ANTIQUE TRACTOR RESTORATION

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antique tractors!

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Antique Tractor Restoration
Cockshutt 50

The Model 50 was introduced in October, 1952. Production was halted in 1957 with a total of 3,974 units being built. It was advertised as a 4/5 plow tractor powered by a Buda 273 cubic engine which produced approximately 50 HP. It featured a 6-speed Transmission, Live Power Take-off, and a Live Hydraulic System. The tractor had an overall length of 132 and weighed approximately 5,900lbs.

Cockshutt 540

The Model 540 was the only utility-style tractor Cockshutt would ever build. It was powered by a continental engine which produced around 30 HP, and was standard equipped with Live PTO, Hydraulics, and 3-point Hitch. The Model 540 was equipped with the same transmission as its big brother, the 550. The Model 540 was first produced in 1958, however no 540‚s were produced for model year 1960 due to excess inventory. When production of 1962 models ceased, a total of 2,500 540's had been built.

Oliver Super 55

Produced between 1954 and 1958, 30HP, made with gasoline engine only.

Allis Chalmers 7040

Produced from 1974 to 1977, the 7040 was a well-featured tractor. It was powered by a 426 cubic inch turbo-charged Allis Chalmers engine and produced in excess of 135 hp. It had a 20 speed transmission and a large 45 GPM Hydraulic pump to handle large implements. It sported a comfortable cab with heater and optional air conditioning and other operator comforts. The fuel tanks held 51 gallons of fuel and the unit weighed a whopping 11,500lbs!

Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star 2

Made only in 1963. 40HP. Only 113 produced.