I assume when Dad was looking it was before anybody knew much about engine problems. And that has kept my interest in check. I have a nice original WD45 and find it's not nearly as comfortable as one was 50 years ago! But if a series IV D17D w/factory three point, or a D19D w/factory three point popped up, or about any late D series, I couldn't resist.
Re: WD-45 STORY in reply to Bob Bancroft, 01-25-2014 18:01:03
Oh, you can get pretty comfortable on a WD or WD-45 once you get used to it..!
The controls are well positioned and you can change the position of your left leg to the rear platform if you like. I spent many, many hours sitting on the toolbox, when I was small.. That was on my Dad's WD-45 and my Grandad's WD. These are excellent small Baler tractors.
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