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Check out this page Kent just added. Anyone recognize the manufacturer? They are more famous for another product. Anyone know what it was? S. L. ALLEN & CO., INC. FIFTH STREET AND GLENWOOD AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA. 19140 [A href='http://www.simpletractors.com/attachments/seeder.htm']http://www.simpletractors.com/attachments/seeder.htm[/a]

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Woodydel
Planet Jr. walk behind tractor. Owned one 10 yrs ago as lawn ornament. Gave it away to collector buddy. Woody

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PatRarick
Planet Jr. made a walking tractor. Probably lesser known, is that they also made horse pulled agricultural equipment. I own a Planet Jr. single row horse pulled cultivator that my grandfather used to cultivate potatoes and corn. What color were the walking tractors? My cultivator appears to have been dark green and yellow. Pat

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Woodydel
I remember dark green but not the yellow. It was so old then it may have been repainted..Woody

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ka9bxg
I had some paint mixed up for my planet jr. bp1. They called it pea green with red rims nice little tractor.Bob

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MPH
use to take one of those to school for lunch hour and thake it home on friday. Hours of my childhood spent..MPH

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Dutch
Here's what I was thinking of.[A href='http://www.uspto.gov/go/kids/flexflyr.htm'][img src='http://www.mcsports.com/graphics/product_images/p306363dt.jpg'][/a]

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