Pictures Finally

Sun Dec 30, 2012 2:54 pm

Heres some pictures of the other ones setting around, hope its ok to post here, if not maybe someone can move them.

This is a customers its a 541 offset HC, getting ready to start on it for complete restoration, maybe the last one I do for someone else done to many others the last 3 years, just cant get any of mine done :(
1950 GTB I've only done a few things to it, lights, bat and hold down, muffler, rear tires and weights hope to do the seals and gaskets and steering needs some work and paint one day.[imgImage,
1954 DC-4 this one is the latest, has foot clutch and Eagle hitch, only done about the same to it as the MM, and hoping to do about the same to it minus the steering, they all get all the fluids changed when I get them[imgImage
Super C forget the year :oops: nice tractor, Ive done rear tires, seat, lights, fenders need to get on it not much paint left on top[imgImage
Nice 1970 cub never been apart only some touch up paint on it, do some mowing with it, hope to put rings and gaskets in it and paint[imgImage
1980 Ford 3600 1470hrs this is one of the first one I done, about 10 yrs. ago, done alittle plowing and bushhoging, not no farmer but seems like a good tractor[img]
I'll send the others in another post, dont seem to want to load anymore :?



Sun Dec 30, 2012 5:28 pm

Heres some pictures I was asked to post, the rest is on the CC forum.
1936 WC as you can see in the middle of it, engine completly done, like those unstyled WCImage
1973 JD 350B still need to put blade on, done about everything to itImage
1955 Cub lo-boy this is the wife"s, some of you my know it got it from Jim in Maine a forum member, very nice low hrs. original paint done a few things to it, need replace some seals, gaskets and paintImage
1955 100HC low hrs. good shape it may just get gaskets, seals paint alsoImage
1955 JD70 only leak on it is at pto, and its getting paint, already done all fluids tuneup, brakes, clutch, light switch, ex. gaskets, fuel bowl good compression no smoke no leaks so better leave it along lolImage
1963 Lo-boy does some mowingImage
1958 Loboy does nothing lolImage
1947 Case S Image
1964 David Brown 990 I dont know just throught it was cool, good for slow race with them 3 shifters lol
1947 Allis C Complete restorationImage
1952 Cockshutt 20 have wheels tires done, grill, putting seals, gaskets and bearings in rear now, it will get painted sometime, I hope.
Next 5 is ones I've sold or done for someone.

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Sun Dec 30, 2012 5:38 pm

You do great work, thanks For showing them.

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Sun Dec 30, 2012 5:39 pm

Whew! I'm tired just looking at the work you have done. And done very well!

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Sun Dec 30, 2012 5:46 pm

Beautiful !!

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Sun Dec 30, 2012 6:22 pm


Very, very nice tractors. I like the JD 350 dozer as well, nicely done :!: :D You have a nice collection of tractors and of course the ones you have sold/done for others are pretty sweet too - really nice work :applause:. Now to go look at the pics in the CC forum :idea: :)

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Sun Dec 30, 2012 6:41 pm

WOW!!! You do excellent work.


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Sun Dec 30, 2012 9:51 pm

Extremely good work! Thanks for sharing. Even the one's you plan on painting still look great. Wish I had the time for that many, and the space too..... Nice oil can collection too :D

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Sun Dec 30, 2012 11:21 pm

Beautiful pictures.

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Mon Dec 31, 2012 7:17 am

The Cockshutt 20 looks like a good one. Does it belong to you or a customer? What's it's serial # and does it have the 124 or the 140 engine? I had an early 52 with the 124 and I have a 53 which, of course, has the 140. They're really nice little tractors.

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Mon Dec 31, 2012 10:59 am

Thanks everyone for all the kind comments.

Gary the Cockshutt is mine, you got me thinking when you asked about the serial # I know I posted earier that it was a 52, well I guess my partimers was kicking in :oops: , its a 54 serial # 3080.
I made a trip to Canada to get it about 6 years ago, the story I was told it had been setting in a barn for 30 years and the engine was just rebuilt before it was part, it is 140, I did take the cover off the side and its very clean, I have engine gasket set so if it looks good it may just get rings and gaskets.
I was happy with it, looks like it was keep inside no pitting, has 3pt and belt pulley, I was told they run about 13 mph :D , was wanting to use it on some local tractor rides, with it not been to big and good power for the size, what do you think?

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Tue Jan 01, 2013 10:14 am

Sounds like a great plan, Mike! I've never checked mine for top speed, but 12 - 13 sounds about right. These little tractors are a pure joy to drive! Mine was a wide front, like yours, when I got it, but the whole front end was in sad shape. The easy solution was an aftermarket narrow front. It drives great & turns on a dime. I've never taken it on a tractor drive, that would be fun, but I've pulled a lot of hay rides, at our campground, with it and it was just right for the job. Mine is # 1679, making it it the 12th built for the 53 model year. It was in very rough condition when I got it, about 15 years ago and was a lot of work to fix it up. I guess I should get some pics of it but it's way back in the barn right now. Maybe I'll do that in the spring, I'm not much of a camera guy.

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Tue Jan 01, 2013 10:50 am

Sounds like a great idea Gary, getting the camera out, I love to see some pictures of it, and anything else that anyone would be willing post pictures of to look at on this New Year day :D , post them pictures and Happy New Year everyone.

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Fri Jan 11, 2013 6:10 pm

Really got great enjoyment out of looking at your collection. I wish I had the space that you have . And the tractors that you have refurbished and restored for others boy they are luck customers, I will bet they are well pleased. Great work!!!
Donegal Cub.

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Fri Jan 11, 2013 7:12 pm

I think Cockshutt's (the 2 digit ones) are the most handsome tractors ever made! Very nice one. I am also a fan of that offset Ford and the red belly Workmaster.

I had plans to get a NAA or 600 series with a loader, if I ever stumbled into one. But found a Cub with a 1000 loader and fast hitch, so no Ford in my future (but ya never know).

Thanks for posting the pictures, surely a sweet bunch of tractors!