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I thought my 1947 Cub was one of the first, but???? I think the story goes like this: The Wallis Tractor Co was a branch of the Case Plowshare Co and made a tractor called the Wallis Bear. In 1913, they introduced a "small" tractor into the line which they called the Cub. A "demonstrator" model toured the country in it's own railroad boxcar in order to demonstrate it's plowing capability. Here is a picture of the Cub off-loading from the boxcar. It should be painted white?? I think my Cub looks better!!!!! Al D
Maud - 1947 Cub #4364
Everything's better with Golden Retrievers, an old Ford V8 and a Cub!
I think that cub weighs about the equivalent of 3 of our cubs., but not much more horsepower
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Also the first puncture proof tires....LOL...
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There is no doubt this is what George Willer used as his model when he built his tricycle Cub.
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I have seen mention of Mr. Willer's Tricycle Cub...Good to actually see a picture of it...Is that a "B' rearend and possibly an "H" front? He must have been a smart man...
Nope it isn't. I know that George built the front tricycle assembly from scratch and he did the rear from Cub parts machining what he needed. He was a great fabricator.
And yes, he was one of the smartest men I ever knew. Proud to have him as one of my mentors JRICK
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