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Christmas tree C

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clint s

03-02-2013 02:25:30
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This was on another site thought I would share
http://scranton.craigslist.org/grd/3633472979.html




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rhtx55

03-03-2013 06:25:23
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 Re: Christmas tree C in reply to clint s, 03-02-2013 02:25:30  
I would say the lower seat was added for parade purposes. I am just guessing here. Interesting tractor though, I would like to see a video of it in action.

Looks as though the RH drive was accomplished by a shaft in the top and two long drive chains, notice the "access panels" with several bolts.




This post was edited by rhtx55 at 06:28:22 03/03/13 2 times.

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sflem849

03-03-2013 04:28:27
69.197.84.39



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 Re: Christmas tree C in reply to clint s, 03-02-2013 02:25:30  
How do you drive it if there is no seat?



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clint s

03-03-2013 04:52:52
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 Re: Christmas tree C in reply to sflem849, 03-03-2013 04:28:27  
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Still has a seat behind the steering wheel. You would have to look at the pics to kind of see.

http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachments/farmall-vintage-tractors/306016d1362195067-christmas-tree-tractor-farmall-c-2-small-.jpg



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sflem849

03-03-2013 08:44:19
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 Re: Christmas tree C in reply to clint s, 03-03-2013 04:52:52  
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I see it now. My eye went straight to the other seat. :roll:



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farmerjohn

03-02-2013 21:08:38
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 Re: Christmas tree C in reply to clint s, 03-02-2013 02:25:30  
I looked and it has been deleted. I saw one several years ago at Red Power Roundup at Bloomsburg PA



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clint s

03-02-2013 11:47:40
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 Re: Christmas tree C in reply to clint s, 03-02-2013 02:25:30  
[quote="Nebraska Cowman"](quoted from post at 10:03:58 03/02/13) Oh shoot. I should have saved the picture. It was a modified tractor with a high arch rear axle so you straddled the tree for mowing with a belly mower. The Barstow Museum owned by the PA chapter 17 has one. http://www.ihcc17.com/[/quote

http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/farmall-vintage-tractors/272114-christmas-tree-tractor.html

Here is the thread and some info. The one on CL had the mower on it. It was for sale in scranton

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Nebraska Cowman

03-02-2013 13:34:38
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 Re: Christmas tree C in reply to clint s, 03-02-2013 11:47:40  
Humm, the seat is a nice touch but that is where the tree goes. You could not use the tractor and mower with the seat mounted there.



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clint s

03-02-2013 17:34:34
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 Re: Christmas tree C in reply to Nebraska Cowman, 03-02-2013 13:34:38  
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I think on that n the seat was added as it does not have a mower. The one on the CL add had a mower and no seat



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Janicholson

03-02-2013 07:11:10
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 Re: Christmas tree C in reply to clint s, 03-02-2013 02:25:30  
It has been deleted from CL by author. What was it?



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Nebraska Cowman

03-02-2013 09:03:58
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 Re: Christmas tree C in reply to Janicholson, 03-02-2013 07:11:10  
Oh shoot. I should have saved the picture. It was a modified tractor with a high arch rear axle so you straddled the tree for mowing with a belly mower. The Barstow Museum owned by the PA chapter 17 has one. http://www.ihcc17.com/



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Nebraska Cowman

03-02-2013 05:08:08
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 Re: Christmas tree C in reply to clint s, 03-02-2013 02:25:30  
I wonder how many of those were built?



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gene bender

03-03-2013 08:18:56
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 Re: Christmas tree C in reply to Nebraska Cowman, 03-02-2013 05:08:08  
Its a modified B and was built in Canada i dont remember the sign but several were built lots of modifactions were made the pics dont show. The platform was neat.



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