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My dad and I recently bought a Farmall H. He had been after this tractor for several years, I'll say more than 22 but not more than 30. This tractor had sat on a hill side about half way down chained to a very large tree. The tires were shot and the rims were buried up to the cast holes near the wheel weight. It took a chain saw, a D-17 Allis and two days to drag that tractor out of the woods and on the trailer. Funny thing was that after a little TLC (battery and gas plus a hot wire) we were rewarded with a pop and a bang. With this new development I shot a little ether in the carb and I'll be darned if it didnt start right up and cover us in the most gawd-awful smelling muck and water. but it did run after sitting for 20 plus years in the open with a glass jar on the exhaust.
Jeremaih Simmons, IL, entered 2000-10-16
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1936 Farmall F20. Strong runner. All four tires less than two years old. Older paint job. Have video pulling in farm class tractor pull.
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