I can now do what i use to dream about, have a tractor for every peice of equipment so you don't have to take half a day changing equipment. :thumbsup: (that was before 3 point hookups) The sad thing is, now that i'm older and have all this equipment, i don't farm that heavy anymore and after putting all the work into fixing those tractors up, if i sold one it would be like selling one of my children. :lol: Jack
I learned to drive a tractor on an old 8N... I must of been 10 or 11 at the time. fast forward 15 years and while working for Ford Motor Co I likely sold the last complete new block for an 8n down around Macon Georgia when I helped clean out a old tractor dealership.
those were good tractors but they were hell on the fences... if ya' know what I means... and some here likely do.