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Ford model A tractor


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Old 11-03-2008, 05:55:59 PM
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Need pictures of ford model a tractor.the conversion kit type.
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I have an original book on this conversion. What all info do you need?
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Old 11-03-2008, 07:35:30 PM
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I believe that is a Sears Roebuck kit, I may be wrong it has been 50+ yrs. since I have seen one.
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I even found the following 2 links. The first book is the one i have. and all are free to download and are very detailed.

The Ford Motor Car and Truck and Tractor Attachments

The Model T Ford Car, Truck and Conversion Sets, Also Genuine Ford Farm Tractor Construction



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Old 11-03-2008, 08:42:20 PM
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This tractor is parked about a mile from me. I know it's a Model T front end but the back half sure looks the same and may be of some help. I can go get more pictures if you would like me to.
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Here's a couple of pictures that I took at the Jacktown show a couple of weeks ago.I think this is a model T though.I also had someone tell me this is a Pullford conversion.



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nice pictures butch.
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i'm sure steve barr probably has some pics of a couple that were at the crawler show in baraboo wi this past summer.
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Not fancy but it works.
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Where do you find rear wheels for a converted tractor?
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