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This Pony was bought new by my great grandpa just after WWII. My father and his siblings have many fond memories of this machine and he has recently passed it down to me for restoration. It still needs a little bit of work but is running and driving great.
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The family’s John Deere stable on an East Tennesee farm.
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Old Iron Acres Collection
Allis Chalmers D15. This tractor is used almost daily on our sweet corn farm in Ohio. Still running strong after all these years.
CA with cultivator in the snow.
This tractor was purchased from a neighbor's estate sale. It had not run for many years but was in good mechanical condition. After a fresh paint job, new decals, and new wiring, it looks like new!
1934 Allis Chalmers WC and 2 bottom plow
A pair of Allis Chalmers I picked up in North Georgia. Let the restoration begin!
I originally was going to look at the CA when the gentlemen I bought them from offered me the C with the purchase of the CA at the same price. So I got 2 for the price of one. I was picking up the CA to start after I finished the Allis Chalmer ED40 I am curretly restoring. So now I have one extra project so like I said let the restoration begin.
1939 Allis Chalmers B, used to maintain the ground of Enochville Airport.
1970 Case 870 AgriKing.
Tractor drives in Nebraska are becoming very popular and a tractor of this type would be great, having factory cab, heating and airconditioning. I started searching for the 870 Case tractor that was purchased new by my Father in the Spring of 1970, having no idea if I would ever find it.
In the Fall of 1989 my dad had a farm machinery sale, and the 870 Case was sold. After finding the person that bought it at the farm auction, trading it off to a farm implement dealer that had since retired but had a record of the person that it was sold to. I contacted the owner who was 50 miles away, and was still using it on a feed wagon. He was willing to sell it.
The tractor had a complete engine rebuild and I installed the turbo charger that was not factory. Stripped the tractor down, and it has been completely rebuilt and painted. All the cab glass is still original.
This tractor was restored in memory of my father, his name is still on the dash of the tractor.
1951 JI Case VAC
Image of some oldies that have many memories.
1948 Case VAH High Crop. Found on a dry farm in South East Idaho. Did a ground up restoration.
Case 10-18 originally purchased by my great grandfather. Currently owned by Aaron Hynneman.
1951 Case VA. Got it running in 1978 and did its share of work until about 1998. Got restored about 10 years ago when I finally found the time. Still runs strong.
Case LA under Thundery Sky!
Our 1951 row crop Cockshutt tractor and 120 Cockshutt trailer plow on display at the edge of our soybean field
1957 Cockshutt 35 Deluxe. Cockshutt built 1850 of this model. I restored it using Steiner parts. It runs great! After many years of hard work, it spends most of its days at shows or parades.
1950 Co-OP E3 Diesel. Cockshutt built very few of this model with the diesel engine. Some sources claim only 400 were built. I am in the early stages of restoration. I will be relying on Steiner to provide many of the parts I will need.
Cockshutt 40, 35 Deluxe and 30 out for some fresh air!
1950 Ford 8N in Denton Texas
The tractor, we believe, is a 1957 model Ford 900 series owned by Rich and Mary Houzner of Elroy, Wisconsin. They purchased this tractor from a local Ford / New Holland dealer about 6 years ago. They liked the styling of the old tractor and were in need of a small tractor to handle some of the smaller jobs around the dairy farm. They also wanted a smaller tractor to get their young boys operating farm equipment. This tractor has done all that and more, and was the perfect edition to their all Ford / New Holland implement fleet. It is a family favorite to rake hay and corn stalks with.
It was bought new here in New England and it spent its life working hard till my customer bought this and my Farmall. I restored them both and now they have a beautiful barn to sit in and get driven every weekend. They have a much easier life now.
This tractor is a 1955 Ford 640 serial #37437 which was originally owned by Wayne's Father-in-law, Donald Gregory. Wayne purchased it in 2016 and it was restored by Chuck Sadler from Burfordville, Missouri in 2017. Eventually it will belong to one of Donald Gregory's great-grandsons, Seth Brandel.
Farmall Super A in the sun set.
1947 Farmall M owned by Brandon Bloomquist
Farmall Super AV Demonstrator. It has BN rear axles and drawbar. I built this Buddy Seat tractor in 2016 so my daughter could cross the Mackinac Bridge with me.
Donna De Silva
It ain't just boys that win those trophies!
1950 Farmall M in Ohio snow.
My grandfather's 1947 Farmall B that I restored.
