I sure do need me a copy of that book!! With as many Farmalls as ive got, I need to break down and buy a copy.
Yeah, that would be one high crop to have!
We went and looked at a regular Farmall 140 (later bodystyle I believe) that had the numbers matching and was a distillate. It came with 2 distillate tanks too, but one of them was nearly ruined I'd say. He had attempted to coat it with tank liner and it looked like he poured tar in it about 1 inch thick. It was all over the place. The guy didn't know anything about tractors and it had been all cobbled up from head to toe. He was asking $1,900 and the front shroud was barely even there. It was all beat up and half of it was missing. It was also missing the hood. It ran ok, but not great. We had to pass that one up, and I hated to. We really don't get picky at all with these old tractors because it all can be fixed, but that one was just not worth bringing back and having to search for sheet metal and fix the rest of it. It didn't have any equipment because he had hauled it off for scrap the week before........that was the biggest deal breaker I'd say. haha, I wanted to shake him when he told us that!