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I have been told by a couple people that my grandfathers John Deere is rare. However in my research I found they made that model for many years. I am also told what makes it rare is the configuration of the tractor with two buckets.

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I've never seen anything like that before. Sure is a neat setup.
 

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I have been told by a couple people that my grandfathers John Deere is rare. However in my research I found they made that model for many years. I am also told what makes it rare is the configuration of the tractor with two buckets.

Any additional information would be appreciated.
I have seen the rear bucket before and seem to recall it was for shovelling dung. I think there is a YouTube video of one....

Wish I had it!

Russ
 

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Allis Chalmers had a prototype loader that mounted on the rear of a WD or WD45 that was lifted by the rear lift arms.
 
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