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Ive found another extra sharp and extra tough lookin ole Farmall

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That is one bonafide red eye candy Farmall and it even comes with a DT466

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those look goofy w/o cabs...like the seat/steering wheel is too far forward.  

 

Thanks for sharing. 

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21 minutes ago, drglinski said:

those look goofy w/o cabs...like the seat/steering wheel is too far forward.  

 

Thanks for sharing. 

A little case comfort king look?   Is the seat location similar on those?  Big tires make everything look better!!

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48 minutes ago, drglinski said:

those look goofy w/o cabs...like the seat/steering wheel is too far forward.  

 

Thanks for sharing. 

Functional though. Easier to climb straight up one of those imo

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Never said I didn't like it...it just looks goofy.  ^_^

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I kinda like it. Looks good. Not "correct" but looks like a respectable job.  

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very nice but its not a Farmall

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I need new tires for my 240...  think those would look ok? :)

I like the look of the beast, always liked how the IH cabs were raked forwards compared to the JD cabs that straight up from the drawbar.  Might have been easier to hitch up a JD, I don't have any seat time in either.

 

 

 

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              I agree that these without cabs takes away from them .

    However, this particular one looks like a beast and is well done .  If I was buying & restoring one for my collection, it would have a cab. JMHO.

    Tony

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 The nice cab is the biggest attraction to an 86 for me. Otherwise make it a 56. It is a sharp tractor. 

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Sweet

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18 hours ago, drglinski said:

those look goofy w/o cabs...like the seat/steering wheel is too far forward.  

 

Thanks for sharing. 

X 2 . I just think all the work the rest of tractor had then they did a Cheap cutoff instead of fixing cab. But some people like open station. It is nice otherwise just needs a cab. Kind of like when people by old lincolns or cadillacs cut roof off to make a parade car.

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I first saw it and my first thought was someone put some big rubber on a 786. Then I read the 1486 model number.

I have to admit that it doesn't sway me either way. We have a open station 786 that was that way from the factory so the appearance to me isn't that foreign to me. It looks a lot like the 786 to be honest, just big rubber.

With that being said, If someone hacked the cab off to do this I personally think that is a little off. Apparently they haven't had to ride on to many open station tractors down the road in the middle of winter with the temperature about 15 and the wind blowing at you 15 or 20 mph. 

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Handy for those jobs you get on and off a lot. I like it!

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Somebody on here must know who built it. Rest of tractor is top notch everyone has their own preference just not mine.

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Looks neat, I'd have to put a shorter exhaust pipe on it and possibly a muffler.

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that's sweeeet !!!!    here is a 1586 with the round bars.

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I was just in the town it's located at yesterday, about 30 miles away from me.  I like the looks of it.

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On ‎11‎/‎8‎/‎2017 at 3:40 PM, BOBSIH856 said:

Looks neat, I'd have to put a shorter exhaust pipe on it and possibly a muffler.

i bet you could really trim some trees with that exhaust pipe. or vice versa....

its tall enough to keep the smoke away from the jolly green giant.

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I say yes id rather have a cab! But if the cab was trashed and rotting out or in my case rolled 986! cheapest thing you can do to make it look decent! To buy a cab restore it and set on thier your adding another $5000 i bet to the restoration i will say thats the best chop job! If it was 66 series nobody complain about the missing cab!

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4 hours ago, Gleaner k2 said:

I say yes id rather have a cab! But if the cab was trashed and rotting out or in my case rolled 986! cheapest thing you can do to make it look decent! To buy a cab restore it and set on thier your adding another $5000 i bet to the restoration i will say thats the best chop job! If it was 66 series nobody complain about the missing cab!

Key word there, 66 series. Those cabs were crap. A 86 series is way better. 

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Wasn't that a Brunsvold tractor or was that a different model?

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3 hours ago, ArkLa 1086 said:

Wasn't that a Brunsvold tractor or was that a different model?

Wonder how he is doing, has anyone heard from him?!?

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