My Fordsons

By Staff
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This is a picture of my two Fordson tractors- a 1920 and a 1922.

689 Hy 92, Indianola, Iowa 50125. 

 The steel-wheeled one was my first restoration job. It was
in very bad shape. The motor was stuck and needed many replacement
parts. The rubber-tired tractor was running at the time I purchased
it.

Back in my boyhood days, Dad bought a new Fordson like the
steel-wheeled tractor. He traded a horse and a few dollars to boot
for it. As I grew older it was my job to do the plowing, and that
old tractor I never forgot.

So this is why, at the age I am, I decided to go for the
Fordson. They were featured at the Waukee Show this year. We had
twenty-five Fordsons of many different years.

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