Yes, it's a v-6 that was built in Germany and used in the Caprice and Mustang II in the 70s. Just over 100hp stock as well as I remember.
I have two Model L tractors without governors and I love to use themA tractor without a governor is pretty miserable to operate.
My model T in my Picture has hand throttle. Its a joy to drive to!You might like it, but I found it miserable. Put another way, there is a reason why hand operated throttles are not on cars anymore.
I also wonder about the tranny and rear end.http://toledo.craigslist.org/grd/2790919771.html
The ad says "I HAVE 2 GRAVELY TRACTORS AND OTHER IMPLIMENTS FOR SALE
ONE GRAVELY IS STOCK
ONE HAS A COMPLETELY REBUILT 2.8L FORD MUSTANG MOTOR ON IT"
Is that a v-6 engine?
I wonder what he used for a governor.
The trany and rear end are pretty much an 8000 trans-axle with an external PTO and liquid cooled plate clutches.I also wonder about the tranny and rear end.
I love, love, love how the Gravely engineers figured out how to take the standard rider tranny, drive it from the front, and put a PTO out the back. Talk about versatile!Like Ron said, the core transmission is the same, it is the other features that Gravely added that make it unique.
Take for instance the rear PTO clutch assembly. Parts of it should look familiar.