Tractors & Implements
Mar 28, 2014 11:51 AM | sdevine in Tractors & Implements
Garden tractor restoration can be accomplished with a little bit of mechanical knowledge, a lot of will power, and a passion to bring things to life. Stephen dives into the world of garden tractors, with the restoration of a 1949 David Bradley. Whether...
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Oct 16, 2013 07:06 PM | IamSherwood in Tractors & Implements
Most people, if asked what color a Massey Ferguson is, would answer Red. But some of the rarest and most unique are painted Industrial Yellow. These are pure magic to me and here is my story of how I acquired one of the rarest.
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Nov 02, 2012 02:53 PM | olcowhand in Tractors & Implements
I bought this tractor from member "Dryrun" back on Nov 13th, 2010. Missing the entire engine, head & tail lights, pto parts, one rear fender (which I have a spare), and the variable sheave drive has been welded tight! I gave $100, which is high I k...
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Mar 01, 2012 10:00 PM | olcowhand in Tractors & Implements
The restoration of this Bush Hog D4-10 garden tractor started in January of 2009, and I finished in September of 2011.
She is broken all down but that's as far as I've gotten. I have today begun some sandblasting & priming of the parts that will be painted white.
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Dec 22, 2010 10:00 PM | jdcrawler in Tractors & Implements
I got the Agricat about 5-years ago and it ( and the Lindeman ) are mainly just for show now. I do get them out and play a little once in a while but I don't work either one very much at all. As far as how rare it is .. I have seen about 7 Agricats over the last 8-years ( this being one of those) Most were the Model-F ( about a foot longer than this ) and a couple were the model-C like this.
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Dec 05, 2010 09:19 AM | NUTNDUN in Tractors & Implements
Article by: Gene Preston (GTtalk Member Super 982) - Rochester, NY This is a story I believe GTtalk readers will enjoy as much as I did preparing it. It is a story about a little red garden tractor that was rescued from a life of abuse. It had been...
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Nov 28, 2010 01:15 PM | NUTNDUN in Tractors & Implements
I was at the Fawn Grove Olde Tyme Days Fall Show 2010 walking around taking pictures of all the different tractors that made their appearance just like I always do. Some know that I have grown quite fond of the IH Cub Cadet garden tractors over the las...
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Nov 28, 2010 08:31 AM | NUTNDUN in Tractors & Implements
Article By: Jim Hanna My story goes back to the spring of 2005. I was visiting with good friend Gene Preston and our conversation led the subject of Simplicity and Allis-Chalmers garden tractors that he remembered being used in the area. Gene being a...
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Nov 14, 2010 08:34 AM | DH1 in Tractors & Implements
I picked up this 1966 Massey Ferguson MF10 garden tractor last winter from a friend, at the time I was looking for a parts tractor and he had a complete one plus another in pieces. When I picked it up noticed some different features mainly narrow wheel...
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Aug 09, 2010 01:29 PM | Petenpole in Tractors & Implements
Back in April I was offered a chance to have a Panzer GT given to me if I were to restore one for a friend of my fathers. Trust me when I say nothing in life is free, I am a living testament to that. In the process of getting the friends and mine hom...
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