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Ford Tractors: Difference between a 9N, 2N, and 8N – Antique Tractor Blog

Ford Tractors: Difference between a 9N, 2N, and 8N – Antique Tractor Blog


what your tractor is.   But sometimes, you might have to settle for a 19N (9+2+8)  that’s what my family jokingly calls an N-series tractor that, over the years, has gained features from each model rather than staying true to it’s specific characteristics. The beauty of N-series tractors is
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How do I find out what year my International tractor is? – Antique Tractor Blog

How do I find out what year my International tractor is? – Antique Tractor Blog


How do I find out what year my International tractor is? 06/20/2008 2 Comments Written by Suzette Thomas If the serial number tag is missing you can estimate the year by when the castings were made. The bigger castings such as transmission, rearend, clutch housings, rear wheel castings, front…
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What year is my Massey Harris? – Antique Tractor Blog

What year is my Massey Harris? – Antique Tractor Blog


What year is my Massey Harris? 06/30/2008 2 Comments Written by Suzette Thomas To tell the approximate year of 33, 44 etc. without serial numbers look underneath the tractor where front cast frame bolts to transmission there will be a raised casting date, this will be the date the frame was made.

12 Fun Things To Do with Your Antique Tractor – Antique Tractor Blog

12 Fun Things To Do with Your Antique Tractor – Antique Tractor Blog


…friends. Go overboard and plow up the entire yard? That’s what seeding implements are for. 3. Start a small business delivering brides to the altar at outdoor, rustic weddings. This trend is really catching on – contact a local wedding planner to get…
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What is your tractor’s story? – Antique Tractor Blog

What is your tractor’s story? – Antique Tractor Blog


What is your tractors story? 04/06/2011 Leave a Comment Written by Suzette Thomas Last year’s photo contest was a big hit and left many people asking for more tractor stories. So this year we will be hosting a tractor stories contest. Did you find a rusty tractor that needed restoration? Did…

My Old Tractor and Me – Antique Tractor Blog

My Old Tractor and Me – Antique Tractor Blog


…By the way that is my dog in the fore ground. She was a red tick hound and her name, of course, was of course  Freckles. This is my current Cub at one time I owned seven. This was the first one I bought and have owned it for more than 30 years. It is a 57 and to my way of thinking was…
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Tractor Stories – My Fair Allis – Antique Tractor Blog

Tractor Stories – My Fair Allis – Antique Tractor Blog


…I got up very early to go on a roadtrip with my Grandfather to go to my uncles and pick up his latest stalled project. An Allis Chalmers that he had pulled from the bottom of a scrap pile on his neighbours place, determined to make it run again. As is the case with all of us, there just wasn't…

What’s the Big Deal with the Allis Chalmers G? – Antique Tractor Blog

What’s the Big Deal with the Allis Chalmers G? – Antique Tractor Blog


…G is a real head-turner. Even people who aren’t “tractor people” notice these interesting machines. More than any other tractor in the AC line, the G has a huge fan club. One farmer near my home has 40 of them! The G features a really innovative design that allows the farmer to see what he’s…
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Buyer Beware: What to Look for when Purchasing an Antique Tractor – Antique Tractor Blog

Buyer Beware: What to Look for when Purchasing an Antique Tractor – Antique Tractor Blog


…smells like diesel fuel. This could be a sign of an injection pump that is leaking into the crank case. Thin engine oil wears out the engine fast and is a big red flag. * Black silicone on the tires. I mentioned this in my previous post, but it’s worth repeating  look over the tires…
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What’s so special about the $40 K Farmall H? – Antique Tractor Blog

What’s so special about the $40 K Farmall H? – Antique Tractor Blog


…are loved by many (my dad included  here’s his story), but I’ve never heard of one selling for more than $9,000  and that one was something really special. Even a great restoration rarely brings more than $5,000. What makes this tractor so special is highly original condition.…
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Happy New Year! – Antique Tractor Blog

Happy New Year! – Antique Tractor Blog


…no way I would be the mechanic I am today if it wasn’t for my dad, grandpa, and family friends giving generously of their time to teach me. You can do the same for a young person you know! How about you  what are your tractor-related New Year’s Resolutions? Share yours in the comments below.

Tractor Stories – 1960 Farmall 560 – Antique Tractor Blog

Tractor Stories – 1960 Farmall 560 – Antique Tractor Blog


…Comment Written by Suzette Thomas This is my Dad's 1960 Farmall 560, Dad bought this tractor sometime in the late 1990's, he lived in town and used the tractor in various different jobs, He was a general contractor by trade. As Dad was getting up in years it didn't get used as much, One…
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IH McCormick W-6 Looking Like New Again – Antique Tractor Blog

IH McCormick W-6 Looking Like New Again – Antique Tractor Blog


…Comment Written by Suzette Thomas  This photo is my Fathers 1951 McCormick W6. It was my fathers hook and pull tractor for many years until he retired from farming. The tractor ended in the corner of the shed, looking well used for more than 25 years. I just couldnt let it sit there with the…

Tractor Stories – John Deere 50 – Antique Tractor Blog

Tractor Stories – John Deere 50 – Antique Tractor Blog


…some 50 years later I finally got one of my own. A john Deere 50 . Took it apart and repaired the head that had broken from a freeze and a few other things and figured out what made it tick. On Cape Cod there are no farms so about the only thing left to do is go pulling. I started last year and now…

VAC Case – Think Pink – Antique Tractor Blog

VAC Case – Think Pink – Antique Tractor Blog


…I chose is one of my VAC Case. As a kid all we had on the farm was Case tractors; that’s what Grandpa always bought. A few years ago my parents decided to sell the farm so they could move now that us kids have all flown the coop. I would have loved to keep the farm and carry on what my grandparents…

1959 Minneapolis Moline 4 star – Think Pink – Antique Tractor Blog

1959 Minneapolis Moline 4 star – Think Pink – Antique Tractor Blog


…A. In the years since the sale, the three brothers passed. As we were working on the Oliver about 2 years ago, I asked my Grandfather what that was he said, “It’s a Minneapolis Moline.” At that time I had never heard of the brand. He said the land renter wanted to buy it so I let my Grandpa know…
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