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I’m never gonna get around to restore this, so it’s time to pass it on.
These started life as a Farmall “A” in basic form and were converted into tugs by the W.F Hebard Co. and used in factories, airports, the military, and anyone else that needed to pull stuff around.

Drivetrain is all Farmall. Engine won’t turn over, but it doesn’t appear to be from rusted cylinders. With the down turned exhaust and updraft carb, I can’t see rain getting in. Not sure if clutch is rusted fast or why the engine might be stuck. What you see is what you get.

Serial number is: AL620
Engine serial number is: FAA73755

I’ve been told this is an early A14.

I personally don’t care if you only want it for the Farmall parts, I just need it out of my garage before I muster up the nerve to fire up the torch and haul it off in pieces to the scrap yard.

$900 OBO

Middletown, PA
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What it should and could look like.
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Nate, that is a neat piece! Even though it’s red, I wouldn’t want it chopped up and hauled off, so maybe there’s a place with more red equipment you could also list it? It would definitely make a neat show piece for someone!
 

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I held out and finally sold it locally. Guy’s going to restore it!
 
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