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This was my first tractor a 1939 McCormick Deering Orchard crawler. I found it at an apple orchard where the owner hadn't used it for years. I had it all apart except the engine, it runs real nice and clean, so I didn't touch it.
I found working with one of these things, you need an overhead hoist. Seems every part weighs 200lbs.
Strictly for pulling, it has no hydraulics or electrics......Crank start, magneto ignition. It does have a PTO and I'm told the owner previous to the one I bought it from used it to pump water from the river to his fields.
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1939 McCormick Deering T-20 orchard crawler
That is really nice, I'd love to have one.
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