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red seal tractor

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Tractortommy

06-10-2014 21:45:16
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any body have info on this tractor?




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greygoat

06-12-2014 08:14:38
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 Re: red seal tractor in reply to Tractortommy, 06-10-2014 21:45:16  
That's not a "Red Seal" tractor ! It's a
CONTINENTAL, "Red Seal" brand, power unit, on a
Worthington Golf Course tractor.
Fox River tractor Company used the same on their
pull type chopper units, also, and I've seen them
on Saw Mills, and mining, construction, and Quarry
equipment.



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CGID

06-11-2014 06:34:31
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 Re: red seal tractor in reply to Tractortommy, 06-10-2014 21:45:16  
From the looks of the yellow vehicle in the background, I'd say the owner is pretty good at making a pile of parts into a working machine.



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Rick Kr

06-11-2014 09:09:12
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 Re: red seal tractor in reply to CGID, 06-11-2014 06:34:31  
Agree. Yellow vehicle sure looks like a 28-29 Model A cowl.

Rick



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Dan S (NY)

06-11-2014 05:55:03
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 Re: red seal tractor in reply to Tractortommy, 06-10-2014 21:45:16  

Does it look like the one in this picture? This is a Worthington golf course tractor that has Red Seal down the front of the hood and uses the red seal engine.

Dan



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Dick2

06-11-2014 05:36:34
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 Re: red seal tractor in reply to Tractortommy, 06-10-2014 21:45:16  
It doesn't show up in the American Encyclopedia Of Farm Tractors.



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big jt

06-10-2014 22:04:34
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 Re: red seal tractor in reply to Tractortommy, 06-10-2014 21:45:16  
Pictures would go a long way to helping here.

My guess what you are asking about is a homemade tractor that used a Continental Red Seal engine.

jt



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smallercrawler

06-11-2014 10:26:40
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 Re: red seal tractor in reply to big jt, 06-10-2014 22:04:34  
big jt-have seen several stationary Continental Red Seal power units (badged as shown on Worthington) converted into "tractors" as you say.



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Adirondack case guy

06-11-2014 05:41:01
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 Re: red seal tractor in reply to big jt, 06-10-2014 22:04:34  
Case used the Continental Red Seal diesel engines in the 300 series tractors in 1956-57
Loren, the Acg.



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big jt

06-11-2014 05:59:27
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 Re: red seal tractor in reply to Adirondack case guy, 06-11-2014 05:41:01  
I can think of a lot of tractors that used Red Seal engines. However very few have any Red Seal badging.

BTW the V (not VA) series Cases used Red Seal continentals also.

jt



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