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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by stewedscrewdtattood, Nov 7, 2010.

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  1. stewedscrewdtattood
    Joined: Oct 20, 2006
    Posts: 408


    finally got a 48 farmall cub with a belly mower anyone else out there into old useful tractors
  2. international tractors; b414 with loader, yellow cub with snowplow,quick hitch, super A snow plow and syclebar, 4x4 Yanmar backhoe/ loader, and a model A doodle bug.
  3. todd47chev
    Joined: Apr 7, 2009
    Posts: 4


    I have a 1953 Ford Golden Jubilee that belonged to my Grandfather. My Dad has a 1959 Ford 641 Workmaster that his Uncle bought new. I have some distances pictures in one of my picture albums.
  4. JimSibley
    Joined: Jan 21, 2004
    Posts: 3,267


    1948 ford, 9n. Its as close to a hotrod tractor as Ive seen. Got it torn down for a new paintjob right now. Just rebuilt the banger motor last week.

  5. These are not mine but our club was invited to a guys place to see his collection of cars,,the tractors were in one of the three buildings. HRP


    It was hard to get a idea of just how big this tractor is but I convinced my granddaughter to climb up to the drivers seat.

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  6. old tractors are cool, and i have a couple but this thread is going to be closed real soon....
  7. Why,,they have engines,,they are old and they have tires,,true not hot rods or customs,,but they are nothing if not traditional!:) HRP
  8. buddy of mine put a v8 60 in a ford 8n. open exhaust it's a hot rod!
  9. well some could be rodded, but still not what we do here thats what we have tractor boards for and there are some good ones out there, if the wife would let me i would hot rod the 38 farmall i currently have as yard art. but she seems to think its not a good idea, im not sure why....
  10. This is one of my little tractors. My mom's uncle built it in the late 60's with plans from a magazine. Also just picked up a John Deere 265 mower for a $100 that aparently didn't work, so far just cleaned it and air up the tires and found a broken shift arm nothing else seems wrong.
  11. No Cents
    Joined: Feb 28, 2009
    Posts: 331

    No Cents

    48 Farmall M and a 51 8N.
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  12. ffr1222k
    Joined: Nov 5, 2009
    Posts: 1,169


    I have a Farmall 140 with a belly mower.
  13. Ob1
    Joined: Jan 21, 2010
    Posts: 411


    I have 2; a greymarket Mitsubishi{seen in the upper right} and this little oddity, a 1980 Hines H1600. Both are used in motorcycle trail construction and maintenance.

  14. lawman
    Joined: Sep 19, 2006
    Posts: 2,665


    This was covered last week but I love the new pictures. (Tom Tired Old Man))
  15. Philbilly
    Joined: Dec 21, 2008
    Posts: 1,294


    I've always thought about buying an old Ford 8n. One of my buddies has a big Minneapolis Moline. Not sure what year though.
  16. KJSR
    Joined: Mar 7, 2008
    Posts: 2,405

    from Utah
    1. Utah HAMBers

    1951 Ford 8n...the only Ford I own....cut a circular drive with it this weekend!
  17. bobjob55
    Joined: May 23, 2009
    Posts: 327


    I have been a tractor mechanic for over 35 years now ..used to refurbish & manufacturer antique tractor parts .. there is a whole lot of strange old tractors out there that the old guys have came up with thru the ages . i could hardly believe the strange mods they had ..wish i still had the pics ..
  18. Abone29
    Joined: Mar 20, 2007
    Posts: 234


    I have a 53 Ford Golden Jubilee that I have owned for about 15 years.It still runs fine and is always ready to work.Does great box blade work,better than my Kubota!!
  19. J Man
    Joined: Dec 11, 2003
    Posts: 4,132

    J Man
    from Angola, IN

    I have a 8N, it will eventually get a V8
  20. If your into hotrods and tractors, take a look at a '38 Minneapolis Moline UDLX... full fendered tractor, cab and 45ish mph!
  21. these 53' NAA "golden jubilee" models seem to be kinda popular. my 53' is about 90% restored. great machines.
  22. 29AV8
    Joined: Jan 12, 2009
    Posts: 222


    Does a Cub Cadet 100 count. my father bought it new in 1968.. still in the family
  23. nailhead terry
    Joined: Mar 23, 2008
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    nailhead terry

    Man I have an odd one for you 1959 john deer 444 factory Detroit diesel 253 supercharged 2 stroke 6000 rpm no problem screaming jimmy !!
  24. The37Kid
    Joined: Apr 30, 2004
    Posts: 28,062


    Henry Ford built his first tractor with car parts, he grew up on a farm and really had no love for it. Making tractors made farming easier, allowed more free time, time to buy and drive a Model T. Kids tried to make T's go faster, and the "Hot Rod" was born. :D
  25. ClayPigeonKiller
    Joined: Mar 3, 2010
    Posts: 203


    There is an 8n running around Southeast SD with a 390 FE, well built, and open exhaust. It was used back in the day for push-starting sprints and modifieds. I've seen it running around at a few antique tractor shows.

  26. Belchfire8
    Joined: Sep 18, 2005
    Posts: 1,541


    Just bought oil and filter for my '39 Allis Chalmers. the only problem is that the tractor is 550 miles away at deer camp. Near our camp is an abandoned farm with more than a dozen old tractors including three steel wheelers, one's a Fordson. Old tractors are fun!
  27. 1950Effie
    Joined: Sep 30, 2006
    Posts: 798

    from no where

    '39 Super M Farmall
  28. xhotrodder
    Joined: Jul 2, 2009
    Posts: 1,610


    Got a friend that has this on his farm. He has more, but this is the only one that I photographed.

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  29. nowaxn5
    Joined: Apr 15, 2007
    Posts: 813


    My '52 8n. I love it! yes, there was another tractor loaded behind the axles

  30. dana barlow
    Joined: May 30, 2006
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    dana barlow
    from Miami Fla.
    1. Y-blocks

    Had one,but some crook took it.
    I had fun with it in the 1960's running around the fields Just up from Butter Milk Falls NY, it was a Hubber fourwheel drive ,steelspiked wheels made around the 1920's that was still on my great aunt's fram in mid state NY,very hilly fram,but some one stold it off the fram in about the 1970's when my aunt was sick and not home. There very super rare,so the bum that took it knows not to show it any were I guess.
    Love to fine out more about that one.:cool:
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