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Back in the early '60s my dad built a tractor known as the POW'R PUP from plans he ordered via mail. It came in a four-part series of craft prints from Science and Mechanics Magazine. The tractor used a narrowed '35 Ford truck rearend, transmission, and Studebaker steering components. The rest of the parts including the frame, hood, etc. . had to be hand made. He powered it with an AEH 7. 2 H. P. Wisconsin engine. It proved to be very powerful and fun to drive. It is still in the family, but in need of restoration. I am wondering if anyone else has ever heard of this tractor or has seen one somewhere. If you have, let me know!
Shawn, TX, entered 2002-05-12
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