Yes all around. We renovated it a long time back, House was built by Ann's Grandfather and Greatgrandfather. Has been a labor of love over the years and as any old house a continual challenge!!!!We bought it from her grandmothers estate was in pretty bad shape and we didn't want to see it torn down or turned into apts.
Mike look like you all have a wonderful job keeping it up . Looks so pretty.
Know Ann is happy to keep it in the family . I bet she has a lot of happy memories
of being in it when her grandparents live there.
i have 2 dearborn 10-1 plows.. my first one is in worst shape.. but workable. I got a great one at auction months ago. but it stell sets on a pallat in front of the garage waiting for me to work on it..
Boy ya just arn't gonna give up huh??? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Guess I'll just tell Ann she'll Have to take care of the picken and canning cause I gotta work on the new plow :? :? :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: Oh you might want to concider getting a new phone number she don't look real happy right now!!!!!!!!!!
My three point had been working, but not perfectly. Had some bobbing but not real bad. My tactor has a front loader also and is working well. Slow but am told this vintage is slower. Just changed all the three reservoirs with the recommended hydraulic/transmission oils from Tractor...
I am considering buying a JD 272 Finish mower. It is a 3 point hitch. My Jubilee has a adaptor on the small original PTO that will not allow the PTO drive shaft from the mower deck to be attached. I am considering changing out the Jubilee PTO small shaft with a new std size 1-3/8...
I recently purchased a well-maintained 1956 Ford 860 for my farm.
I have worked on motorcycles and old cars, but tractors are a new machine to me. I had a few questions for you guys, sorry if these are stupidly basic:
Does this thing take a specific octane gasoline, or is regular...
Hello all, I am trying to help my father identify the tractor that was on our farm when he was a kid.
We have only one half-second shot of it on video in the early 50's. See the photo below. We know that it was gray, and we believe it was a Ford. Any help you could provide would be greatly...
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