Photo Album

By Staff
1 / 5
This Christmas lighted D was a joint venture of brothers Rick and Jim Mayberry. As they were passing through the area of Geneva, NE, around Christmas of 1987, they saw a lighted F-12 and were so impressed with it that they decided to try doing it themselv
2 / 5
Dale A. Hoxie of RFD 3, Box 177 A, Stonington, CT 06378, restored this 3 HP Geiser, s/n 932.
3 / 5
...meaning the final drives on Robert Ryffel's Cletrac F and Cat D 10. Photo was taken near the Mehmke Steam Museum at Great Falls, MT. Ryffel lives at Box 12, Belt, MT 59412 and says the Cletrac gets a lot of attention from crawler owners at shows.
4 / 5
Harold Hauger of Rt. 2, 10819 Tucker Rd., Mt. Vernon, OH 43050 writes to say that this 4 HP Associated s/n 405439 is his favorite. Hauger has been collecting and restoring gas engines for over 16 years.
5 / 5
A 1950 8N Ford tractor owned by Robert Butterfield, RD, Amsterdam, NY 12010. Restoration was by John Coons of Fonda, NY 12068.

This is a 1935 model D John Deere jointly owned by the Mayberry
brothers, who are from Enid, OK. The tractor was traded for by
their dad Buddie in 1960. Buddie used this tractor for various jobs
until 1967 when the tractor was left to sit idle. Between being
busted up from the freezing of water left in the cooling system to
bullet holes from target practice, the old D was getting in bad
shape.

In 1980 the brothers took pity on the poor old D and proceeded
to get it going again. Repairs were made, steel wheels were
installed and it was painted. The tractor is once again alive and
well and has another lease on life.

Everything Old Is New Again

My Favorite Engine

Gas Engine Magazine
Gas Engine Magazine
Preserving the History of Internal Combustion Engines