1967 Farmall 706 with German Diesel. Owners Bary and Sara Morrow of Bloomfield, Iowa. Restored by Mike Schantz.
This 1939 Farmall F-20 was not running when I purchased it. I had to go thru the engine and various other components to get it running again. I enjoy taking something that could have been scrapped and bringing it back to life. When I drive an old tractor I think abut the work that it has done and what it must have meant to the original owner when it was purchased new. If only this old iron could talk, the stories it would tell!
Plowing with my Cub.
1957 Farmall 450 owned by the Cobb Family of Montgomery City, MO. It has been in the family for four generations now. It was restored by Brett Nordwald of Warrenton, Missouri.
My 1949 Farmall Super A pauses beneath a sugarbush of 150-year-old sugar maples on Tuckerman's Farm in Dorchester, N.H. Every spring I tap these maples to make syrup.
1941 JD B w/ JD #51 single bottom plow.
My 1941 John Deere B was shipped to Reese, Michigan in April of 1941 and spent its entire life in the area until I purchased the tractor for the son of its 2nd owner in October 2017. It now resides just West of Kalamazoo, Michigan.
1936 John Deere B with No. 51 plow. I restored these for my Grandfather in 1991. Still starts on second attempt after sitting each year. My Grandfather bought this to duplicate the 1936 B his Father purchased new and his brother still has.
1964 John Deere 4020 getting ready to plant grain in Alaska.
This John Deere 720 Diesel was purchased from a friend who planned on parting out the tractor about three years ago. It was in rough shape. About a year later for Father's day, my kids bought a John Deere 720 peddle tractor because my family thought the original would never move from its spot in the barn. My son Jim and I worked on it since that time acquiring the parts to rebuild the tractor with the help of our local John Deere dealer and Steiner's as we tried to keep it as original as possible. We finally finished this 1957 project mechanically in March of this year and with the help of our friend John Eicher and his boys Jeremy and Brandon, put the final touches of paint, tires and final assembly in time for my son Jim's wedding in May. Thanks to all those who worked many hours to make this tractor come back to life.
John Deere Model A with a snow-capped Caribou Mountain background.
1937 John Deere AOS. The picture was taken early in the morning with a little fog and Mt. Baker in the back. We can see this mountain from our front room window.
A number of years ago a customer came in the JD store and said his brother had a JD model A for sale and would like to know the value. After some discussion I was given the phone number for the brother. After looking at the tractor, I had not seen one that looked like this, we did some looking at the dealer and found that it was an AOS. Only about 800 were made and ours was number 32 of the first year. It took a number of years before I found somebody to make fenders and side wings. The tractor spent most of its early days in Yakima Washington before I purchased it. There are only two of us in the area with this type of tractor.
Making Hay while the sun shines...1939 Model A John Deere, 2000 5410 John Deere East Tennessee
Cutting soybeans with John Deere 630 and 30 Combine at Half Century of Progress.
Picking Corn, John Deere 45 & 210 corn head.
1937 John Deere Unstyled A
John Deere D Plouging
Just finished baling hay at the end of the day with my John Deere 60 tractor and John Deere 224T baler. Picture taken on the Palouse in Idaho.
The Massey Ferguson 70 is comprised of two 1961 MF35 tractors less their original equipment front axles, and steering systems. They are coupled together via an articulation pivot carrier on the front tractor supporting the front end of the rear tractor. The pivot incorporates a trunion design on the lower plate that allow the two halves of the tractor to move independently allowing one wheel to go over high/low terrain without affecting the other half. Steering is accomplished by two double action hydraulic cylinders, controlled via an orbitrol unit with operator input via a steering wheel, and supplied by pressurized hydraulic fluid from the front tractor auxiliary supply. The hydraulic cylinders are attached to arms fixed to the lower 18" control plate which in turn is connected directly to the front tractor. The upper 18" control plated is connected directly to the rear tractor frame. The movement of the cylinders, one extending and one contracting causes the two halves to articulate via the two circular plates.
The front tractor is controlled and "driven" from the operator position on the rear tractor. The operator can control the throttle on the front tractor via monitoring of tachometer for front tractor RPM and the control lever for throttle position. The operator can also control the front tractor forward and reverse gear (1st, 2nd, 3rd and Rev) selection as well as high and low ranges. The controls are implemented via control cables connected by custom levers on the rear tractor to original equipment levers on the front tractor. The front tractor clutch is controlled via a lever mounted near the operator position on the rear tractor. This lever operates a master cylinder which drives a slave cylinder on the front tractor, which via custom linkage, activates the front tractor clutch.
