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So i had to bring this home, best i figure its a late 50's Bready tractor. 6hp briggs. completely original, paint and tires. everything is there and works, came with a snow plow and mower deck. the nose is solid cast iron, front axle has springs on the spindles. this little guy weighs about as much as my hb212. cool little piece of history. Not an allis but hey still neat.

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Love that old retabular deck too...I'd give her a good cleaning and see where things end up. Fresh white would really make it pop, but I'd be tempted to leave it original.

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