I like tractors not only for a hobby but since I live out on a farm I find owning some tractors is useful. I know I'm not alone, others like tractors also so post up some of yours. This is my 1954 Allis Chalmers WD45. I've owned this tractor for over 20 years and used it to do such tasks as working and seeding our CRP acres. I've pulled our 14 foot disk over many acres with it and it's a gutsy little tractor. I find it doesn't run out of power when pulling the disk but when the going gets tough it runs out of traction and will start spinning out, that could be why I see old pictures of these old Allis's with duel wheels on them. Pulling the 3 bottom snap couple plow that I bought at the same farm auction as the tractor reminds me of the days when we used to plow a lot of acres with out 4020 John Deere pulling the 5 bottom semi-mounted plow with the breaker bar that was like adding another bottom so it pulled like a 6 bottom. No matter how many weights we added to the front of the 4020 it would rear up when the pulling got tough with the front end pointing toward the sky and steering with the brakes. I left the WD45 over at our other place while I had my hip replaced and even though I had a bucket over the exhaust moisture got down into the engine and seized it. Once I got to where I could get around I hauled the WD45 home on my O/T 1972 Ford flatbed truck then all that winter I sprayed PB Blaster into the cylinders one week and Fluid Film into them the next week then I rocked the tractor back and forth 100 times in high gear each week. By spring I had the engine free and running great, the cold start video was filmed after that. I went on my first tractor ride last summer driving my friend's 1941 M Farmall. He knew that I'd never been on an organized tractor ride so he thought I should give them a try. I had a lot of fun ant took a video of that also, I enjoy videos. He asked me the other day if I was looking forward to another tractor ride this summer. Cold startup on a winter day. The WD45 has always started great as long as you shut off the gas and let it run out of gas when you shut it down. If you don't do that and don't start the tractor for a couple of weeks it won't run on the old gas that has been sitting in the carburetor. My first tractor ride, that's my friend in front of me in the video on another one of his Oliver tractors. I always shut the fuel off when I shut the WD45 down so it will start good, fuel seems to get old fast sitting in it's carburetor.