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Long Model A

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04-23-2014 08:20:09

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Does anyone collect Long tractors? Know of a model A for sale. What were the production numbers?

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Traditional Farmer

04-25-2014 18:03:07

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 Re: Long Model A in reply to molinegb, 04-23-2014 08:20:09  
Pretty sure they had the Timken rear like the Cockshut 30 and a Chrysler 6 cylinder engine,several similar tractors were built like them just after WWII.Built in NC as was an even more obscure similar tractor the Corbitt.

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04-25-2014 18:54:41

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 Re: Long Model A in reply to Traditional Farmer, 04-25-2014 18:03:07  
Long A used a Continental motor same as Massey 30 or Cockshutt 540.

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04-24-2014 13:53:38

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 Re: Long Model A in reply to molinegb, 04-23-2014 08:20:09  

I've got a picture of one in my files,but I don't have any idea who it belongs to.

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04-24-2014 04:03:59

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 Re: Long Model A in reply to molinegb, 04-23-2014 08:20:09  
Interesting ! Was not familiar with LONG Model A. Looked it up on Tractor Data and reminds me of a Farmall H. Tractor Data shows Model A built 1948-1949. However it says no Serial # Data ! I have two other sources but came up empty on those so can't help with production data or numbers. My guess is not many produced so may be a rather rare tractor ?
Hopefully we will find someone with more info.


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04-23-2014 16:40:33

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 Re: Long Model A in reply to molinegb, 04-23-2014 08:20:09  
I collect short tractors, better known as garden tractors.

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The Dukester

06-17-2014 11:31:20

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 Re: Long Model A in reply to Harvey2, 04-23-2014 16:40:33  
Easy on the satire there, Harv. Kinda clever though, I guess. Have you ever thought of lo-crops like they made for peanuts, parsnips, potatoes, and sugar beets instead of hi-crops, might be cheaper until the fad catches on......

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