I know you are down in Alabama but is there a chance that this tractor could have frozen at one time? All of your water leaks are typical of what we run into up here in Michigan, the Unemployment capitol of the USA. Down south it's not so common but in the northern states EVERYTHING MUST have anti-freeze or be drained before winter. If not, Ice in the cooling system will literally blow an engine apart at the water jacket, radiator, thermostat housing, etc. A cracked block can also leak water internally into the oil pan. If that's the case you might start looking for a block. Sometimes cracks can be welded. I once had a D2 with a small external crack on the main engine behind the Injection pumps that I patched with JB weld.
P.S. Not many people know this but the name "Michigan" actually comes from a Potawatomi Indian word that means "Chief with head up rectum".
Last edited by zootownjeepguy; 11-28-2010 at 07:58 PM.
'46 Willys CJ2A Farm Jeep, '49 International KB-7, '31 Allis Chalmers U, Cushman Scooter(s)
Antique garden tractors & outboard motors
Other rusty old junk comes & goes without warning.
The 2 most useful tools to have in your shop are a Crystal Ball and a Magic Wand