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Hart Parr named Goliath - Anyone name their old tractor?


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sadly and maybe some what childish but I name almost all of the ones I restore. Some are named after the person that I purchased them from some after good friends and some as I see them? My latest was a late 10 - 20 Mogul that looking at if from the back is how I got a name for it. Do really like the Tractor but named it Fat Ass as you can tell by the photo
That is a beautiful 10-20.
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The GS&M Ideal is called Fred because it has Fred XIII stamped into the axle. Not sure who Fred was but he might have been someone at the Brantford works or at the delivery point in Manitoba. I guess we will never know? The Wallis is named Wally of course, but also because the former owner was named Wally.

In another few more years you can re name them WAXMAN
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That is a beautiful 10-20.

I will second that
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I have one that I did not name as it named itself with the help of a couple of friends from Oregon and Washington.
It was late 2004 and I was working on a Caterpillar 22 and thinking about scrapping it out as we had several 22's. I had just started taking it apart when the two friends stopped by. We were talking about it and I showed them the ID tag (which there are 3 in different places). The ID tag said J 666 SP
Now the one friend from Oregon replied and said that is the Anti Cat - So it is so named
It came out really nice and it did make the front cover of the January February 2006 Antique Caterpillar Magazine which was very neat.
Now we have tried to figure out why it had the SP ID added and we have never figured out why the SP. No difference in speed or any attachments was ever on it.
I just thought I would share this different story. We do take it to quite a few shows and enjoy it. Oh and yes it has tried to get me several times
Also in the photo of the rear one can see the name one each side of the brass tag.
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