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BlackCoffin

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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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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.





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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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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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.



1953 33 gas NF dad pulling it placed 4th.



1954 Pacer (model 16)



1951 30 NF.



1944 101 Junior NF.



1957 55 diesel.



1949 55 gas.



Top 1942 model 81.
Bottom 1954 Pacer



Top 1938 101.
Bottom 1953 butane


Top 1948 model 20.
bottom 1951 22 standard


1961 Allis D17



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



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


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