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grnlark

Not an Allis but it's yellow...

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grnlark
I'm sure you guys have seen me post various Panzers I've bought, sold or added to the "do not part with" fleet. Well, last week I went to go look at another Panzer I saw on Craigslist. The Panzer was a wreck, but I saw the tail end of this thing sitting there in the back of the garage. Turns out it was a 1965 Cub Cadet 100. I asked the guy if he was interested in selling the Cub and after negotiating price back and forth for a week I finally went to go get it the other night. It's a fully functioning driving and mowing unit. It's the first Cub I have ever owned, but so far I think its pretty awesome. I think it immediately graduated to the "do not part with" fleet. p.s. I removed the air cleaner and gas tank to fix a leaky fitting, thus the reason they appear missing in the pictures.








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sbull78
wow nice shape!!!!my dad has a 149 and they are built like tanks!!!they are probably the only other brand i would have in my collection...with the exception of a jd 140h3..and that is it for green....

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D-17_Dave
Very tough tractors, but, very hard to work on when something goes wrong. BTW, don't bother trying to use the deck, after using a Simplicity to mow with you'll be ready to sell it if you do.

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xenon172
Nice looking Cub! Hard to find the older ones with fenders so you definitely have a keeper. They aren't that hard to work on either and they are fun to drive as well. It's true they won't mow as well as a Simplicity but nothing else does either

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Michiganmobileman
Nice finddOd! That one does look to be in great shape. I Have had several cubs B4 I converted to Simp/AC, still have a rolling chassis with hydro rear end in the parts pile, might find a use for it sometime. Tough well built tractors. Greg

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Homesteader
nice find! those are really nice tractors. every once in a while check the motor mounts, we got ours in a pile because he broke all four off and twisted the clutch bracket all to heck.

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