OK, it followed me home today. Serial number is 287235, which puts it as a 1950, but I think it is well past the demonstrator range. I'm really happy with it. Here are some pics of the "load" of stuff. Now the fun begins, figuring out just exactly what everything is. I think I ended up with a complete set of cultivators with extra parts, side dresser with both hoppers, corn planter, and single bottom plow. I have parts of the snow blade mechanism, but the main blade and hardware are missing. However, I found out that my buddies dad was the original owner, came with the owner's manual, and a cool little Farmall Cub brochure, "Farming with the Farmall Cub" nearly 50 pages of what a Cub can do. I'll grab more photos of that when I can. Anyone have a bunch of pictures or manuals of how all this stuff goes together?
I haven't delt much with Super A, 100, 130, 140 attachments much, but I need to know what the going rate is for the following attachments. Yes, these will be for sale if I can make a deal with my co-worker:
Box of Extra NEW cultivator points/shanks/parts, etc.
All of the attachments are old but in basically new condition, and he never recalls anything ever being used except the field and snow plows.
The tractor itself is a 1946 or 47 and I'm really just interested in the tractor and the snow blade, possibly the field plow. If I can offset some of my purchase $$ with selling the attachments, then I'm going to go for it. Tractor starts, runs, is perfectly operable, just has a rattle can paint job.
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