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A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy)

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Patrick HMD

01-14-2013 22:38:12
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Just pictures, that's all.

F-20



F-20



450



A super M, part of it painted with a hand brush. Check out that crazy stack.



A very collectable SMV rusting away.








An F-30?









A very solid looking M with it's sheet metal parted out. (I guess)



Looks like a W-9?



Looks like very tight quarters.



A super M (I think) overgrown with Texas cactus.



Another highly desirable, highly collectable SMTA rusting away.


The M on the left has a nice roller on the drawbar.



Last parting shot. Looks like another F-30



There were a lot more believe me, It's just that I got tired of snapping pictures and it was getting late and I had to go.

The place is a 3 hour drive from my house up in north Texas. I've been there twice, and both times when I knocked on the door, no one was home. So I don't know if the owner is a seller, horder, collector, or when I'll be able to get back up there again.. Wouldn't mind having that SMV to restore. No telling what he want for it.

Patrick

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47farmallM

01-15-2013 21:02:11
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
Patrick where was this at?? looks close to where i live



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SweetFeet

01-15-2013 17:26:09
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
Patrick,

Great photos - love them.

Cactus in a junkyard photo is something I cannot get a shot of in MN. Pretty cool looking.



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CNKS

01-15-2013 18:15:26
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to SweetFeet, 01-15-2013 17:26:09  
It's cactus but in S Texas we called it prickly pear. I hated the stuff, get too close and the thorns jump out and get you. The long ones are ok, there are shorter ones in clusters that will get you, usually 5 or 6+ at once. In times of low rainfall ranchers would take a propane torch and burn the thorns off so the cattle could eat the pads.



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Centex Farmall

01-15-2013 16:24:58
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
I"ll add this: If Patrick HMD is going up and knocking on the door then he is trying to find someone at home. Also in several of the pictures I can clearly see that this place is right off a Farm to Market road. For all we know the owner buys and sells stuff and wouldn"t mind people stopping to look. Clearly the OP didn"t crawl over any fences or ignore any signs to go away. I don"t think he did anything wrong.

There"s several places in my area that are a lot like this one and the owners buy and sell stuff and I"ll stop by and the owner is not there. You don"t know they aren"t there until you get out and walk around looking for them. These guys make money by selling stuff and don"t bark at potential customers.

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Patrick HMD

01-15-2013 14:54:04
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
My apology to those I have offended. I just wasn't thinking at the time, nor did I think I was doing anything wrong, or else I wouldn't have posted. Let me just say that I did not jump any fences, and there were no posted or warning signs up anywhere at the time. I have asked the moderator to delete the post. Thanks for bringing this to my attention guys. Didn't mean to stir things up, which sadly, I have.

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Centex Farmall

01-15-2013 08:48:51
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
Judging by the trees and scrub, looks like you're in the Decatur/Wichita falls/Weatherford area. Looks like an active collection of some sort. I see other brands and colors and also a good looking trailer. The numbers on the hood of the brushed M look like it recently came from an auction.

That WF MD would be nice! I wouldnt' mind having a school bus either, not sure what I'd do with it though.

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Matt E.

01-15-2013 08:08:31
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
The W-9 or W-9R has power steering also but it looks like a farmer fix. I see the hand clutch. Pops has a 1952 WD-9 parts tractor with a hand clutch on it sitting at the farm in Montana.

I like seeing all the cool stuff this guy has but I don't think I could walk around his property snapping pictures either. On the other hand, it looks like all of it has been sitting for some time without being bothered either. Too bad it will all likely rot into the ground without someone being able to enjoy it again. The guy had a good eye for grabbing up what was collectable didn't he?

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Hugh McKinney

01-15-2013 07:44:14
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
Like th' man said, Shame on you! Now, where is this place, I live in Louisiana near Shreveport, it can't be very far from me...I really would like to know if the guy would part out that 450....oh, I mean, SHAME ON YOU! Hugh



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kennell

01-15-2013 07:20:23
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
Thanks for sharing Patrick. pics are very cool. Kent



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kennell

01-15-2013 07:19:23
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
Thanks for sharing Patrick. pics are very cool. Kent



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RegulaRog

01-15-2013 04:56:10
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
The tractor in the top pic is a Regular, not an F-20



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Baelee05

01-15-2013 04:56:00
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
While those are nice pictures you are a little out of line for taking them and posting them. Wandering uninvited around on someone's property is a good way to get shot.



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teddy52food

01-15-2013 10:08:47
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Baelee05, 01-15-2013 04:56:00  
Yes. Put yourself in the other man's shoes. I wouldn't want some one doing that to me & my stuff. Would you?



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realolman

01-15-2013 13:39:45
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to teddy52food, 01-15-2013 10:08:47  
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For what it's worth ... I agree. You got no business on someone else's property taking pictures that you post on the internet... I don't think what kind of tractors they are is relevant at all... Good grief!



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sflem849

01-15-2013 04:52:02
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to soybeanjoe, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  

brian brooks said: (quoted from post at 00:24:43 01/15/13) The one you said super m ,i think, is a diesel notice the exhaust on the right side.


Where are you talking? That red tractor is a SM, no way is it a diesel. You can see the carb and gov plain as day. The exhaust is also on the left.

The W-9 appears to be a WR-9 with the big flat fenders and I think I see a hand clutch. Should also have foot throttle (it actually slowed you down from high idle) but you can't see it.
This post was edited by sflem849 at 04:53:42 01/15/13.

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rustred

01-15-2013 11:15:12
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to sflem849, 01-15-2013 04:52:02  
yes, its a WR-9. it has the hand clutch and decelerator which is hard to see. also has the raised platform with the special fenders. dont want to buy those rear tires though, that will break the bank.



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John M

01-15-2013 05:51:13
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to sflem849, 01-15-2013 04:52:02  
The one he is referring to is a diesel!



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sflem849

01-15-2013 07:51:08
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to John M, 01-15-2013 05:51:13  
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I see it. It is the rusty red and white one. I only saw the bright red one on my first trip through.



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M Nut

01-15-2013 04:11:53
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
Just something to think about, do you think he owner would be very happy to find photos of his things on the internet taken by someone I didn't know when I wasn't home? I know I wouldn't.



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Bob7337

01-15-2013 01:40:02
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
If the owner was not at home,why were you going arround looking at someones stuff without permission? Don't sound like you have any respect for other people. Shame on you!



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Patrick HMD

01-15-2013 00:05:22
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to rustred, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
Thanks for pointing that out. I should have known that. It's just that I have not really looked at that picture that close, but I see it now that you mention it. At a quick qlance I just saw the array of hoses off the live pump, and looked no further, and quessed SM. I didn't see the tractor up close. That was shot with a telephoto. I'll edit it
Patrick

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Nope, can't get back in to edit. Oh well.
This post was edited by Patrick HMD at 01:17:28 01/15/13.

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brian brooks

01-14-2013 23:24:43
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 Re: A walk through a tractor boneyard, (Picture heavy) in reply to Patrick HMD, 01-14-2013 22:38:12  
The one you said super m ,i think, is a diesel notice the exhaust on the right side.



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