Also i have seen white Cub's, white A's and B's and even white C's but i have never seen a white H or M or, for that matter, any of the 100 series either. He asked if the white Farmalls were really dealer demo models, how many tractors were painted white at the factory, and if there were any mechanical differences. So i guess i dont have a demo, but it got me thinking and my question is this: is there any other way to know if you have a demonstrator tractor, ie. I know someone is keeping track of the 1026s, as well as others. The promotional display signs were reproduced by computer from photographs of originals owned by Darrell Darst. They could have been painted white in a dealer's shop and then used as demonstrators, or they could have been repainted by an individual farmer who just liked the look. Farmall or International row crop or wheatland 3.
He also knew of a white 1941 Farmall A, so maybe a few Farmall tractors were painted white both before and after the 1950 promotion, possibly for special orders. Is there not a specific list showing what ones were used for the demo's? The other 99% may be out there, and they may never be found. You shouldn't base a tractors rarity or value on how many they built, it should be on how many are left. I also believe that there are over 10,000 White Cubs on the show circuit. I know we are talking about a 56 year old tractor, but it's a possiblity that there's still an 80 year old retired employee out there somewhere, who knows something.
Later, in May 1947, the first Farmall Cubs were built at the factory, and then, when it was introduced in 1948, the Farmall C. Some standard red painted items were added later, such as the distributor, air breather cap, steering wheel, lights, seat and wheels. These machines would be used by dealers as demonstrators, as well as display models in showrooms and at county fairs, and it was hoped that the unusual color would catch the farmer's eye and improve sales. Owners first and last name or the name of the dealer or salvage yard who has it 7. Contact info is not a requirement - It's a request. Thank you to all who have helped thus far! Thanks to all who have helped me get to where I am now, and Thanks to anyone that brings a new number my way!! If most of your codes are S or T then it is a good change that the lower radiator housing was swapped out at one time.
Or you can post new topic on one of the boards. When the program was over the dealers supposidly had 6900+ used tractors, then they painted them red and sold them as used tractors. Alot of these tractors were slap worn out and thrown away. There are still a couple of numbers missing. How much horsepower does my Cub have? By that time sales of the Farmall Cub were shifting from agricultural purposes to municipal and industrial purposes. This promotion was to drum up new business to increase new cub tractor sales, correct? Gallery Add extra photos here please.
Let us assume that this is correct. Antique Farm Tractors Vintage farm tractors on rubber tires with various implements. I may have to hit you up for some help if I have any problems!! No 6900+ isn't that rare, but when there's less than 1% accounted for that changes the odds a little. They didn't wash them, change the oil, they welded on them, rigged on them, ran them through brush thickets, and generally did more harm to them than good. The white paint professionally applied is DuPont Imron. I also do not give out personal info, I don't ask for phone numbers, or emails, I to think if someone down the road is looking for a certain serial number, I can get them the name, and location, and they can do the rest!! They couldn't sell these to the public.
The other Here is where I really go overboard. It was built through 1954. I am open to suggestions on how to make this easier for all. This is a list of the individuals on this board who are keeping track of serial numbers. You state 106517 but I read it as 106512. By 1953 a high-clearance option with 4. Dick bought the tractor, painted afading, peeling, red, on Dec.
My Demo is serial number 104,xxx which according to the above would mean it was built late in the program. Serial Numbers Information Year Serial no. Mike Mike, I think you pretty well have it as far as what is known on the demonstrators. Give us a try and. The original 9-hp pto Cub used an 60 ci 4-cylinder gasoline engine governed at 1600 rpm, a 3-speed sliding-gear transmission, 3.
Recently i purchased a Farmall Cub that the top of the transmission was white underneith the red paint, needless to say i was pretty exited, however, no where else in all of my paint scratching have i uncovered anymore white paint. Basic info ie, gas or diesel, gear or hydro drive ect 5. If you have a serial number for someone, have the following information; 1. When it relevant I will list tractors location, owner and any particulars about the tractor; esp if some one brings up a specific serial number, and I have it listed, but will not pass out anyother info. Not all of them were painted white.
I have never seen a paint committee decision or any other paper work to this effect. What's the earliest known demo serial number? Once that is done, I will make a list on my first post of who is doing what, and how to contact them. The one above is from 1963 and shows a serial number of 221399J. If its on a dealers lot, I would like the asking price also! Once that is done, I will make a list on my first post of who is doing what, and how to contact them. That tractor would of been made in December and not fit into the White Cub Urban or Rural Ledgend. If all of these tractors were painted White there would be 6,980+ or-. The one above is from a 1957 Lo-Boy and shows a serial number of 4391J.