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"Regular" Farmall on steel


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Old 02-08-2014, 10:29:28 PM
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in Wess Verginia. Good find!
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Old 02-09-2014, 12:33:57 AM
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I like it! Congrats on the find!
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Default Re: "Regular" Farmall on steel

Good find indeed! What year is it? I have a 1929 Regular that was the first pre 1939 IHC tractor that I rebuilt, it is on 36" roundspoke wheels and I have a 1930 regular that is on full steel, although the rears are the skeleton type.
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Oh, Nice. That's been stored inside! Now don't you EVEN be thinking about painting over THAT!
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How much Bush Lite does it burn per hour?
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RED PAINT, Is that original? what do the guru's think? I like it. John
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Default Re: "Regular" Farmall on steel

No, the early Farmall's were gray with the red wheels. Almost all were repainted in later years to the new color scheme as they look so much better in red! F.J.W.
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No, the early Farmall's were gray with the red wheels. Almost all were repainted in later years to the new color scheme as they look so much better in red! F.J.W.
I dunno about that....I like grey!
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Default Re: "Regular" Farmall on steel

It IS supposed to be gray. Serial number is ( according to the owner) 87048. And I think it takes a right smart of that Busch.
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^ The Busch is far better in the tractor than in you Harold....... .......
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Craig,
If you ever saw me full of Busch you'd realize how true that statement is.
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Harold, I hope you stay away from that Busch stuff while riding that V-Star.
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Hey Harold,
Does this one have any of those pesky I.H.C. brackets on the rear end drop box plates that no Farmall expert has ever been able to ID
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No brackets, Tony. Does look like some of these IHC "EXPERTS" would know what those brackets were for.
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Link to mystery I.H.C. brackets here,
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http://www.smokstak.com/forum/showth...t=39659&page=7

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Those are pivots for the cultivator lift linkage
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