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Some cool old tractors

Discussion in 'Old Iron!' started by RZucker, Sep 3, 2019.

  1. RZucker

    RZucker Senior Member

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    Saw these on a trip yesterday. 20190901_131151.jpg 20190901_131201.jpg 20190901_131210.jpg
     
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    sharp ford with a few mods.
     
  3. RZucker

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    The funny thing is that 600 has the 4 cylinder engine but dual exhaust. I kind of sort of know the owner, nobody was home that day so I didn't dig too deep.
    They are Pullers in their own class, doesn't look like they are hopped up too much from stock.
     
  4. Old Doug

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    Only one old tractor the case is older the rest are the kind of tractors i have used or owned.
     
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    Nice tractors RZ ! :cool:

    I'm going with the WD Allis - Chalmers .:D
     
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    Me too! I bet that n series ford wouldn't pull a sick ho offn the p isspot!;)
     
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    Iff'n they only had this 6.7 powerstroke back then to put in tractors... :D
     
  8. Old Doug

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    The Oliver is the best out of the bunch for tractor pulling. Very popular with pullers.
     
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    Back in the 90's I had an Oliver Row crop 77 with an adjustable wide front axle. Just a toy at the time. Sold it for about 4 times what I paid for it.
     
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    I think that N has a V8. In stock trim you couldn't be more right.
     
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    There is a former logger down near Eau Claire, Wisconsin that built a WD 45 for his daughter to pull with. It pulls enough RPMs that she does exhibition bare tractor runs clocking at 42 NPH. She upsets the men quite regularly.