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Here are photos of my 1952 Farmall Cub which used to belong to my late wife's great uncle. I rebuilt a lot of it in the 1980's but have used it a lot since then too. I recently went Cub "NUTS" and bought the 1965 International Cub to restore and use instead of the 1952 (always wanted a 12V and yellow one). The 1958 McCormick Farmall Cub came with the 1965 as a parts tractor. Not decided yet on future status of the 1958. Also included my 1992 Ford Ranger which is in various stages of restoration and my "daily driver" which is the 2009 Frontier.
I have to tell you, of all the Cubs I have ever done I always liked the 58 I did best and wish I still had it. That white paint on the hood and stainless emblems look great restored
I sure do like that C-2 Mower on the 58. Sure looks like an eminently restorable Cub to me. Straighten out the tie rods, get a new seat, put most of the parts through an Electrolysis tank and you have a really nice project to play with.
I am sorry I missed your first post but it was buried in another thread. This one will do .. so
G'day and congrats on restoring and using your wife's uncle's Cub. It is so nice when we have a family connection to our Cubs. Makes them just a tad bit more special in some ways. Also congrats on acquiring 2 more Cubs .. the 58 is a nice one and the 65 is pretty sharp as well. Oh and while we are at it, to the MCC! aka the Multiple Cub Club. You have joined the ranks of many of us who are kinda addicted to these great tractors.
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