But right now, well it's mostly full of the tractors this household has acquired. Red tractors. I've been led to believe Farmall Red is the only color that matters in vintage tractors.
This poor little yellow guy is a 1956 Farmall Cub. It's yellow because at some point and time it would have been used for road work. He's in the midst of a little makeover. I don't think he will be staying yellow. Fortunately for me, he's now in the barn and not my parking space in the garage.
This workhorse is a 1946 Farmall B.
I'm not sure I like the white grill on this one. It'a 1952 or 1953 and is a Farmall Super C.
And here's another cutie... it's a 1941 Farmall A.
This fellow is destined to be parts. He'll be able to help others be restored to their glory.
And this big fella is the one that started it all. This monster is a 1946 Farmall M... and it's tires are almost as big as me.
So... what's in your barn? And the final question is... are you fan of red or (gasp) a fan of green?
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