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Antique Tractor Supply - All About Antique Tractors
1951 Ford 8N

Our first submitted tractor to show off comes from Stewart of Preston, Idaho! Up for sale is a beautiful 1951 Ford 8N Tractor fully restored and in excellent condition. New tires, new steering wheel, new spark plugs, new spark plug wires, new distributor cap, new fan belt, new hoses, new battery, new oil throughout, new paint, new gauges, including tachometer. Looks and runs like new.
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Antique Cockshutt 30

The first production Cockshutt tractor built in their Canadian factory was the Cockshutt 30. Manufactured from 1946 to 1957, the 30 was also the first production Cochshutt with a live rear PTO system. It was a two-wheel drive tractor with four forward gears and one reverse gear.

The Cockshutt 30 weighed 3,620 pounds dry, and 5,528 pounds when liquids were full. It was 11 feet long and 5 feet tall. It held 15 gallons of gasoline, 1.5 gallons of hydraulic fuel, and 18 quarts of coolant.
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Allis Chalmers 170

The Allis Chalmers 170 was manufactured from 1968 to 1973, and about 9,300 were released. The AC 170 was produced in order to replace the D17, however a few components were transferred to the new 170, including the Power Director, transmission, and Traction Booster.

The 170 came in two fuel-types: diesel and gasoline. The diesel model engine came from English manufacturer Perkins. It was liquid-cooled, had four cylinders, a bore and stroke of 3.875×5 inches, displacement of 236ci, and a compression ratio or 16:1. The Allis Chalmers gasoline model was also four-cylinders, but the outputs were quite different. The gasoline engine had a bore and stroke of 4×4.50 inches, displacement of 226ci, and a compression ratio of 8:1. When the engines were tested, the diesel model had a PTO power of 54.04 horsepower and a maximum drawbar power of 47.39 horsepower. The gasoline engine, however, had a PTO power of 54.12 horsepower and a maximum drawbar power of 46.93 horsepower.
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John Deere Model A

The John Deere Model A was the first actual row-crop tractor of the company, and was produced from 1934 to 1952. The A had a few new features, including an adjustable rear axle on most versions, a completely hydraulic power lift system, and a center-line hitch. It also had two 14-inch plows. Not only was the Model A the first technical row-crop tractor for John Deere, but it was the first John Deere released with rubber tires.
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