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  • McCormic Farm-all Cub Stunning condition

    Beautiful little tractor ....For Sale ....along the road-side on my way to work.
    The rear tires look New ! Still have the t!ts on them.

    I could stop and get details and pics if any are seriously interested...???
    sigpicViceGrip
    Negative people have a problem for every solution

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    I had to syop any-way !

    It is just too pretty.
    I don't think it is restored , I think it is preserved.
    1948 , $2500 OBO
    head-light-lenses , radiator mesh+grill , bakelight stearing-wheel
    all look original ...maybe even paint.

    VG
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    • #3
      Originally posted by vicegrip View Post
      It is just too pretty.
      I don't think it is restored , I think it is preserved.
      1948 , $2500 OBO
      head-light-lenses , radiator mesh+grill , bakelight stearing-wheel
      all look original ...maybe even paint.

      VG
      Take any pictures?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by smyrna5 View Post
        Take any pictures?
        No answer at the door ,
        I will have to stop drewelling over it , and won't stop again unless some-one signifies a real interest.

        I've always loved tractors , but am in no condition to spend time & money on one at this time.

        I just know what it feels like to hear about a sweet opportunity ones it's gone .

        Phil
        sigpicViceGrip
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        • #5
          Hey, Phil Pick up a copy of "Old Tractors and Men Who Love Them", bu Roger Welch (sp!) your local library might have it, or be able to order it in, or try Amazon "Used" Its a good read. He is a professor of folk/americana at the University of Nebraska.
          "Good Enough Never Is"

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          • #6
            I'll send that endorsement for the books! great stuff. Man, I wish I could afford that Farmall. My family has a long history of IH employment and equipment use (cept'n my family, we were the city folk).
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            • #7
              Lots of people here in East Texas are still using those old tractors daily. My neighbor has one with a mowing deck on it and uses it all the time.

              Perry

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              • #8
                1948 farmall cub

                Hey vicegrip, I happen to have one, my dad gave it to me, done a lot
                of work to it. Try FARMALL CUB .COM, They have alot of info.
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                • #9
                  I've got a Cub here too - a 1949. They are great little tractors.

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                  • #10
                    Stunningly Beautifulllll

                    Originally posted by Stonestacker View Post
                    Hey vicegrip, I happen to have one, my dad gave it to me, done a lot
                    of work to it. Try FARMALL CUB .COM, They have alot of info.
                    Originally posted by rustluver View Post
                    I've got a Cub here too - a 1949. They are great little tractors.

                    that's it all rIte.
                    must be perpsective the one I see looks smaller ?
                    I want it for Christmas

                    Thanks for posting Guys

                    VG
                    sigpicViceGrip
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                    • #11
                      I learned to drive tractor on one,,, when I was 2, hahaha I wasnt strong enough to shift.
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                      • #12
                        Heck, I am a cubaholic I got 5 of the dern things. Dave F.

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                        • #13
                          Hay VG
                          you need to come up north...there for sale all over up here.
                          MOOOOOOO
                          Just about everything I need...

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                          • #14
                            Those are something of a closet collectable

                            They are cute and small but aren't all that handy by modern standards. I have one of its bigger brothers a Farmall 230. Too high handles poorly just not right for much of anything but row crop work. Now the other one I have is a Ferguson TO 20 little grey monster. Been beating that little puppy to death since 1995 all year round and it just won't die. I like the way it sits low and stable like a modern industrial and the way it drives. Neither one is worth spit with a loader on it though,no power steering, its like driving a steamboat.

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                            • #15
                              About 6 months ago, my kid found a cat on the side of the road. She's still got her t!ts on her, though we recently fixed her wagon, so to speak.
                              --- RJL ----------------------------------------------

                              Ordinarily I'm insane, but I have lucid moments when I'm merely stupid.
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