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Classic Old Tractor Photos

Jeff Wahl

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10/02/2019
A "Classic Old Engine Photos" thread exists on the Antique Gas Engine Discussion board. So I thought why not create one in Lugs and Cleats as a place to share vintage photos of early tractors. I'll get it started with a large cabinet photo of a IHC 45 Mogul tractor...





 

LeRoy IHC

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Hi Jeff

I have an original operator's manual to one of these early 45 Mogul tractors.
A lot of people don't realize this early 45 Mogul was Hit & Miss and not throttle governed

I also have a parts book with this tractor in it. I've been helping a collector look up all the drawings for this tractor as he is in the process of making patterns and castings to recreate one of these. I made the crankshaft pattern some years ago and I'm pretty sure a crankcase has been poured and possibly machined by now for it. It's quite the project.

LeRoy :wave:
 

Jeff Wahl

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10/02/2019
Here's a photo postcard of an another early 45 Mogul. I think I borrowed this one from Ebay :shrug: Thanks for the info LeRoy! That does sound like quite the project!!!

 

loggah

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Heres a picture of one of Ed Lacroix's lombard tractors working up in the Allagash region of Maine in the late 1920's. i actually own this tractor no.9 i am in the process of rebuilding it this winter. Don

 

Stuart Landry

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07/12/2019
Hello Fredrich,
The tractor in your first picture is a Four cylinder, three wheel drive Saunderson ,
made in the UK , There is one out here in OZ, and i think one in Canada,
Does anyone know of other survivors ?
 

Goldbug66

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1911 Type B. Interesting extra toolbox. Can't wait to get my B out and head for Pawnee!! Thanks for posting.
 

eblinga

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Mitchell, is that the one with the Rumely sticker on the back you showed me at the Orange Spectacular this year? That is an awesome photo.

Andy Ebling
 

Masseytech

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The Saunderson is located at the Western Development Museum in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Just saw it a couple of weeks ago.
 

m jorstad

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andy yes that is the one i picked up hutch.

---------- Post added at 07:15 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:13 PM ----------

and it does have a nice rumely sticker on the back
 
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