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1949 Farmall small H pedal tractor

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01-29-2008 19:55:09

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I have a Farmall small H pedal tractor with the original Firestone tires. It has no holes on end of axles or pedal crank. Does anyone have any information on this tractor? Thank you

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03-28-2008 18:25:11

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 Re: 1949 Farmall small H pedal tractor in reply to brroso, 01-29-2008 19:55:09  
Hello Brroso,
I have been searching for this tractor for 25 + years and am happy to see these comments and remarks on your pedal tractor. All the
information is true and correct. I myself know of only 5 of this tractor.
I am very interested in purchasing your tractor
if you can provide excellent pictures and contact info for $50,000.00. My email is
Thanks, Rich

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02-04-2008 16:43:21

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 Re: 1949 Farmall small H pedal tractor in reply to brroso, 01-29-2008 19:55:09  
brroso, if you are entertaining offers on a possible sale would $30,000 pry that beauty away from you? If interested I would leave contact info.

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02-02-2008 21:11:32

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 Re: 1949 Farmall small H pedal tractor in reply to brroso, 01-29-2008 19:55:09  
I have been researching and collecting Eska Farmall/ IH pedal tractors since the mid 1960's The information provided by pedalman is 100% correct. I know of 4 here in the midwest that are in private collections. Putting a true value on this rarity is difficult as have never saw one myself up for sale or at auction to base a price on. In my opinion it would be in the $25,000 - $30,000 price range, certainly that could be an under estimate if one went up at well advertised auction. Good luck to you brroso, what you have is a Farmall/ IH pedal tractor collectors dream.

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01-31-2008 19:22:22

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 Re: 1949 Farmall small H pedal tractor in reply to brroso, 01-29-2008 19:55:09  
Greetings Brroso, totally agree with pedalman's comments to your question. It is a certain rarity and a highly sought after tractor if casting is in excellent with no real damage to the Firestone tires. I do have the regular H in my collection, never saw the no hole/Firestone up for sale or at auction, btw is this tractor for sale?


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01-29-2008 20:17:22

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 Re: 1949 Farmall small H pedal tractor in reply to brroso, 01-29-2008 19:55:09  
I can help you with that question working for Eska Co. during production of the H pedal tractor. The first 50 of 100 with the Firestone tires were assembled with no holes drilled for cotter pin on front post axle and rear axle. Also ends of pedal crank were not threaded for hex nut end caps. Original plans for the H were designed for no holes using a flanged cap to secure the rims and rounded dome caps similar to the type used till mid 60's for the solid rubber pedals then changed after first 50 cast of the Firestone - International Harvester contract for cotter key and hex nut end caps till end of production of the all Eska H in late 1950. The tractor you have is very rare as I have not heard anything on this tractor with no holes in many many years. The value would be more than the red generic (which were to be the John Deere A) pedal tractor. Hope you find this information helpful.

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