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|I Have My Dad's First & Second Fergy|
I am 51 years old and live on the 3rd generation farm where my Grandparents lived. I have the T0-20 and TO-35 that my dad bought NEW. The 35 is a '55 and the 20, I'm not sure of. The 20 has the motor siezed from sitting out all it's life, and is all rusty, but all there except the radiator that I robbed out of it about 9 years ago. I needed it for the 35. I learned to drive that TO-20 when I was just 5. I steered it through the field with the hay wagon while my father and uncle ( both gone now) loaded the wagon from baling on the ground. The 35 I mowed with until 2 years ago. It needs a radiator and the generator rebuilt or converted. I also have a MF1080 that dad bought while I served in the Air Force. I plan to restore the TO-20 or have it done. The TO-35 only has 3, 200 plus original hours on it. I love Fergies as much as my dad did. I also have the plows, cultivators and trip bucket manure loader, although the loader needs some repair. I just bought a new TC35D New Holland 4WD Boomer with loader and backhoe. I hope it will be HALF the tractor that those Fergusons were.
Keep it country, Landon
landon, PA, entered 2003-05-23
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