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Pat in WI
12-16-2006, 03:10 PM
Not to be outdone by Willie....

Just kidding!

But I did come across this little TEN with a front end loader. It hasn't run in 8 years but is leaking oil from all the right places. The equalizer spring was removed and a fabricated, solid bar was installed in it's place. Has a broken radiator upright support on the right side. Engine is loose and it has an electric starter that is chain driven to the pto shaft! Hydraulic pump is mounted up front. Tight quarters in the operators area, and can you say blind spots! Original carb but wrong magneto. Has two of three brass tags on rear. Serial number looks like PT 473

Waiting on a price.

12-16-2006, 04:07 PM
Pat; That looks close but no cigar I think mine has more stuff on it LOL, I would call the stuff what it really is but they guy that built it was very proud of it. Also mine has right mag and runs but my chaindrive starter use crank spot it has chev alt. ,chaindrive pump on leftside, battrey on the fender powerwagon grill with a unique system, has 2 contrl valves push or pull both at same time it raises and lowers even or push 1 at a time it lowers that side only, probably the first hyd tilt ever built LOL. But if you want ill send you all the accesories when i cut them off then you could jump right into the dirt moven bizz. If anybody ever went to vista show and saw it in the parades the guy had wiskers and catface painted on the dozerblade and a big tail that came up from the drawbar and it will be in many more parades but look nake next to what it did in its last. Oh whats you address so UPS can del. the goodies

12-16-2006, 04:31 PM
Blind Spots ?? I would think you could see the horizon and beyond from that Porch swing seat. lol


Pat in WI
12-17-2006, 03:09 AM

Thanks for the offer, but it looks like I'll have my own pile of "stuff" ;) if this deal goes through. You're latest find does have lots of sheetmetal yet. I looked around in this shed to see if anything was laying around. Mostly old Ford and Ferguson parts.
The magneto on this one is an Eiseman, just not a GV-4. Not many of these old Cats laying aroung here on the east coast. I find it pretty amazing that folks took the time to fabricate what ever device they wanted to install on these tractors. All in all, the loader was a pretty nice job.

Good Luck with yours sir!

Pat in WI
12-17-2006, 03:18 AM

I think the swing will cost extra! There were lots of extras piled or stacked on and around this tractor. Almost hard to see when you walked up to the shed.

There is a nice Allis Chalmers model G parked near this TEN. Would love to have it too but someone has already inquired about it.