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Ad from 1931 magazine - Farmall Regular (PIC)

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SweetFeet

02-10-2014 13:03:39
70.35.103.74



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Just bought an old magazine for this ad... thought some of you might enjoy seeing it too. If you zoom-in to about 180 percent - you can somewhat read it. Sorry, this is the clearest it posts - because my scan of it is actually readable.

I like it because this Regular in the ad,looks like our Regular... same lugs, belt pulley, seat and channel iron & seat-spring system, oil filter on it, etc. (This page will get framed and become part of our wall arrangement of my junkyard art... when I finally get it all done.)

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Royse

02-10-2014 19:05:34
69.36.49.186



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 Re: Ad from 1931 magazine - Farmall Regular (PIC) in reply to SweetFeet, 02-10-2014 13:03:39  
That's impressive Dean!

Hopefully someone in the family still has those tractors.



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jonak

02-10-2014 18:56:23
162.225.217.238



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 Re: Ad from 1931 magazine - Farmall Regular (PIC) in reply to SweetFeet, 02-10-2014 13:03:39  
I spent a lot of hours in the seat of my Dads 29 regular. Loved that regular, would love to have it now. My Dad traded it in on an H in early 50's. Someone in our family has the owners manual somewhere!!



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ShadetreeRet

02-10-2014 18:37:18
76.3.100.234



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 Re: Ad from 1931 magazine - Farmall Regular (PIC) in reply to SweetFeet, 02-10-2014 13:03:39  
Love those old ads! Thanks.



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MtMan

02-10-2014 17:31:33
50.32.113.190



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 Re: Ad from 1931 magazine - Farmall Regular (PIC) in reply to SweetFeet, 02-10-2014 13:03:39  
Thanks Sweetfeet for the picture. Mine is a 1931 like your picture.



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nybadlybent

02-10-2014 16:58:50
74.79.159.227



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 Re: Ad from 1931 magazine - Farmall Regular (PIC) in reply to SweetFeet, 02-10-2014 13:03:39  
Thanks for the great picture. It looks a lot like my Farmall F20. I have some of those old adds and they are priceless.



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Dean

02-10-2014 16:40:23
152.216.3.5



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 Re: Ad from 1931 magazine - Farmall Regular (PIC) in reply to SweetFeet, 02-10-2014 13:03:39  
My uncle bought a new one in 1927 and used it, along with an F-30 until he passed in 1987.

My father and I sold the Regular in 1990 along with the owners manuel, sales brochure, payment book, etc.

The regular had hand and foot brakes with cable actuated turning brakes, a complete set of front mounted disc cultivators, and a hydraulic FEL operated by a hydraulic pump mounted between the engine and the transmission.

Dean

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wile E

02-10-2014 14:17:14
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 Re: Ad from 1931 magazine - Farmall Regular (PIC) in reply to SweetFeet, 02-10-2014 13:03:39  
And the Farmall was patented in July 1923, before cell phones, TV, I-net, all the stuff we know as modern day needs. I watched an ad on U-tube a month or so ago that had this guy and his son trying to start their old tractor, (the video was from about 1938, black and white of course) And the kid goes up to town to buy a new Farmall. The video was about 15 minutes long and it ran through all the models of IH in those days. A great commercial for IH.

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in-too-deep

02-10-2014 14:24:53
64.235.94.33



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 Re: Ad from 1931 magazine - Farmall Regular (PIC) in reply to wile E, 02-10-2014 14:17:14  
Yep! Called "Practical Magic"



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Wheat Farmer

02-10-2014 13:28:06
97.121.145.160



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 Re: Ad from 1931 magazine - Farmall Regular (PIC) in reply to SweetFeet, 02-10-2014 13:03:39  
Love it. Thanks for posting.



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16-30 oilpull

02-10-2014 13:57:27
65.17.161.187



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 Re: Ad from 1931 magazine - Farmall Regular (PIC) in reply to Wheat Farmer, 02-10-2014 13:28:06  
very nice



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johnlobb

02-10-2014 14:11:38
67.142.181.20



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 Re: Ad from 1931 magazine - Farmall Regular (PIC) in reply to 16-30 oilpull, 02-10-2014 13:57:27  
Cool!



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