These Are All Restored and Run GREAT
3937 County Road, 609 Cardwell, Missouri 63829
This is a photo of my finished engines. Left to right, they are:
two Maytag Twins, Maytag single, Model H Briggs and Stratton, and a
Model 5S Briggs & Stratton; all engines are restored and run
great. I also have another Maytag single with a long frame gas
tank, and a 1938 Maytag Twin with an offset kick pedal that I am
working on. I enjoy GEM very much, especially articles on
small air-cooled engines.
I also have some tractors: 1953 G John Deere, 1955 50 John
Deere, 1938 F-14 Farmall, 1951 M Farmall, and 1951 M Farmall
hi-drum cotton picker tractor.
Keeping the Doodlebug Project Alive
Farmers from the 30s to the 50s built makeshift tractors called doodlebugs from available parts and pieces found on the farm.
Custom Built Cub Cadet Buggy
Check out Forest Spaulding’s custom-built buggy pieced together using several parts from a cub cadet and various other tractors.
Maytag Tractor, 29 Years Later
The son of the builder of a Maytag tractor featured in a 1989 article gives us an update.