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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by AWJ Services, Jun 2, 2008.
My neighbor has a body shop and has been working on this nice piece of equipment.
WOW, that is mint! Very very well done. Looks like he put like 5 layers of clearcoat on that thing!
i want to say A but possibly a B??
i love that.!
I've never seen them with the pulley on the rear like that, what year is that beauty?
I will have too get the details.
My neighbor paints quite a few tractors.
It is by no means a A restoration but it is in good shape.
That pulley was rebuilt as well.
They used it too run anything and everything on the farm.
I am no antique tractor expert but I thought this was one was worth showing.
I took them with my phone.Maybe tomorrow I will get some better pics.
I think Dirt Digger 2 was talking about the model tractor it is not the grade for how well it is restored.
I am a big dummy.
I will go back and crawl in my hole.
haha yea the model number/letter....it would have really thrown you off if i said it was a G
i don't think its a G...i have never seen the rear belt pulley, they are usually one the side
good looking paint though, my boss collects those antique deeres...he must have 8 or 9 of them sitting in his barn...all restored and beautiful
but here was that baby's competition back in the day, you can see this one has the side belt pulley...minus the bird poop, this one was restored over the winter for my good buddies uncle...we had to go pick it up from a fair show last week
ask him what it is, that baby looks pretty rare because i am pretty sure there were not a whole lot of them made where the steering shaft is completely enclosed
Looks like a model H.