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Vintage Tractors Earning a Living


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Old 07-10-2018, 07:00:33 PM
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Our museum has an 9n ford gets almost daily use all summer. In the winter our snow plow tractors are W4 and a TD9
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My main tractors here are a '51 WD Allis Chalmers with a WD45 engine and a '58 Allis D17 LP.
The WD is the everyday use-for-everything tractor. It run's the bush hog mower, pulls the cultivator, does the heavy lifting with the #9 loader, pulls the driveway leveling drag and any other chores around the place in the summer. Winter it is fitted with a 7ft snow blade on the front and a rear mount Oxnard blade to clear my snow plus other chores.
The D17 LP is my main loader tractor around here as it has 4 way hydraulics and a good sized bucket.
A '50 Allis WF and a '47 WC round out the working fleet for raking hay and hauling the hayrack with a load of grandkids and their parents. The steel wheeled Allis 20-35 likes to run the threshing machine at the Ukrainian Village museum in the fall. All help to keep this place up and running!
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