Boy, ain't it yeller, though? You'd think Caterpillar made it.
Really, I don't know its maker...I'd like to though.
That'll do till they find a yellow one (or 'yeller', as my grandpa would have said).
It is kinda washed out, isn't it. New paint should freshen its sparkle.
Minneapolis Moline. What the wealthy farmers of the era used.
Tractor safety. Always move it in reverse first. If the wheels are stuck/frozen to the ground, the rotational force will be forcing the front end down. Move forward first and the tractor can rotate around the axle and land on top of you.
Never seen one of those before. Nice lines on that old tractor although I don't like the trike front end types.
Row tractor...sucker will bounce right off the ground. I wouldn't kick her out of the bed for dancing though.
Still used around here. They can be repaired by the farmer and don't have all the "new fangled" computerized parts.
Indeed, the beauty of quality and good construction.
You see several of these down here on the farms or at the Tractor races.
Same make? I've never seen one, at least to my knowledge. Thanks, Sweet Sandy.
That's different, and pretty!
Isn't it. You need one for your ranch. Thanks, Bro.