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Big Ol' Iron!


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Old 03-12-2011, 12:25:49 PM
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I posted some lit. scans in Dec 2006. I can't get a link to work

I think Chris Eppings father,Rodney,mentioned there was one in thier area years ago.

The engine resembles an Allwork.
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Thanks for the information on the big Waterloo Boys, guys.
Here are a couple shots of a really nice A-T. they are from a pile of pix I have and the only info is September 1966. Maybe someone will recognize the tractor?
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The cleats look like the ones on Joey Collins' 30-60 AT (now in Portland TN). I think his tractor came originally from OH, and was owned by Col. Norm Stuckey for quite a few years. Don't know if it's the same tractor or not, but looks like a "maybe".
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Thanks Mike. You could be right as most of the pictures in that group come from shows from Ohio and east.
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Here's Tom's thread on the four cylinder Waterloo Boys as posted on the last page. Very interesting catalogue information.
http://www.smokstak.com/forum/showth...terloo+Tractor
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A few items - some Flour City ads from 1913.
The other is of a 30-60 Huber tractor at the 1913 Winnipeg Fair. Not the greatest picture but pretty darn rare!
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does anyone have some pictures of sawyer massey gas tractors they could post? thanks in advance
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Rumely Fan,
A late answer, but there are several Sawyer tractor threads on here if you search.

Had this picture sent to me. It is of a tractor made by a fellow named August(?) Soderberg at Weyburn, Saskatchewan. Don't have a date or any information other than he made it out of several tractors!??!
Anyone ever hear of it, recognize any parts? Does it still exist? A man by that name is shown as deceased in 1946 and buried at Weyburn.
He could be related to one of the Jewish farming colonies that existed in that area?
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Just came across these from 1909. Perhaps they have been posted before - whatever? The one is the Russell tractor at the Winnipeg Trials and the other a neat ad. Rather advanced steering for the day!
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Here are a couple more Russels from Winnipeg Trials - just to keep them all together.
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