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Our Cub Line 1953-1958

Sun Oct 23, 2011 9:21 pm

A week ago our Stumptown Tractor Club hosted the annual Killian Farm Show in Denver, NC. We had quite a few Cubs and decided to line some up.

From left the right:
1953 Cub (Nooney) owned by Sam McAulay
1954 Cub (Rufus) owned by Matthew McAulay
1955 Cub (Butch) owned by Gary Pickeral
1956 Cub (Jimmy) owned by Chad McAulay
1957 Cub (Andy) owned by Gary Pickeral
1958 Cub - this tractor was restored this year by the Stumptown Tractor Club and raffled off at the show. The winner is TT Smith!

Other than the raffle tractor, these tractors all live within a mile of each other in Huntersville, NC. We love our Cubs!


Re: Our Cub Line 1953-1958

Sun Oct 23, 2011 9:24 pm

What a line up! Great photo!

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Sun Oct 23, 2011 9:30 pm


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Mon Oct 24, 2011 7:44 am


Re: Our Cub Line 1953-1958

Mon Oct 24, 2011 8:18 am

My kind of neighborhood! Great picture.

So there are two tractors named Rufus... mine is yeller,

Re: Our Cub Line 1953-1958

Mon Oct 24, 2011 4:01 pm


Very nice lineup of Cubs :D I like your 54. I want one like that, especially if it was built 3rd week of July 54, that would be wonderful .. it would be as old a me :lol:

Re: Our Cub Line 1953-1958

Mon Nov 07, 2011 9:15 am

Thanks guys for the kind words. I've thoroughly enjoyed this site and all the wealth of info. Nothing but great people here.

Buzzard Wing - Yes I guess there are two Rufus's (Rufus'...Rufi...I'm not sure what the plural of Rufus is. I doubt its needed very often). We have a habit of naming our tractors after the fellow we got them from. As a matter of fact, every tractor in this line is named after its previous owner. I'm sure my buddies in Huntersville aren't the only ones that have done that, but it helps us remember where we got them. Mine was owned by my grandfather. I also share his first name.

Rudi - Thanks for all you do on here. According to savethecub.com my 54 is a late November model

Re: Our Cub Line 1953-1958

Mon Nov 07, 2011 8:27 pm

Another downside of buying stuff at auctions (including eBay) is you really don't know much of the previous owner or the Cub's history. I named mine for an Army Quartermaster.... anybody that can take 500 horses and mules from the Mississippi river to the Pacific coast in 1854 at least should have a tractor named after him :D .
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