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LanceB 20591 41 Farmall 100 either
Farmall 100
A tough little tractor!
Re: Farmall 100
Front view from the side.:-)
Re: Farmall 100
Front view.
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Yes they are tough little tractors, I can remember when they
were several of these tractors on farms here in the Missouri
Ozarks, but seldom see them anymore for farm use. quite a
few around with belly mowers on them to mow large estates
and what I call a yard

Roy :-\
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Hi Roy,

I love these tractors, especially the 140. That is the
tractor that I grew up on so to speak. My grandfather used
to farm, and that was his tractor. He still has it and its
still a good little workhorse.:-) Have you ever had one of

Re: Farmall 100
I have a B Farmall that my wife's grandfather bought new in
1946 and a few pieces of equipment that go with it, I
restored this tractor a few years back, on occassion we
bring it out, but it mainly justs sets in the shed. I also
have 48 Cub we puchased to restore,but haven't got around
to it yet. It has the orginal paint and headlights still
work. I grew with Farmall tractors. The first tractor I
remember driving was a C Farmall, We had others, but I drove
the C

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Hi Roy and Lance, boy you are on home week here, the first
tractor i was allowed on was a farmall c granddad also had a
M at the same time but i wasnt allowed to run it untill i
was almost 18 or 19 its been too many years to remember
right i have noticed that the c seems to be much harder to
find than the h among the old small farmalls am i right? i
would love to have a cub or 100 series with a belly mower
for the orchard, the j.d. is too tall to fit. i have to use
a garden tractor! tuff little sucker too!by the way both the
C and M were tricycles that may have been why they didnt
want me on the M it was a real powerhouse, all 57 or so
horsepower if i remember right. have times ever changed!
have a good day, eric
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Yes, I agree there are lots of H's and M's out there for
sale, but seldom do you see the C farmall, don't know but my
quess they were not as many built as the H and M. I see
more A's than B also here in my area

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When I drove the C my Dad drove and H which he bought in
1949 and the H was rather large tractor here in Southern
Missouri near West Plains This area was full of the 8N
fords, A and B Farmalls and others of this size at that
time what they would refer to as a 2 bottom plow tractor
seldom did I remember people refering to horsepower just how
many plows it would pull What area do you call home?

Re: Farmall 100
hi roy, sorry its been so long getting back here i got busy.
i hail from eastern iowa and i mean eastern, the ol miss.
river is about 10 miles from the house. we're just small fry
but we struggle along
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