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Hi everyone. I thought I'd share the latest to come out of my shop. This started on a Massey Ferguson 1120 AWD chassis with a 3 cylinder diesel engine... A few hours went into the project.

I will have this tractor, and my next project (Farmall F-20) at Red Power in Wisconsin this June.

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Make sure you look us up...

Kurt

Here is the link to the build on the website...

FARMALL 1468 MFWD

http://www.thelittletractorco.com/2016/02/awd-ih-1468-and-awd-oliver-1900.html

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Thanks Chris,

The drive train consists of a 3 cylinder Kubota gasoline engine, mated to a Power King transmission, and rear-end. All of this mechanical work was done by my friend and mechanic, Less Grodi. He is an absolute wizard when it comes to machinery.

FARMALL F-20

http://www.thelittletractorco.com/2016/04/farmall-f-20.html

FARMALL 1468 MFWD

http://www.thelittletractorco.com/2016/02/awd-ih-1468-and-awd-oliver-1900.html

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Thanks everyone.

I can't wait to show them at Red Power...

I'm hoping to take at least 1 order there... If I don't take 1 or 2, I don't know if I'm going to keep coming to Red Power. Last year was the first Red Power in 5 years I didn't take an order at.

I think the "little" M will also be at the show. I don't know if I will have it in my display, or if the customer will show it separately.

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Kurt

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I'm hoping to take at least 1 order there... If I don't take 1 or 2, I don't know if I'm going to keep coming to Red Power. Last year was the first Red Power in 5 years I didn't take an order at.

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Kurt

Darn $3.50 corn. I don't even want to ask how much you charge for your creations (bet its not enough for all the labor involved). I suppose you have a certain clientele for this awesome minis.

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Yup... the prices have changed my clients. In the past I've sold most of my machines to farmers who were still farming... The past year, most orders have gone to retirees...

They run between $8,500 to over $20,000 for the largest most intricate ones.

Kurt

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Not a bad price for such creativity

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