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New here, and in a way new to antique tractors. I grew up spending summers on my Grandfather's farm, where I learned to operate tractors (JD 4020 (the newest tractor on the place to this day), a Farmall C, Farmall M, and Super M, along with a Farmall H. (see a pattern here?) We still use the old C, and H to cut and Rake Hay for the cattle, and the 4020 pulls the round baler and carries hay when we feed it out.

About a week ago I had a 1952 Farmall Super C offered to me for a price I could not refuse. It's mechanically sound and runs well. It is the first tractor I have ever owned. I am putting it to work on my 12 acre place to work the garden plots, and corn patch, and to help with spraying the orchard.

I look forward to learning about your tractors, and how to one day restore mine, but keep it working instead of it being for show only.
 

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Welcome to ATF, we're glad to have you!
 

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Hi, welcome to ATF. Enjoy your Super C.
 

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Welcome to ATF! I have bird hunted in Sebree.
 

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Hello and Welcome glad you joined us.
Hope you enjoy the forum !! ;)
 

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Welcome! :D
 

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Welcome to ATF.....mike
 

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Welcome to ATF. Bet that Deere got lonely doing all the work around the farm :lol:
 
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