As requested by Mr E here is the other side of the Super Cub - this time pictured in a big tractor show two weeks ago at Scone Palace, Perth, Scotland.
She was awarded a rosette and shield for 'best working vintage tractor' out of some 300 entries of all makes and sizes.
The Cub is completely original apart from conversion from 6 v to 12 v electrics. The engine ticks like a Swiss watch and the side sickle works like a sewing machine.
In the lineup is a gold colored 1953 Farmall Super BMD built in UK to celebrate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II. The owner tells me operators suffered headaches with reflection from the bright paint and some farmers resprayed the tractors red.
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