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Posted March 19, 2010 - 08:17 PM

Hey, calling Mike to the podium. I know the guys here will freak out over your crawler project. How bout filling in the blanks for the guys! :thumbs:

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Posted March 19, 2010 - 09:13 PM

Dan, I'll get some more pics posted this weekend. I was going to post the Massey crawler, the Massey articulated and the narrow front Allis B-10. I should go take new pics of the crawler as I did get it painted last year.The articulated Massey I think I am going to redo. It is kind of crude although it did work and did look different. My current project is making an unstyled John Deere A using a 1933 Fairbanks Morse engine on it.
I have 2 more Massey 10 tractors to modify yet. I am leaning towards making one a high-crop tractor and then maybe a wheatland version. My goal is to have a whole series of Massey tractors built from the garden tractors to look like mini versions of farm tractors. I have one Massey 7 that might be made into an orchard tractor yet.

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Posted March 19, 2010 - 09:15 PM

Yes, indeed...we want pictures!

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Posted March 19, 2010 - 10:13 PM

Dan, I'll get some more pics posted this weekend. I was going to post the Massey crawler, the Massey articulated and the narrow front Allis B-10. I should go take new pics of the crawler as I did get it painted last year.The articulated Massey I think I am going to redo. It is kind of crude although it did work and did look different. My current project is making an unstyled John Deere A using a 1933 Fairbanks Morse engine on it.
I have 2 more Massey 10 tractors to modify yet. I am leaning towards making one a high-crop tractor and then maybe a wheatland version. My goal is to have a whole series of Massey tractors built from the garden tractors to look like mini versions of farm tractors. I have one Massey 7 that might be made into an orchard tractor yet.


Sounds like you have a whole lot of nice projects going on and planned. I would love to see ya post them and if you don't mind adding a couple descriptive paragraphs we can post them to the main part of the site with your permission of course.

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Posted March 20, 2010 - 06:23 AM

Yeah,that's a great little crawler.Post some pics of your dually MF10 also,if you would please.

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Posted March 20, 2010 - 06:31 AM

I have some pics in the custom tractor forum of 3 other projects. Should I keep them there or should I post them under the tractors by brands forum? I have a bunch of pics of non modified tractors to post also. Hope you guys like pics. I got a bunch of them. You can post them to the main part of the site if you want to.

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Posted March 20, 2010 - 07:53 AM

Well,they are custom,so they fit right in there.I never get tired of looking at your custom builds.




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