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C.C.Fulton Mower & Mfg Co. St. Louis, MO


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Old 01-10-2010, 04:29:15 PM
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A friend of mnie recently acquired a 2 wheel tractor made by the C.C. Fulton Mower & Mfg. Co. St. Louis, MO. It is tagged as their Model A-3 and has a Wisconsin Model AB engine on it. It came with a single plow and a disc. A Google search turned up patent documents for a sickle bar attachment filed by a Claude C. Fulton of St. Louis in May 1940 and issued in November 1941. These pages can be seen here:
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I don't have any pictures of the machine at this time, but will try to get some soon.
Has anybody ever heard of this company or seen any of their equipment.
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John, The Fulton Do-More tractors are listed in one of Alan Kings books. They were made by Fulton Manufacturing in St. Louis. I have a photo of one of these in one of my albums. I can look if you think it might be the same company just one of those corporate name changes. Gary
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