A great match with the Super MD, far right. Has factory WF, PS, fenders, live hydraulics. Note the unusual rear weights. Super straight
A "Keeper" because of the features. M&W hand clutch, Charlynn power steering, factory electric hour meter, live hydraulics, etc...
This is a factory LP gas tractor and a 1954 model makes it even better. Has to be very low production. Nice sheet metal and Charlyn power steering. This likely will be a keeper
Some people claim these are not true hi-clears. It looks pretty high to me!! Anyway, I put it in the Super M portion of the shed, to prevent an argument. Nice combination; Louisville made and All Fuel
A rare version of a stage I Super H that has the factory all fuel option
A nice Stage II tractor with very good tires, nice paint and power steering
Well, that's what I'm calling it anyway. Straight from the vegetable fields of California (probably a few years ago) An example of if the company can't supply the features, someone will build what is needed
A nice original '39 with an old restoration. Matching numbers, everything is right about it. Probably will sell the other one; just as original, just not as pretty
The air is rather thin when sitting on this thing.I think it will even work after a little attention.The tanks are stainless steel so rust is not a problem. Will let you know what happens..
Picked-up this nice Super C and sold the other one that I had. 1954 was the last year for the Super C. A very similar tractor was produced later called the Farmall 200
I didn't know that they actually made these. Have never seen another. Real decent tractor, that runs good. Needs paint, the fuel tank cleaned and the rubber matched up
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