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I am 13 year old and one day I went over to help my friend at this farm house he is fixing up. So we had to bring some farm stuff to the dump. So we went into the shed and he tells me to hop on the Farmall C and start it up and bring it out back behinde the house were all the stuff was. So a man came behinde the house when we were working and asked if my friend if he would give him the old rusted Fordson. My friend goes yeah you can have it if you pull it out. So my friend had me back up to this steal wheel monster and he tided the chain to both tractors and I put the throttle up till it would not go any more. Then when I started to pull the Fordson it gust started to slide across the dirt. My friend tells me to hold up. The guy that wanted the tractor hit the shift on the old Fordson and told me to try it now. There was ten feet of chain between us then when I started pull the Fordson. So I am pulling a steel wheel tractor backwards and when I look back to see how much chain is between the two there was one foot of chain and when I strated to pull the tractor there was ten feet of chain. The old tractor was getting closer. I was scared to death that if I stoped moving in first gear the tractor might slam into the back of the Farmall C and the stell tires would pop the rubber ones. So I was going around in circle to try and stop the tractor from hitting me and it took about 5 min but I got it. The guy that wanted the tractor goes kid good job you didn't freak out and slam on the breaks like most people. He goes how did you ever do it I said I got three real farm tractors of my own at home and I drive them alot so I know what to do. But when ever I think about that tractor and me I just laugh about it now.

Jon, CT, entered 2002-01-20
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