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Looks like it's ready for some hard work.
 

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Ha ha, yes that's a rugged looking tractor.
 

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I have a friend with one of those and I had the pleasure of driving it, what a machine and its a bit of a wrestling match if you ever need to get in close quarters with it :lol: Backing into a spot at a tractor show can be tough :D
 

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LA Case in its hay day there was none that could out pull that beast. It never gave up and yes Derick that is a hand full to drive..
 

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My sisters former father in law had one of these; best i can remember it was a real puller. It was His primary work horse seconded with a UTS Minnie and a host of A Poppin Johnnies for row croppin. Mr Stoll never said a word but positive on the LA; His was on lpg with an add on power assist on the steering. I believe it was built close to the end of production for that model
 

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Yes that is a brick outhouse! Guys around here used to shave the heads and on gas would put out over 100hp. An LA is good for 5 bottoms just about anywhere. Chain drive rear end.
 
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