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Posted November 22, 2011 - 10:06 PM

Ok, gonna wait till morning.
Here's a picture of me rolling down the hill, because the batteries went dead.

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Posted November 22, 2011 - 10:09 PM

Is that you in the lower left-hand corner? LOL

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Posted November 22, 2011 - 10:17 PM

Is that you in the lower left-hand corner? LOL



No,no, right in the middle , doing a triple lutz

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Posted November 22, 2011 - 11:02 PM

I have seen discs like that before Maker could be long forgotten and possibly impossilel to determine. The wooden tongue leads me to believe it was originally horse drawn. As tractors came into use instead of horses. It was quite common for local blacksmiths to convert the implements for use with a tractor. After all the price of a tractor could be over a yrs income. So frugal farmers would use what implements they had. Especially during the depression, and during WWII many blacksmiths made a living converting rubber tired tractors to Steel due to Rubber Rationing for the war effort.
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Posted November 23, 2011 - 08:38 AM

I realize that they're not GT stuff, but was hoping someone could shed some
light on what I have here.
I might think about selling them, What might they be worth.
The plow is Mod# 10-8 Ser# 29265.


Those old Dearborn plows are sought after by the Ford tractor enthusiasts.

If you decide to sell it, a good place to list it (for free) is at: http://www.ntractorc...ums/ads/ads.htm

or: Farm Tractors For Sale Classified Ads - Yesterday's Tractor Co.

$250 -$350 is probably a realistic selling price for the plow.
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Posted November 23, 2011 - 12:18 PM

Looks just like the plow that Dad bought new in 1949 with his 8n. He bought the tractor, plow, disc, and cultivator for around $1800. He also said he traded in a team of horses. I can't remember the size of the plow though.




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