Posted by Camille on October 31, 2012 at 10:57:25 from (184.108.40.206):
I'm trying to confirm whether the Gibson model A was ever used as a tug by the Air Force during the WWII era. We got this information from the seller, but the tractor doesn't have a data plate, and we don't have any information about previous owners. If anyone has any information, I'd be much obliged. I'm posting to this forum because this seems to be the group with the most information specifically about Gibsons.
I was thinking about contacting the Gibson Tractor Club (gibsontractors.com) to ask them, but it seems like the organizer of that group, sadly, might have passed away earlier this year (I found an obit while doing research). Does anyone know if that group is still active under new leadership? Are there other Gibson clubs out there?
Thanks so much for any information you might be able to share!
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