Farmall H, HV & Super H, 1939-1954
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There is a lot of reason for my smile, I am sitting on the tractor my father farmed with for 45 years, and I learned to drive on as well as using for many hours, then a friend of mine bought it from the relative who owned it and he along with others of the forum fixed it up and gave it to me as a surprise, in addition, in the picture it is setting on the floor where we were preparing to build my new tractor shed. How could I not be smiling.
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There is an H coming up for auction on April 12th. I just got a flyer in the mail today from a friend and he knows the tractor. He drew a circle around it (Farmall H, new tires, paint & fenders) and wrote "Good Stuff" VanHorn Farm Equipment Auction
Buckeye Cub Tug
August 8 & 9, 2014
My Dad has 2 H models. I have also worked on another H. The only problems we have seen are leaky transmission seals and shifter ball end wear. Both easy fixes. Yes tires are high 350 -400 $ each, so are TV's, washers, and taxes. It is your choice, but after my JDA project is done, I will look for a H or a M.
Farmall Cub Ol Red # 137572 August 1951
Sometimes, I amaze myself !
If you can not learn to do it well, learn to enjoy doing it badly.
Other than Eugene and Boss Hog, you guys sure aren't doing a very good job of talking me out of it.
I have an e-mail into the seller and would like to go take a look at it to see if it really is just a "thrasher" and not worth the time...
Mike (Happy as a Lark in Allison Park, PA)
Check out my Restoration Thread (1955 Cub, Lewis)
What, you have not picked it up yet? What is wrong with you? You know you want it. It is a tractor. You can fix it. All it takes is time and money.
Since I haven't seen it Mike, nor have no idea of the price, I'll withhold judgement...
If I liked 'em, liked the tractor and the money worked...I'd be on it like ticks on a hound.
This comin' from the man with an "M" in his stable, among several others, and no real room for any of them LOL
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