All right, nobody wants to go First, so I'll take the Leap.... I have a Lot of tractors I could Nominate for this honor but having just come in from plowing another 10 inches of snow with her, I'll have to Nominate My Working Girl "Little Bertha" She a 1951 David Bradley Super Model # 91757561. I Bought this tractor for $100 with a Blown motor, No hood and many other missing or damaged parts. I have since repowered her with a 5 HP Tecumseh from an old sears Snow Blower, gave her a new Clutch and even found her a New (Old) Hood. I have made several small Modifications to her to make her a little more user friendly and so she is anything but original but then "I Yam What I Yam" Not a Purist.
I think "Little Bertha" Deserves to be tractor of the month mainly because she is a True "Working Girl". Year 'Round . She has put my garden in for the past 4 years and has plowed me through many, many, many snowstorms, including this past one, without hesitation at all, when my other tractors & Snow blowers couldn't cut It. Believe it of not I have even used her to Push start my Farmall Super A once. This DB
Sure....She's Old, Rusty, Dented , Dirty, Loud and with only Two wheels & No reverse, In the eyes of some 4 wheel tractor owners, A Little Handicapped but she's got more Character than any Beautifully Restored "Show Girl" with 2 or 4 Wheels.
Well, that's my pitch for 'Little Bertha" I just think it would be Kinda neat to put the spotlight on a "Working Girl" for a change.... and so, as "My Good Very Best New Friend In The Whole World", Forest Gump Would say, " That's All I have To say About That."