1928 Ford Truck converted to a tractor....
Was a 1928 Ford now just a good ol' tractor.
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79fordfanatic  - March 2, 2011
whats the price a arm and a leg
yoteeee  - June 14, 2009
All though it appears to have the greatest traction ever, those steel wheels where not that great. The doodlebugs generally didn't have low enough gearing unless they installed a second transmission, which often made the frame so long that you could not get them turned around easily. With the standard three speed most of them had you could not get much of a plow moving. When you did have the power it was not hard to get the wheels to spin because they are so wide. The only way to stop the spin was to add more weight, which would make it sink in soft soils. Hey, but they do look cool don't they?
legratrodder  - April 30, 2009
this is called a doodlebug. During WWII farmer couldn't get tractors or afford them. They built tractors out of Model A's and the like. Cost almost nothing to build. Not much of a tractor though.
fastlaneford  - May 24, 2007
Who needs 4 wheel drive with rear wheels like these.
55pickup  - May 5, 2007
Well....you'd never get stuck.
realamerican  - April 4, 2007
no way... 351
vibesup  - February 22, 2007
A blown 540 Big Block and it's off to the pulls...
37dodge  - December 14, 2006
Now this would look good on my farm
ryno0314  - November 30, 2006
his is the most coolest thing i have seen in a few weeks. does it run still?
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Created: May 02, 2008 By: oldride
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