Model A Tractor
This model A is sitting at an old cement plant. It looks like it was made into a tractor of some sort as it has a big rear differential with gigantic rear tires on it.
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29trkguy  - May 22, 2011
still shines!
morodder  - June 13, 2010
looks to still be in pretty dang nice shape. i bet it still runs. has a modern battery.
53plypat  - December 9, 2009
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.
4wheelsandaseat  - November 21, 2009
I saw one of thse when i was a kid at a bone yard in KY and was like WTF is that!!!???
legratrodder  - November 18, 2009
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.
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Created: Apr 18, 2008 By: oldride
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