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  1. WD Allis-Chalmers (was Dad's)

    Allis-Chalmers
    Folks, I have been spending most of my time on this forum on the Ford site talking about the Jubilee that I bought this spring. Well the tractor bug has hit again and I have the chance to buy another tractor. A early 50's WD Allis-Chalmers, NFE, that my dad bought either new or close to new and...
  2. Serial Numbers For IH tractors

    Farmall - International
    Farmall Super M Prefix Letters: F-SM SERIAL NUMBER.....................................YEAR (Farmall Plant) 501 - 12515......................................................1952 12516 - 51976..................................................1953 51977 -...
  3. Looking at tractor for sale

    John Deere
    Stopped several times looking at this JD for sale. Has decal w "B" on it, but i think its a "M". Heres some pics if someone wants to chime in. Also some pics with numbers from the engine block, torque tube, and trans....im i looking at parts from 3 different tractors bolted together?? W
  4. Next restoration project

    Massey Ferguson-Massey Harris-Harry Ferguson
    A friend of mine has proposed me the following deal: To restore this MH 102 junior for him and he will pay me with a David Brown Cropmaster 30 D. I enclose some pics of the MH Seems to be in good shape.
  5. 154 Cub Lo-Boy Restoration

    Farmall - International
    Our lo-boy needs a brake job so I'm restoring while I have it apart. Got all the tin stripped off. Preparing to pull the transmission. What does it take to pull the final drives off? I'm new to the whole restoration process any tips, tricks, or suggestions would greatly appreciated.
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