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    Quote Originally Posted by saracenas View Post
    Love those pics too!
    Never seen such truck with Tonka trailer. What could be the purpose of that trailer?
    I don't think you need to re-size the pics. It's good to have a possibility to enlarge a pic for the detailed view.
    They hauled new automobiles with that trailer . 2 down in the belly section and 2 or 3 on top .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bwgad96 View Post
    I've been to the keystone tractor museum and the tractors in there are beautiful works of art!! As well as the old Mack's and fire engines. Also the gold studabaker! Golden Eagle if I remember correctly..
    It was. If I can figure out how to post a video I will put one up of the truck room

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    Having duplicate troubles from phone

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    Excellent link rusty. I am being heckled now by my father to get rid of some of my outboards. I think I'm up to 9:-)



    That is one sweet 140! I will post more pics later today. Wife is out of town and a good friend is coming to help me finish the ol cub and start on the old mans 135.

    The cub has cultivators on it, and I'm picking up a side dresser on Wednesday. Fired up

    Some pics that were in my phone. I really am a junk hoarder. The lil JD with the blade is a 69 110
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin37b View Post
    They hauled new automobiles with that trailer . 2 down in the belly section and 2 or 3 on top .
    OK, I see. Looks more like a work of art. At the beginning I was thinking it's a kind of passenger carrier at the airports, just missing window glasses.
    Now I'm asking myself, why didn't I know that? It's just because few decades ago soviets never carried the cars by trucks. They were delivering them to the distribution points by trains. And the distributor (one per country) had been located nearby railway cargo station. That lucky guy, who has permission to buy a car, had to come to distributor on his own doesn't matter it's 1 mile or 200. That's why such haulers didn't exist at all.

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    There's a museum in Woodland, near Sacramento, that has a lot of great old tractors, and lot of cool old trucks
    Heidrick Ag History Center | Heidrick Antique Tractor and Hays Antique Truck Collections

    I have since sold this '41 A.
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    I suppose this would be more like Old-ish Iron - but it's the oldest one I've seen in person. Lives in Kanab, UT, still earning her keep after all these years.


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    I like it! Lets keep this thread going. Old stuff rules!

    Here is the latest project. My father just bought it and I just started wrenching on it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YesDeere View Post
    I like it! Lets keep this thread going. Old stuff rules!

    Here is the latest project. My father just bought it and I just started wrenching on it.
    Need more detail on your Dad's latest. Also progress pictures, of course.

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    It's a 72 2520 diesel synchro with the roll a matic front end. Bought it from one of his best friends. I just serviced it. Put a new fuel pump on it. I started a thread on it earlier. Here is the link. Still have a bunch of work to do. Keep chipping away at it. Tx Jim has been very helpful. Knows his JD's






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