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Discussion in 'Farming and Gardening Forum' started by fwgsaw, Mar 23, 2017.

  1. fwgsaw

    fwgsaw don't call me i will call you!!

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    IMG_20170322_163908854.jpg took a pic of this old girl yesterday while driving thru Sidney MT. It's actually a Mineapolis Moline branded as a Massy Ferguson
     
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    Still used the old super c in the strawberries up until 7 years ago. Now she just sits in a barn until I feel like looking at her. The 3010 was restored around the same time and sits around too. We have 2 4010's that still get used in the strawberries and other areas. IMG_5926.JPG IMG_0774.JPG
     
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    Traded my old WD 45 Allis Chalimers for a 3010 , about 1969-70. many hours on it until 1992.
     
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    I get to see that tractor everytime we go through Sydney.

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    John Deere 40!
     
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    I think its a 1969 Cub Cadet? Not really sure.
     
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    Just found this thread! What makes em an antique? Mine still work around the house. Not eight hours a day, but bush hog and skid logs, Joe.

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    Sold the old Ford, it was a 57 640 so I could get a new tractor, :). Got the Massey 135 it's a 66, a lot newer than the Ford, Joe.
     
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    Here's the last one I restored. Not really an antique, but still had several birthdays. Sandblasted all the sheetmetal and recoated with epoxy primer and single stage polyurethane. Working on a MF 135
    orchard now.
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    Wanna do mine next? That's pretty, Joe.
     
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    Well since you guys talking about tractors we are looking for some 50 Ferguson parts from tyranny back or a whole one for parts thanks

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    Does anybody know where i could find an old G or even an A John deere running or not cheap as possible

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    Can anyone guess what this is? :D
     
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    Axle hub on a international?

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    My boss at a nursery I used to work for restored this to near-mint condition.
    When I took this photo, the face in the hub jumped out at me! :)
    Actually, if I recall correctly, it's a Farmall.

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    That's a nice Tractor. I had an M for many years. If you want to get in shape, put a loader on it and go pick rocks and fill the loader up. I think they used gasoline to cool the engine down though. Did almost all our field work with it though. We thought we were really something when we bought a 4020 JD. Love the old open cab tractors. I would really like to get some of the old JD and IH crawlers. When I was 14 I bought a really nice D4. I bought it with a broken valve and totally rebuilt the engine. Should have never sold it. 070511134448.jpg

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    TNTreeHugger, Beautiful M Farmall! Wish I had it!!
     
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    Not mine... swiped it off google search... just wanted to show what the one my boss had looked like.
     
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    No, problem, still wish I had it!! ( been many years )
     
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    Well I do not know if my pictures will show up since they are all on Photo Bucket and I didn't get them off in time but will try.

    I have a nice collection of Massey Harris tractors from a 1938 101 to a 1957 555 diesel. A 1961 Allis D 17 and a 1965 Ford 5000 gas.

    1951 44 gas single front wheel, dad placed second.

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    1953 33 gas NF dad pulling it placed 4th.

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    1954 Pacer (model 16)

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    1951 30 NF.

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    1944 101 Junior NF.

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    1957 55 diesel.

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    1949 55 gas.

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    Top 1942 model 81.
    Bottom 1954 Pacer

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    Top 1938 101.
    Bottom 1953 butane

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    Top 1948 model 20.
    bottom 1951 22 standard
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    1961 Allis D17

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    Top 1952 Mustang (model 23) Also have a 1953 model.
    Bottom 1956 333 gas.

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    Not showen 1951 44 standard, 1952 44 special diesel, Second 1943 model 81, 1949 Pony.
    1965 Ford 5000 gas
    I may have missed some.


    :D Al
     

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