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Grandpa love

01-09-2021 05:00:23




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Posted this up in tractor talk, but figured some folks hang around here. Picked up another '49 cub yesterday. Cheap enough. It was under a lean-to, the barn burnt up. Tires are burnt. Wire coatings burnt but the wires are intact. Boots are still on spark plugs. Radiator and oil still look good. Both front hubs wouldn't turn at first. Half way on trailer one started to turn. Mower belt is burnt off. Fan belt was on it but when we touched it it fell apart. Funny thing, I don't go looking for '49 cubs but I keep getting them. Had a stuck cub a few years ago, '49. Purple cub '49. Burnt up parts cub '49. Mississippi cub '49. This one '49..... Our sons cub is a '50. And my dad's is a '56 ? I think. Cubs around here are holding their value pretty good. Seen several sell for a good amount. Looking forward to getting this one purring again. Motor is loose and mag snaps over good......thats a good start! Front rims are bent. I think seller did that dragging it out to the driveway....... May have to hunt a couple.

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Jim in NC

01-09-2021 05:34:35




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 Re: Another cub in reply to Grandpa love, 01-09-2021 05:00:23  
Saw it on tractor talk. Your ability to find cubs is amazing. If their value is generally good in your area that is also a plus. Here there are still many farms with Cubs, Super As, and 140s that were used in tobacco fields. Most of them stay parked in their barns. People are slow to part with them, maybe because of nostalgia. I have not heard of any bargains locally. One thing is certain, there are plenty of parts available for them.

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