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DAVID PERKINS wrote on Monday, August 07, 2000 (PDT):
  • UNLESS THE TRACTOR HAD TO BE SOLD WITH THE FARM, WHY DIDN'T THE FATHER JUST GIVE THE TRACTOR TO HIS SON AS A GIFT AS TO KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY.
    MJD wrote on Friday, August 11, 2000 (PDT):
  • Yes...know what you mean, I too have a 350 LP gas my dad bought new, just got it looking good a year ago. Have it on the farm for light duty, spraying, blading. Have 2 other 350's too picked up over the years. Handy tractor with the hydraulics. You had a great story...I know the feeling of all the things we have done with these great tractors !! MJD
    Luke Burkett wrote on Friday, August 10, 2001 (PDT):
  • Yeah my Grandpa has had his H every since i was little. He taught me how to drive it when i was very young. I always did his snow for him but know my h is in serious need of restoration. it needs an overhaul preatty bad and the rings are shot.I always told my grandpa that i wanted it when he passed away and now i hope to get it so i can restore it. Farmall is my favorite tractor and i hope someday case will recontinue production.
    Nancy (Schmitz) Kendrick wrote on Tuesday, May 20, 2003 (PDT):
  • Hate to admit this, but I was born in 1940, the same year my dad bought the little Farmall A. I have a picture of me and my sister (18 yrs older than me) on the tractor. I wish I still had the little toy Model A that came with it. It had real rubber tires and was a real sweetheart. I'm gonna be great gramma soon and I'm hoping for a little farmer, so if anybody knows of one that can be had for less than an arm and a leg give me an e-mail. The tractor was still being used into the '80's when a fire burned down the garage where it was parked. My sister felt so bad, she hunted down another one and replaced it. The original one did a lot of work in it's day. My dad made a snow plow for it, so it didn't even get to rest in the winter time.
    Nancy (Schmitz) Kendrick wrote on Tuesday, May 20, 2003 (PDT):
  • Hate to admit this, but I was born in 1940, the same year my dad bought the little Farmall A. I have a picture of me and my sister (18 yrs older than me) on the tractor. I wish I still had the little toy Model A that came with it. It had real rubber tires and was a real sweetheart. I'm gonna be great gramma soon and I'm hoping for a little farmer, so if anybody knows of one that can be had for less than an arm and a leg give me an e-mail. The tractor was still being used into the '80's when a fire burned down the garage where it was parked. My sister felt so bad, she hunted down another one and replaced it. The original one did a lot of work in it's day. My dad made a snow plow for it, so it didn't even get to rest in the winter time.
    David Snipes wrote on Thursday, March 15, 2007 (PDT):
  • Your dad should have given you the tractor when he retired. That is what I will do for my son.
    mr.bob wrote on Thursday, March 15, 2007 (PDT):
  • You lucked out. I had to stand and watch my dad s Massey Ferguson 65 sell at his farm liquidation sale for a trifling 1700.00. A neighbor practically begged my dad to let him bid it in and keep it, but my dad s healty and thinking were a bit faulty at the time and he insisted Everything must go regardless. At the time, I had a low paying job and a first wife that kept me broke, so I just had to stand helplessly by and watch my favorite tractor of all be stolen for that ridiculous sum. Today I have an upgraded 2N Ford that serves me well, but it ll never begin to be what the Massey was. It still makes me sick when I think about it.
    Travis wrote on Tuesday, December 23, 2008 (PST):
  • my dad and i felt the same way when we were biding for my granddads john deere M TO our nabers nice save bud
    Travis wrote on Tuesday, December 23, 2008 (PST):
  • my dad and i felt the same way when we were biding for my granddads john deere M TO our nabers nice save bud
    bullethauler wrote on Wednesday, September 09, 2009 (PDT):
  • Would love to see your pics if you still have them. Congrats for getting your Dads 350. Sentimental value is worth lots more than the price you paid.
    alex simpson wrote on Monday, April 26, 2010 (PDT):
  • wow, i would keep that in your family, i really would because now days they are getting harder to find, and they have so much history behind them, i am 16 and i have 13 farmalls, 2 cubs, super h,super m, b, and super c, and all the regulars.i enjoy restoring them and showing them, i will be at the red power round up in indiana this summer.
    Claudio wrote on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 (PDT):
  • Whats the price on hay rolls out your way ? 40 here in Vermont.What year is that good look'n Ford truck ?The good news is, so far we haven't had the amount of crniilppg ice we have experienced the past 2 years. The even better news is that most of the giant snowstorms of the past 2 months have mostly missed us. We still don't have eought hay to last til May. Love your photos.Janis
    tony badovinac wrote on Wednesday, November 28, 2012 (PST):
  • I have also restored an 856 Farmall that we used on the farm growing up I am now 58 years old and my father is 93, I never had so much fun as restoring the old beast and I have never enjoyed driving anything as much. there is nothing like old metal if it is red
    Hugh McKinney wrote on Monday, April 15, 2013 (PDT):
  • My Daddy bought one of the last 450's an LP gas with narrow front, in early 1958. Some of my earliest memories include riding in the lap of a hired hand, on cold winter mornings, when they were plowing with three-bottom moldboard plows. When my Daddy retired, he made arrangements for each of his four surviving children to get something of value, but I was slow to make my choices, and there was very little left to pick from, no tractors, in fact. Except the 450! It had been left outside for several years, at the house of a long-time farmhand, and no longer ran due to a crankcase full of rainwater and a broken piston and cylinder on the LP gas engine. But that was my opportunity. Shortly before this land was parcelled out to a cousin, I was able to retrieve the now-fifty year old tractor and try to restore it. I have had the engine completely rebuilt, installed mostly new hydraulics, and a second-hand pto unit. It still looks pretty rough, but it runs great now and I use it for mostly bush-hogging and moving things around our place that are too heavy to be pulled with my pickup. It is my favorite of my three old tractos, and I am so glad that nobody else wanted it!
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