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Farmall -vs- Deere

Two summers ago, I bought a 1952 Super C. The tractor had sat for 15 years, and needed some tlc to get it going. I got it running and used it on our dairy farm raking hay and doing other odds and ends. It smoked like a steamer, and fouled more plugs than I can count on two hands. At the end of the summer, I tore it down and fully restored it. Now it runs and looks like new. Anyways, as you can imagine I took a lot friendly abuse from my dad and others when they saw me walking home from a field which I had driven the tractor to, or the lack bugs within a 20 foot radius of the ol' smokey beast. Well this past summer I used the restored Super C to rake hay and such. One day my dad and I were raking in the same field, me on the Super C and him on a JD3020 powershift. Well we ended up side by side raking a pair of windrows, and I began to pull out in front of him. I made a teasing gesture of how my 1952, 20hp tractor was passing his 1972 60hp tractor. He just smiled back and shifted the JD into the next higher gear and left me in the dust.

Mark Bradley, Pa, entered 2002-09-05
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