Posted by Rustyj14 on November 07, 2011 at 18:10:25 from (220.127.116.11):
In Reply to: Re: 1923 fordson posted by Doug Shaw on November 07, 2011 at 03:57:57:
My Grand-father had one way back in the 30's/40's, that sat under the barn over-hang, out back. Didn't run, but i was too young to know much about them. Us Grand-kids played "farmer" on it for years. Grand-dad allowed his kids to talk him off the farm around age 80, or so, and they moved to town. A local fellow told me that the old tractor had been dropped on Germany during WW II! I was over in France, but never saw that tractor. Saw a whole mess of busted, bombed German machines, though. Heck, ya ought to try to get it running! Be a shame to scrap it. Been too many old antique machines sent to the scrap yard! After i got back from war, i saw two nice old thrashing machines setting in a local scrap yard. guess they got cut up. The restoration craze hadn't got started yet.
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