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I dunno, not much rubber left on those rear wheels, likely get stuck quickly.

I see them out in the fields around here, just rusting away.
 

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Now Mark why didn't you save them and restore them. Did you not hear them calling out your name like the old sea sirens of long ago folk lore.
 

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They both actually looked like they have been run in the not too distant past...the AC looked like it was run withhin the last few months....they are too big for my yard
 

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Nice old tractors, Mark. I wish I had room for a couple of tractors like that.
 

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Al...I thought that was why people from LI moved upstate...to have enough land for that ?
How are you doing with snow up there?
 

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What a collection.. I see them at collection shows Albert city..
 

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Well I ran one like the Farmal when I was 10 years old except rubber on front. Cranked it too. Allis. not too common in our area.
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Neat old tractors, Mark. I'm reminded of the old rusted metal tire Fordson that an elderly gentleman offered me free many years ago, as he wanted to get rid of it. I had to decline as I had no way of moving it, or any place to move it to (we were renting at the time). I found out that it became a boat mooring anchor shortly thereafter.
 
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