Farmall F-xx Series Tractors, 1931-1939
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I finally ordered some new brushes for the magneto and she fired right off!
That's awesome, Bigdog!!! Can't wait to see that baby up close.
In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity. - Albert Einstein
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February 13 & 14, 2015
Love that sweet sound...man that is nice! Show us some pics!
Member IHCC Chapter 37 & 42 - North Carolina
Dusti - here are some pictures that I took the day I brought it home. I plan on taking some more tomorrow.
Cant wait to see it next year. hopefully i will make it out of illinois for a tractor event next year
Very Nice ,,,,,, is there a lot of difference between an F-14 and an H , looks similar minus sheet metal...... Wish I could justify some big iron ............
87 John Deere 850 4X4
Jackman - actually an H is quite a bit bigger than the F-14. An F-20 would be closer to H specs.
Judging from the sneeze I heard at the end of the second video, I suspect you are allergic to that one.
"Never forget where it is you come from, or you may find yourself someplace you don't want to be"
There is nothing like the sound of the old F-series engines, it sounds and looks good
Experiance is knowing what NOT to do the next time.......
1937 John Deere A (Big John)
1953 Farmall Cub (LiL Red)
Lots of projects.
Congrats BD. Great pictures. Glad you got it going.
High atop Hummingbird Hill
In the Missouri Ozarks
Sounds Good BD.
1940 Farmall H, 1947 farmall cub, 1958 David Bradley SP, 1964 cub cadet 70, 1965 Bolens 1000, 1966 cub cadet 123, 1973 Mf 12 http://s222.photobucket.com/albums/dd207/truckguy_02/
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