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Since a lot of you liked the last post on unusual tractors, I thought I'd post some more.

Tractor or truck? You name it!


Two Old MM photos.





!955 Oliver Super


Leroy combination high out put air compressor & tractor.


1945 Case airplane tug.


Very unusual Old Bull tractor. Notice the one wheel drive. Three photos.
I forgot to mention that it recently sold at auction for $75,000.00.




The 1930s New Deal tractor. F.D.R.??


The First & Last Oliver. 1912 & 1976.



The Lantz Bulldog with convertable top. What no turn signals!


Ferguson P-3


Very Nice Farmall F-12.


1920s early Howard Tractor from Australia with a Rotary Tiller.
And you thought tillers were a late invention. So did I!


An old Dutra. Found in a jungle somewhere.


County 754.


Cletrac HG.


Backwards Farmall H. I haven't a clue. You figure it out!


Avery. Nice looking tractor.


1936 Wanabe. Built using Ford truck and auto parts. Home made???


1936 Case.


1935 Plymouth. Yup, they made tractors too.


1935 Dain bailer.


1935 AnnArbor bailer.


1925 Steam shovel.


1913 BuckEye ditching machine.


Well, that's all folks! For now anyway. Enjoy. PJ
 

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Thanks for the pics!

I went to a Bulldog Treff (meet) in Germany and saw several Bulldogs and got to hear Truckstop (a German Trucker/country music band).
 

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Some cool pics there, thanks!
 

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Those photos are great!...I saw an Oliver "Super 88" at the last tractor pull and show I went too,and that thing won every class up to 8000 lbs,and man,it sounded MEAN!..

It was like it had a big block V8,the way it wound up,and the guy could even let off the throttle,and straighten the tractor out halfway down the track and just nail it again,and it would rear right up ,do a wheelie and drag the sled a full pull every time!..none of the other tractors could touch it!..it looked almost exactly like the one pictured here too..really nice restoration..I dont know what the guy did to the engine or if he was running something besides gas or diesel,but that thing was awesome !..

There was a Plymouth tractor at the show too,and a Cleatrac dozer much like the ones you posted ..also a rare "Dodge Brothers" tractor ,that looked more like a 1-1/2 ton truck cut down into a tractor,with a cab like a truck..supposedly factory built??..and many IHC's and JD's,I liked the "LA" series that was there,they were neat looking tractors...
 

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The first tractor i ever bought was an Avery 3 wheeler just like that with bad tires and a stuck engine. Parted it out, but I kinda wish I still had it.

Saw a backwards Allis WD awhile back at an auction with forks. The steering was interesting.
 

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Excellent pictures. I hope more more more isn't too much to ask if you have more. I was pleasantly surprised to see you posting again with a second batch. You'll never see anything quite like those around these parts. Thanks again.
 

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Many thanks for sharing the pics with us.:thThumbsU
 

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Mind if I add a few?
Don't know the brands of most of these, but snapped pictures of them when I came across them at the shows -

this was the first production model from Allis Chalmers

and the second

a dual Deere

An 8n on half steel

machines have come a long way!
 

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a few more

for the family that can't decide what to collect

homemade hi-crop


you need lot's of HP to bury this one in the ground!


early skid-type steering
 

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Wow! Thanks for the pics! I loved them all.
 

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OSHA approved???





large Case cross-engine





 
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