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    Several days ago a brush fire near Edmonton Alberta destroyed some buildings one of which contained some antique tractors.

    As a youth I spent many hours sitting on a tractor like the one shown.
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    Hi Egon, looks like a cub? My first tractor was a farm-all cub with a bunch of attachements. Fun little tractor to own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WayneB
    Hi Egon, looks like a cub? My first tractor was a farm-all cub with a bunch of attachements. Fun little tractor to own.

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    Good Evenin Wayne,
    My best guess is an Allis Chalmers B, note the design of the front end and the gas hood arrangement !
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    Default Re: Brush Fire

    I'm pretty sure its an Allis B also.
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    Re: As a youth I spent many hours sitting on a tractor like the one shown.

    Burned?
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    AHHHH, It's Jazz again!

    On some summer days it may have felt like everything was burned!
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    Default Re: Brush Fire

    The front end is a dead give away that it is an Allis B. The Farmall Cub's have a straight round tube for the front axle.

    Was that picture from the fire near Bruderheim or the Newbrook fire? I have family near Bruderheim and they didn't seem to be to concerned about the fire.

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    I believe it was from Bruderheim.
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