.
These all get used on the hobby farm and local shows...

And I'm kinda looking to get a LI or a model 62. It's small and very versitle. Maybe someday I'll find one...
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Old 07-13-2012, 06:30 PM
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My blood s mainly red, although I either want a jd70 dsl or another jd a. Styled.
And or a 49-52 f1 Ford truck
Also like pre 39 tractors

My brother has one of the very first farmall regulars basically the mother of farmalls

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Old 07-13-2012, 07:34 PM
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Farmall 560
Farmall 706
Farmall 806
Farmall 400
I've been crankshaft deep in them all and got em all runnin like a dream, we still use them all on the farm Can't go wrong with the classics, so much simpler to work on. Id like to get my hands on an M soon

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Old 07-13-2012, 08:22 PM
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What? You mean other manufacturers started building tractors beside FORD?
Wow. Must be cheap take-offs.

I have a FORD 600! It's a tractor!

I also have a kubota 3130, but I call it a lawn mower because it's not a Ford.
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Old 07-14-2012, 03:23 AM
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Farmall 560
Farmall 706
Farmall 806
Farmall 400
I've been crankshaft deep in them all and got em all runnin like a dream, we still use them all on the farm Can't go wrong with the classics, so much simpler to work on. Id like to get my hands on an M soon

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806 dsl? Ill take that off your hands, and I have been crankshaft deep in mine too all new parts
Ill try to post some pictures of mine at some point, and have yet ever been to red power round up

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Old 07-14-2012, 03:24 AM
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What? You mean other manufacturers started building tractors beside FORD?
Wow. Must be cheap take-offs.

I have a FORD 600! It's a tractor!

I also have a kubota 3130, but I call it a lawn mower because it's not a Ford.
Now thats funny

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I have all antiques. Here is a link to my facebook page also

https://www.facebook.com/BeluschokAn...ctorCollection

1939 John Deere "A"
1940 Farmall "M"
1945 Silver King Model "42"
1945 Ford 2N
1946 Ford 2N
1948 Ford 8N
1952 Massey Harris "Pony"

Have a couple garden Tractors too but don't count them
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I have all antiques. Here is a link to my facebook page also

https://www.facebook.com/BeluschokAn...ctorCollection

1939 John Deere "A"
1940 Farmall "M"
1945 Silver King Model "42"
1945 Ford 2N
1946 Ford 2N
1948 Ford 8N
1952 Massey Harris "Pony"

Have a couple garden Tractors too but don't count them
Haha yeah all my stuff is on my Facebook but I deleted dramabook lol

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Yep, none currently for sale but if i do change my mind ill be sure to post up on here. If it aint RED its better off dead lol

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