I think that's a farmall, I had one in the early 50's. The smooth rear tires with no lugs irritated me even at the age of about four. Mine had an open grill that my older brother wired a big old car horn to and I took it and 3 or 4 bars of the grill off with a hammer.
Re: Case Pedal Tractor in reply to gab, 02-25-2013 13:51:48
Your comment about modifying the grill on your pedal 'H' reminds me of my own experience. I had a cast iron team of horses and a wagon (or maybe a manure spreader). Took a hammer to them one day...got a good paddling for that!! It was probably an Arcade or a Vindex, since this was back in the early '40s.
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