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    Default Re: Lets see them antique tractors

    Quote Originally Posted by MIKE R View Post
    What about antique tractors and implements? Wouldn't mind seeing some of them.
    I think we all can agree that tractors look good in their work clothes and all dressed up for shows.
    OK, here's my fully restored Minneapolis Moline P3-6 grain drill (10 ft wide, 20 hoes, single disc openers).

    Actually, I found two of these drills locally and got them for $275.

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    This one has a pair of trip clutches to raise and lower the openers. It ended up as the donor unit that provided some parts for the other unit and was retired to the front yard as a yard ornament.

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    This one is the working unit that had a pair of manual lifts to raise and lower the openers. It was completely disassembled, cleaned, and repainted with cold galvanize paint on the seed boxes and feed cups.

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    I added a hydraulic cylinder to operate the openers.

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    Used the drill to plant Kanota oats.

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    A fun project--took about 2 months. Total cost: about $600.

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    Default Re: Lets see them antique tractors

    This seems sort of a relevant thread to what I'd like to ask, so here goes...

    I've an old sickle-bar mower for a Farmall (I think an M). I converted to 3 PH (left the wheel on) but all one would have to do to return it to its natural state is bolt the horizontal bar back on. Have all parts (save the bolts that attach the horizontal bar (but those are standard parts) and it works (but just not very well with my Kubota B2630). I've also got the hydraulic ram that lifts it up and down, a spare pittman arm and some points. I've also got two PTO shaft parts - one that came with it and the other that I got to use with my tractor.

    One could either use it as 3PH (my 3PH design involved a chain with a loop tied to my quick hitch hook) or put it back to original state for use with a Farmall. I've mowed a few passes with it - it works but is a bit heavy for my Kubota - 7-foot sickle tends to pull me to the right, and it tends to make the front light.

    How might I be put in touch with somebody who might want to buy/restore it (not that it'd need much more than prep and paint for restoration)? How much might one such as this be worth? Pictures are attached for the interested. I'm not looking to get rich on it; just want something approaching what it's worth.

    I'm near Xenia, OH for the interested.

    Thanks.

    Dave
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    Default Re: Lets see them antique tractors

    post inthe classifieds section of antique tractor and implement boards. look at other adds to get an idea of price per condition.. etc.

    soundguy

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    Default Re: Lets see them antique tractors

    1948 Allis B




    1961 Allis D17

    Charlie

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    Loaded up to go to antique tractor show. 1920's McCormick-Deering: (2) 10-20 & a 15-30. Chuck Heck, Aurora, IN
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    Here's my Allis-Chalmers D10. My first tractor was an AC D17 and I always had ACs before switching to kubota. I don't use the D10 much but I like having it around.
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    Kubota L3430HSTC w/72" front mounted snowblower, Kubota B2320 w/FEL, Allis-Chalmers D10, 60" Bush Hog, 3pt. woodsplitter, Goosen 3pt. chipper/shredder, Woods rototiller, Landpride GS1548 grading scraper.

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    Default Re: Lets see them antique tractors

    Quote Originally Posted by ihcfan View Post
    Loaded up to go to antique tractor show. 1920's McCormick-Deering: (2) 10-20 & a 15-30. Chuck Heck, Aurora, IN
    Nice tractors. Nice rig. What are you pulling that gooseneck with?

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    very nice d17!!

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    Default Re: Lets see them antique tractors

    A few of the older ones

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    Default Re: Lets see them antique tractors

    Quote Originally Posted by flusher View Post
    Nice tractors. Nice rig. What are you pulling that gooseneck with?
    Flusher, I tow with a 2001 F-350 Powerstroke Crew Cab Dually. I just sold the Load Max 33+5 trailer we bought new in 2004 to a friend of mine. We were ready to downsize a little, and know more what our needs are now. Just got this 25+5 Coyote. We have pre-1939 IH tractors & equipment, and do threshing, stationary hay press, and other demos at local shows.
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