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#76 Dave Central NY OFFLINE  

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Posted April 07, 2013 - 02:21 PM

I have a few Power King tractors around here,

Picture # 1  is a 2412  I picked up last week      Pic #2 is the first one I bought  a PK 1614 with tandem trans  Pic#3 is a Jim Dandy  with tandem transmission

Picture # 4 is a Group Picture                       Picture # 5 is  a 1967 Power King               Pic#  6 is another Jim Dandy.    The Fabric  building in the background is  full.  with a Montgomery Ward Squire and implements.

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Posted April 07, 2013 - 05:08 PM

I have a few Power King tractors around here,

Picture # 1  is a 2412  I picked up last week      Pic #2 is the first one I bought  a PK 1614 with tandem trans  Pic#3 is a Jim Dandy  with tandem transmission

Picture # 4 is a Group Picture                       Picture # 5 is  a 1967 Power King               Pic#  6 is another Jim Dandy.    The Fabric  building in the background is  full.  with a Montgomery Ward Squire and implements.

 

You have quite a collection! I would be lying is I said I was not envious of it!

 

Are you sure the one is a '67 though? I would say it is late 50s early 60s.



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Posted April 07, 2013 - 09:41 PM

I'm not sure of the year of any of them.   I had the serial numbers of all but the 24 12 written down  when I posted the pictures, but now I can't find the list ,



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Posted April 08, 2013 - 05:51 AM

I'm not sure of the year of any of them. I had the serial numbers of all but the 24 12 written down when I posted the pictures, but now I can't find the list ,


The list of the serial numbers from your tractors, or the list online that tells you the corresponding years? You can just google power king serial numbers and it comes up; I would post a link here but I am on my phone.

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Posted April 09, 2013 - 12:29 PM

Hi,

 

Here are some pics of a new addition to my habit.

 

It is a 1964 Economy Power KIng with a K331 engine. It is a good running original tractor that I found at a local garden tractor swap meet.

 

Chuck

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Posted August 02, 2013 - 03:31 AM

My 1956 National Tractor

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This is my first time looking through this section, after I made a post in the general section about an old friend that used to own a tractor that looked like yours, and lived in Boiceville, NY. I wonder if it could be the same??

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Posted August 15, 2013 - 10:31 AM

I suppose anything is possible.  I got it from a guy named Bill who is in Ghent NY.  That is about 1 hour from Boiceville, NY.  Lets not forget these things all look the same. LOL


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Posted August 17, 2013 - 10:48 PM

I wish I had more information about Mr. Grett's particulat tractor. You never know....!!!!



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Posted September 08, 2013 - 05:18 PM

Hello All,
Here's a couple photos of the 1618 and 1218. Hope you enjoy them.

Mike

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Posted October 11, 2013 - 04:11 PM

Hello I am a Sears tractor man but,My dad has a nice little 1974 Pk Jim Dandy Economy Tractor.He bought it from a member in he our club.I help him go after the tractor.It was in fare shap other than some nents in the hood.I came with the mowing deck but front pto chutch was bad.That wasn,t a problem he wasn,t having any plans of using it as a mower.He wanted a small tractor to plow and Disc his small back yard Garden spot.

   After getting it home he went on a RV Trip to Fla.When he got back home.Thats when he pulled it out of the tractor shed and gave it a good pressure washing getting it clean up and ready to tare it down and start restoring it.He thought that he was going toget out with new tire a couple of axel seals.And new Piant.The bad part after its much needed bath he drove it around to put it back in the shed.That when he heard a one big clunk.The Piston rod broke and busted the block just behide the starter.Well when he told me what had happend I felt realy bad for him.I mean  the point of tears coming out.Anyway he start looking for another engine.He found one of the new 14 Kohlers that wash freshly rebuild and realy good price.Only thing it would work it had the Vbottom mounts.Not the flat oil pan type he need.He went ahead with taking everthing apart getting it all strip down and read for sandblasting.Ordered the new seals and new clutch.He looked all around while working on what he could until he could find the engine.It turn out that his old buddy from across the street had a Older Gibson the the hydro drive had went out.He bought that tractor for the parts.hi friend gave it to him at a great deal.The engine ran but he didn,t want to have any problems down the line.He ordered new pistons,rod bearings gaskets and had the head and valve and block worked over.Only then the bolt pattern wasn,t the same as the bell housing on the trans.He had his race car engine building friend machine a addapter plate so that way it would line up and bolt up perfect.hE save the carb,and starter from thhe busted enging.Those will work with the new one.Now he has a new fresh engine.And it all good now.100_0005.jpg

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Posted October 11, 2013 - 04:12 PM

I hope I put this topic in the wright location.Still new to the group.Thanks



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Posted October 11, 2013 - 05:29 PM

Welcome to the PK club and wow, that is amazing!! It looks absolutely beautiful in every way.

 

Thanks for posting the photos and story! That was a lot of work.



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Posted November 03, 2013 - 09:44 PM

I just picked this up today:

 

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Posted November 13, 2013 - 10:07 PM

1959 Country Squire, serial #6210 painstakingly restored by my Dad.
 He's considering selling it.
 Any idea what it's worth?

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Posted November 13, 2013 - 10:19 PM

Nacho, Welcome to GTtalk. That is a great looking Country Squire you have there. I'm going to post your pictures for you here.

 

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