Ain't enough time to tell about them all.
First was the Ford 5000 gas I bought as a farm tractor because I wanted some thing with 3 point hitch instead of the Old allis cupler not the snap one. You had to crawler under it to remove a big pin or add one when hooking up or unhooking.
I had went to Ohio to a big auction with a friend and had won the bidding on a 995 David Brown but the owner wouldn't let it go for that price. I returned home and dad told me about a local auction whth the 5000.
Second was the 1951 Massey Harris 44-4. I wanted a antique tractor to pull. I chose a Massey because they were My dads favorite tractor and the few I had seen pulled well. they were also some thing different from IH's and John Deers.
Third was a 1952 44 special diesel. It was to be a parts tractor but it never made it. to complete and nice to ruin.
4th was a 1951 Massey model 30, I had started collecting them by then.
5th 1949 Massey Model 30 destroyed engine destroyed sheet metal but it had the hubs and PTO shaft I needed for tractor #2.
6th Is a 1946 Massey 101 Jr I bought this one for pulling also but the pulling ended by the time I had her ready.
7th Is really Kares a 1946 Model 20 wide front. She wanted it for Mothers day.
8th Is a 1949 Pony.
9th is a 1956 333 Massey I bought from a guy whos wife yelled at him to sell it as it was an eye sore sitting out in the orchard west of the house.
10th is a 1951 Massey 44-6 the 37th one made that year. Result of a published story I wrote for Wild Harvest Massey Collectors Mag.
11th is a model 81 1942 a Annaversery present to Kare. Hey I asked what she wanted, I was shocked to say the least.
12th is a 1949 55 gas.
13th is a 1957 555 diesel My boss at work brought in the for sale ad for her. He said the tractor was like him big and bald (tractor tires were not bald though.)
14th is a 1952 Mustang. found at a flea market along the road.
15th was a model 22 I saw in Canada on our way home from a moter cycle trip to Maine
16th Again is really Kares. a 1954 Pacer, Kare saw the ad in a news paper and called the guy, said we would like to look at it the following Saturday.
17th is a 1951 Massey Harris 44-4 standard bought at an auction sale.
18th is a 1953 Mustang bought at an auction sale.
19th a 194? model 81 my neighbour found in a fence row on a reltives property. He gave it to me for all the work I had did for him refuseing any payment.
20th a 195? Massey 44 butane Masseys name for a propane. The serial number starts 44BR.
21 is a 195? 44 special gas.
I'm sure I have Number 22 but can't fot the life of me remember what one is missing.
I also have a few old lawn garden tractors. A early 1960's wheel horse with a 7 HP Kolhor engine.
A Sears SS12 with a mower deck and a farm enginerred hrydrlic 3 point hitch.
A early 1973 Speery Rand New Holland S12
A 1972 simplicty 7112 I still mow the lawn with.
A 1988 Simplicity 6517 I also still mow lawn with.
And just brought home not long ago a 1983 Ariens S16 that belonged to my dad.
Now I remember my pride and joy a 1938 101R. She is just a beautiful tractor in my eyes. stream lined with fully enclosed engine and even some shiny crome strips.
Excaped the brake retro fit so she still has a brake pedal beside the seat on each side rather than the double right foot ones.