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    Default Re: Kubota history

    Old (82) civil engineer (with lots of experience) who just likes to stay in touch and remenber and try to keep up with the present.

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    Has any one ever heard of a McCullouch tractor. As I understand they were the first company to import Kubotas. I just bought one that I still have to go pickup. It is a "McCullouch 6-12 Product of kubota" It is a early garden tractor. It has a single cylinder gas engine and is two wheel drive. If any one would like to see a picture just let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Johnson
    Has any one ever heard of a McCullouch tractor. As I understand they were the first company to import Kubotas. I just bought one that I still have to go pickup. It is a "McCullouch 6-12 Product of kubota" It is a early garden tractor. It has a single cylinder gas engine and is two wheel drive. If any one would like to see a picture just let me know.
    Of course we would like to see a pic...
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    Here are some pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Johnson
    <img src="http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=287916"/><img src="http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=287917"/><img src="http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=287918"/>
    Here are some pictures.
    Now that is cool!
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    I will post some more pictures of it when I get it home. Those were the pictures that were on craigslist. I am hoping to go get it within the next two weeks.

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    For the looks of the logo that looks like the old chain saw company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by art View Post
    For the looks of the logo that looks like the old chain saw company.
    Yes it is from the chain saw company.

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    Hello, I'm also looking for the "kubota in America" book, but am having trouble finding it. Do you have any suggestions on where I can find one?

    Quote Originally Posted by TresCrows View Post
    Kubota put out a real nice book a few years ago--Kubota in America---I had a copy but have misplaced it. It had some nice pictures and some of the companies history. I wish I could find my copy or get another. Go to the book stores and all you find are books about funky old row crop tractors. I sure would like a coffee table book with pictures of Kubotas and Kubota people working/mowing/tilling/tractoring. J

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    Has anyone heard of a book called "kubota in America" ? I'm desperate to find a copy.

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