The rear tractor retains the full 3 point hitch/lift capability as the original tractors to allow connection to Ferguson System implements.
HELP! CALL Steiner @ 800-234-3280. They have the parts to fix this 1963 MF 65.
This is a 1963 Massey Ferguson 65 tractor with Multi-Power. I purchased it at an estate sale and it had been rode hard and put away wet many times. I am going to split the tractor and put in the necessary seals and check the clutch. I also need to go through the hydraulic system. The tractor runs but needs a good tune-up and the exhaust system fixed. I have been looking for parts in various places but was delighted to find that the steering wheel is available from Steiner at a price close to ones found at salvage yards. I will go with a new one. I need to do a lot of work on the seat before I can order new cushions, again from Steiner. I will take some more pictures and send them along after I get it going again. Before I fix this one though, I am going to work on a '63 MF 50 that needs less work. Those parts will come from Steiner as well.
Tractor is owned by David and Joe Batliner.
The Mail Pouch barn in the background is located in Lanesville, Indiana, the home of the Lanesville Heritage Weekend Festival.
This tractor was restored in 1994 and is one of many restored Masseys in the Batliner collection.
1957 Ferguson F40 Mid mount cultivator.
My Massey Pony got caught out in the ice storm of 2018. Bought from an auction in British Columbia, Canada.
1955 Model of Massey 33, my father purchased this tractor and I worked from the time I was 10 years old. I now own the tractor and had it totally restored in 1999.
1953 Minneapolis Moline UB. The UB was successor to Moline's highly successful UT row-crop model. With a foot clutch and elevated operator platform it was a big improvement in operator comfort and visibility. The driver no longer had to stand up to see where he was going.
My Dad had a wide front end UB just like this and when I found this one with four rotten tires rusting away under an oak tree in Cisco, Texas, I knew I had to have it. After two years and several visits, I finally convinced the owner to let me have it.
Restored with help from the late Vince Schertz of Brownfield, Texas. Vince was almost 90 when he worked on the UB and had been a tractor mechanic for more than 60 years. He knew most of the tractors made from the 40's to the 80's inside and out. No shop manuals required.
A fully restored MMoline wins the pull!
Minneapolis Moline 4 star restored 5 years ago by Dylan Haas in memory of his great-great uncle Dale Haas and family.
1946 Minneapolis-Moline ZTS
This is a Minneapolis Moline Twin City JTS made in 1936, my Grandfather Tony Grzeskowiak bought it for his farm when my Dad was little, and I grew up using it mostly for side raking, and my wife Amy and my kids got to use it growing up side raking with it too. We retired it just a few years ago, now we just use it for show.
1959 Oliver 550
The 550 was successor to Oliver's Super 55 and almost 200,000 of this popular little tractor was produced from 1958 through 1975. The 550 was strong for its size, delivering 35 HP at the drawbar and was offered in several configurations.
Restored by Joe Tarbet, Lubbock, Texas. Joe is a good friend who helped me start collecting and restoring old tractors. Joe found this Oliver in a very dilapidated condition at a cotton gin yard near Lamesa, Texas. In its last years it had retired from plowing and was used to pull cotton trailers around the gin. I watched Joe restore this Oliver and years later when he decided to liquidate his collection, I was fortunate to be able to buy it.
1969 Oliver 550- This tractor was bought brand new by my wife's grandparents. We bought the farm and are now the owners of the tractor as well.
My 1947 Oliver Row Crop 70. Found intact but stuck in neighbors barn. Many years of off and on restoration.
1960 Oliver 440
Only 700 of these were produced by Oliver. They were designed to be used for cultivating tobacco fields in the Carolinas, Virginia and Southern Pennsylvania.
This one does have a complete set of front and rear cultivators which have been removed. Also this tractor was up-fitted with a 60" Woods mower that runs off the PTO. The hydraulic lift cylinder and hoses are with it.
The original drawbar, front wheel weights and top link are with it. Pretty much a complete unit. It does run smoothly and is a blast to just drive around.
It will start its mechanical, paint, decal restoration in the Fall. We plan on keeping it as a very pretty working tractor.