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Well it's time to cull the herd a bit.

I had wanted to restore this tractor, but dont see me getting to it any time soon, so maybe it time for it to go to a new owner.

It is a 1944, with the 5hp motor. It comes with a 30" deck, set up with crossed lightweight grass blades.

I have not run it sence last summer, but ran fine then. Could use a good tune up, but hey it is 60years old.:D

The deck has some cracks in it, but probably could be just welded up. This has the wood handles, and they are there, but have some cracks. As for anything else, ask and if I know, I will tell you. Untell I sell it, I will keep working on it, so may update the discrepton.

I would like $300 for it, but more then willing to trade. Any Case/Ingersoll parts, tools, Ford N stuff, other Lawn and garden stuff, anything, what you got, and I will see if I need it.

The tractor is in the Albany NY area, and realy dont want to get invalved with shipping, or any overseas deals.


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Paul, Are my eyes playing tricks on me or is that a spin-on oil filter I see. I didn`t think they had spin-on filters in 1944?. Some kind of adapter perhaps?.
 

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Ya thats a spin on. Sometime in its life it was updated to the replaceable oil filter. Has a guage also, but it's broken.
 
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