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1955 Cub Loboy

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EZHangin

08-23-2002 17:31:44




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I absolutely MUST have me a 1955 Cub Loboy. I love the look and size of this little beauty. What were these little tractors used primarily for? I can't see them being big enough for farming. I saw a Farmall Cub Loboy at the Athens Ontario IH show this summer, it was owned by Tack's Toys. Man that was a beauty! All the lettering was chrome and the seat looked very comfy. I did not catch the year on that one though but am thinking it was after 1955.
If anyone has one lying around and needs a good home for it , let me know. Ha , Ha.

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Jerry

10-27-2003 12:46:10




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 Re: 1955 Cub Loboy in reply to EZHangin, 08-23-2002 17:31:44  
I got a '55 lo-boy at a dealer near home. Paid $1750. Has woods mower and a blade. Woods was great at getting me a manual for the deck. Can't tell how to mount the blade. Runs like new. Dad had one when I was little. It's the best thing I ever spent money on!!!



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Merlin

08-24-2002 07:01:39




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 Re: 1955 Cub Loboy in reply to EZHangin, 08-23-2002 17:31:44  
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Its not a Low Boy, but it could be bought with a woods belly mower.



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EZHangin

08-24-2002 21:21:51




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 Re: Re: 1955 Cub Loboy in reply to Merlin, 08-24-2002 07:01:39  
That's a beauty little Cub, but I am bent on the compact Loboy, Thanks for the pic.
EZ



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bigchew

08-23-2002 18:46:56




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 Re: 1955 Cub Loboy in reply to EZHangin, 08-23-2002 17:31:44  
I saw a good looking one on ebay::search for farmall,,cub,,international,,It was like $1200.



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Red Raider

08-23-2002 18:32:46




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 Re: 1955 Cub Loboy in reply to EZHangin, 08-23-2002 17:31:44  
Check with tractor and implement dealers, regional classified tabloids (the Greensheet, etc.), shows, ATIS classifieds, roadsides, behind barns. Keep scanning. Anybody have a '55 grill?


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EZHangin

08-23-2002 20:33:59




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 Re: Re: 1955 Cub Loboy in reply to Red Raider, 08-23-2002 18:32:46  
Red Raider.....That picture is the exact picture of the beauty I saw here. I liked it so much I put it on my desktop. It really is a gem.



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Farmall Don

08-23-2002 17:48:59




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 Re: 1955 Cub Loboy in reply to EZHangin, 08-23-2002 17:31:44  
My brother in law bought one for $2,500.00 last year and that thing is in perfect condition. I mean perfect. It is like brand new and what a machine. He uses it to cut grass and its fun to just watch. Good luck finding one.



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Justin NY

08-23-2002 17:48:19




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 Re: 1955 Cub Loboy in reply to EZHangin, 08-23-2002 17:31:44  
EZHangin, I have a 1949 I just restored but it's not for sale,I know of a 1956 IH lowboy with a belly mower I believe is 5'wide.The tractor is completely restored tires,new clutch ect...It's a beautiful tractor he did a really nice job!!He was asking $2850 for it at the begining of the summer he wanted to sell it to get a fancy new mower I told him he was nuts!!!!!If your interested I could stop by his house and get his e-mail add. or phone# for ya,located in the Western NY state area close to Buffalo and Rochester, Justin

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EZHangin

08-23-2002 20:37:50




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 Re: Re: 1955 Cub Loboy in reply to Justin NY, 08-23-2002 17:48:19  
My Canadian dollars would add up to over $5000.00 for a beauty like that. I have to find one in Canada that I could restore myself. I would pay perhaps $1800 loonies if it runs and is retorable.
Thanks for the reply though.



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