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Jacobsen/Continental ?

Postby John *.?-!.* cub owner » Sat Aug 28, 2004 7:15 pm

A neighbor has come up with an old tractor, at least I guess that's what it is. The side panels say Red Seal, with a badge with a Continental logo, it has a Continental engine, and says Continental on the hood. There is a tag on the dash that appears to say Jacobsen G-6. Part of it gives the impression of being homemade, but it also appears to be commercial made. any information you can give me would be helpful. There are more pictures at http://home.centurytel.net/ejpuckett/Jacobsen/

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Postby johnbron » Sat Aug 28, 2004 8:31 pm

I think I kinda remember seeing those tractors on golf courses years ago pulling gang-mowers. :?:


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Postby Rudi » Sat Aug 28, 2004 8:36 pm

JB:

Seems awful similar to me.....

That should help John out.

Hey where do you find all this stuff?
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Postby Donny M » Sat Aug 28, 2004 9:18 pm

Rudi,

JB is a man of means by no means King of Red Bluff :lol: :lol: :lol: I'm proud to know him and call him a friend :!: :!:

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Postby Jim Becker » Sat Aug 28, 2004 9:20 pm

Toro also made a simlar mowing tractor. Theirs (as far as I know, all of theirs) was powered by a Ford engine.

This looks like they used a fully dressed power unit, as the hood/grill etc. all look like standard Continental parts. Red Seal was a Continental trade name. That model engine was first produced in 1936 and was still in my most recent book (1959). The bare engine was rated 49 bhp at 2,400 rpm.

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Postby John *.?-!.* cub owner » Sat Aug 28, 2004 9:30 pm

Jim Becker wrote:This looks like they used a fully dressed power unit, as the hood/grill etc. all look like standard Continental parts.
It gave me the impression of being a power unit mounted on a tractor frame also.
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Postby johnbron » Sat Aug 28, 2004 9:54 pm

Rudi wrote:
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Hey where do you find all this stuff?



Rudi I just went to google and did a giggle search to find this one.

Ya want me to mail you a page of oodles of Cub pictures :?:
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Postby Rudi » Sat Aug 28, 2004 10:04 pm

JB:

sure, always like to see Cubs - unless they are the 4 legged ones :lol: Seen my fair share of them thar critters :!: :roll: :lol:
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Postby John *.?-!.* cub owner » Sun Aug 29, 2004 8:36 am

Rudi wrote:JB:

sure, always like to see Cubs - unless they are the 4 legged ones :lol: Seen my fair share of them thar critters :!: :roll: :lol:
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Postby beaconlight » Sun Aug 29, 2004 12:47 pm

looks like an air port tug to me.
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Postby Catfish » Mon Aug 30, 2004 5:43 pm

A neighbor of mine has a newer version (1970 something I think) Jacobsen which looks very similar. He said it was used to pull a gang mower on a golf course.
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Postby Bruce Sanford » Mon Aug 30, 2004 5:54 pm

It!s not an airport tug.They have about a ton of half inch steel plate front and back for extra wieght so they can pull very heavy loads,but takes a lot longer to stop.Oh!Oh! :lol: They are usually governerd for slow speed :)
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Postby George Willer » Tue Aug 31, 2004 8:55 pm

Jim Becker wrote:Toro also made a simlar mowing tractor. Theirs (as far as I know, all of theirs) was powered by a Ford engine.

This looks like they used a fully dressed power unit, as the hood/grill etc. all look like standard Continental parts. Red Seal was a Continental trade name. That model engine was first produced in 1936 and was still in my most recent book (1959). The bare engine was rated 49 bhp at 2,400 rpm.


I agree it looks like a golf course mowing tractor. Another common one that was also Ford powered was the Worthington.
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Postby Bruce Sanford » Tue Aug 31, 2004 9:22 pm

George
I know this has nothing to do with the current subject.But the screen grille
you showed awhile back I can!t seem to find it. What was the screen mesh size (squares per inch). I believe the tractor was a 1947. thanks 8) :)
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Postby George Willer » Tue Aug 31, 2004 9:32 pm

Bruce Sanford wrote:George
I know this has nothing to do with the current subject.But the screen grille
you showed awhile back I can!t seem to find it. What was the screen mesh size (squares per inch). I believe the tractor was a 1947. thanks 8) :)


Bruce,

Yes... it was an early '47. The fine mesh screen was 8 squares per inch.

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