> Actually, for about $2000 you can pick up an older, but still competent
> It will be larger than today's imported compact models, but still able to work
> for longer days than you. Surf over to the Antique Tractor Internet Service
> <www.atis.net>, sign up for the general list, and pose your question there -
> will be amazed at the many friendly and useful responses you get. (By the way,
> own half a dozen tractors from different manufacturers dating from 1947 to
> that would fit your description, but they aren't for sale).
Okay Mike, but are you pretty sure that that $2000 tractor will be up to pushing
20 acres of hurricane spoiled timber for 25 years? That was the query.
Tractor dealer for thirty-five years, Massey & Kubota, several thousand tractors
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