This Was a Father and Son Project

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Tommy and Troy Young, 1850 Miller Pike, Lebanon, Kentucky 40033, bought this tractor as a 'father and son project.

1850 Miller Pike, Lebanon, Kentucky 40033

Our tractor was found in Taylorsville, Kentucky. After I told my
son about the tractor, we went to see it, and fell in love with it
because it was one of a kind in our area! We bought the tractor and
it was running and in great condition.

It is a 1952 Cockshutt 30, Serial #34828, 4 Cylinder,
‘Buda’ engine, built in Brantford, Canada, and sold through
Co-Op.

After taking it home, we steamed it, sandblasted and painted it,
and added new front tires and decals.

We both enjoyed working together on the tractor and putting it
in the Marion County Ham Days Festival. This is the first tractor
with continuous PTO.

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