Model A Tractor
looks to still be in pretty dang nice shape. i bet it still runs. has a modern battery.
I've seen a few of these at antique tractor events. Also saw one at a swap meet outside of Denver, the guy wanted a LOT of money for it. There is also a guy in England who made a nice hot rod out of a doodlebug.
I saw one of thse when i was a kid at a bone yard in KY and was like WTF is that!!!???
Lots of Model A's and other 30's cars were made into tractors during the depression and WWII. They were called doodlebugs. Most had two transmissions and a truck rear end and large tires in back. I had a '32 Chevy doodlebug when I was in high school in the 60's. It had the original mechanical brakes and was complete from the cowl forward. Wish I still had it. I think I paid $15 for it. My father had it crushed when I was in college. If you put the rear transmission in first gear and the front in first also, it would crawl at a very slow speed. They never were a very good substitute for a real tractor.