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I just wanted to formally introduce myself. My name is matt and I'm 16 and I live in sw pa. So far I only own i farmall cub but I hope that some day I will own more cubs and other farmalls. When I first started to look for a farmall the cub wasn't my first choice. In the end though I bought a 1956 cub off of ebay and it was well worth the 13 hr round trip to go and pick it up. Now I am glad that I bought my cub and I wouldn't trade it for anything.
1956 Farmall Cub
1943 Farmall M
Cub Cadet 147
Cub Cadet 128-SOLD
1969 Bolens 850 "Special"
1968 Bolens 1050
Allis Chalmers 712S
Wheel Horse B 111
Wheel Horse Electro 12
National triplex reel mower
Welcome to the best darned forum on the whole WWW! I am originally from your neck of the woods in the Pittsburgh vicinity, but now call Wisconsin "home", so hence my forum name! (Wisconsincubman) Rest assured that I am still a "yinzer"!!! (If you are from western PA, you know what I mean...if not, you don't have a clue!)
May I suggest changing your profile from reading McDonald, PA to read "PA, McDonald" instead? It sure makes it easier for folks to look up other cubbers in their area if the state/city is in that order!
You are not all that far away from "all the action" with a BUNCH of cubfests and gatherings near you in Ohio and points west or north. Keep an eye out for fests close to you... you will have a BLAST!
Nice lookin tractor!!!
Mike in La Crosse, WI
Mike (Happy as a Lark in Allison Park, PA)
Check out my Restoration Thread (1955 Cub, Lewis)
You're a true Cubber. You drove 13 hours round trip to buy your first tractor. You've been on here a while how old were you when you bought your Cub? Kind of reminds me of my brother who bought his first car (Truimph Spitfire) at 13. Good luck with that 56. See ya out here.
Me too, Matt
Welcome to the forum. You'll find all your answers to Cub ownership right here.
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Geez, Barnyard! You already have 22 of them...leave a few for the new kid!!!!
Welcome Matt. You'll get a lot of Great info on this forum.
I like the seat it must have been a tall person that owned it before you.
In my line of work
" EVERYBODY GOES HOME THE NEXT MORNING"
Welcome aboard from the deep South Cubbers.
One Cub at 16 is a good start.
I didn't get my first one till 58l
You will have a great time working, playing, repairing, and restoring the Cub.
This forum is a great wealth of info. Any questions or problems, this is the place for great info (discounting mine of course.)
We will help in any way we can.
Louisiana Cub Fest, March 5 & 6, 2010
3 barns full of Cubs of various condition
welcome matt, hope your family enjoy tractor as much as you do! if you keep collecting the car might have to set out of the garage! Russ
1979 International Cub (Artie),193 plow,22 sickle mower,144 cultivator,54a blade,59" belly mower,wheel weights
1944 John Deere B , A-3 B-3 two way plow.....Grandpa's Deere,Still can't find his FARMALL A
Welcome.... looks like you got a nice mower with it too. (http://farmallcub.info/galleries/oemi_W ... _Mower.asp)
If it makes you feel any better, my first Cub was 1000 miles away (half owner and I didn't buy it, just drove the 2000 miles and painted it)
1971 Cub (Rufus) 1950 Cub (Cathy) 1965 Lo Boy Fast Hitch (Nameless III) 1970 Cub 1000 Loader & Fast Hitch (Lee)
I'm kind of new on here myself but I'm sure you will learn and enjoy this forum as I have if you just jump in and chat whatever is on your mind. I have had several questions about the '48 cub I am restoring right now and have found that the wealth of knowledge and the nice folks on this forum are unbeatable.
Welcome, Matt, to a great forum with fantastic folks and more info than you can possibly imagine.
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Welcome Matt. Enjoy your Cub.
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