1958 Classic FARMALL CUB Tractor - Runs GREAT
* Starts, Runs, Steers, Shifts, Brakes and Cools all Real Good
* 5' Foot IH Front Blade / Snow Plow.
* Just Fully Serviced. Needs Nothing.
Engine is solid with no smoke or blowby at all and within the last year the head was resurfaced and all the rings looked good too. And this Cub comes with the front dozer blade and WOODS belly mower shown. A sharp looking Cub and riding lawn mower and plow unit too as you can see. New radiator, has been fully rewired, new rear axle seals and bearings, new brakes, new carburetor, rebuilt starter and generator and new paint. 1958 Serial # 210829. All ready to go.
(I'm sure some will ask what is parked behind the Cub and that is a Farmall H with new paint and fully serviced ready to go at nice price of $2,100. If anyone has a interest in that I'll post it too. Or we have another Farmall H in original condition that will run with tune-up and battery and it's been sitting a couple years idle and that is $900).
OR - WE CAN DELIVER anywhere in the US very reasonably for .50 to .70 cents a mile one way on distances over 350 miles, or closer by within the immediate region for $.80 to $1.75/ a mile one way depending on where you live and the overall distance.
Will arrive as described guaranteed! The weight of the Farmall Cub Tractor is around 1,650 lbs. No tax on farm equipment.
: In 1923, International Harvester filed patent applications for the first “Farmall” tractor, beginning the era of one of the most popular tractors in history. In that same year, 22 tractors were hand built for field testing and the famous name was trademarked. The lines long history now continues to today with the new $15,000 to $150,000+ tractors being manufactured currently by Case IH/New Holland.
The Farmall Cub was introduced in 1947 for farms of 40 acres or less, with the ability to pull a one bottom (12-inch) plow and a 11 HP rating. Like it’s bigger brother, the A, the Cub featured a wide front and “Culti-Vision.” It was the smallest in the Farmall line, and one of the most popular with over 200,000 sold. Production of various versions continued until 1979, setting the record for the longest production run of any U.S. produced tractor.
A Brief History: "Production began in 1947 and continued relatively unchanged until 1964. Variations of the tractor (International Cub Lo-Boys) were continued for some time after that. The Cub was the only Farmall built with an L-head engine.
Farmall Cubs built in different years can be found with McCormick-Deering, Farmall, and International Harvester decals, depending upon the configuration of the parent company International Harvester in the year of production. For the purpose of this article, we will refer to the tractor as simply a "Farmall Cub".
This little tractor was aimed at the needs of the small-acreage farmer - farms of 40 crop acres or less and truck gardens, or for larger farms that needed an extra tractor. Seven or eight implements were initially designed for it: Plow, Disc, Backblade, Sickle-Bar Mower, Belly-Mower, and a one-armed front-end loader for starters. Like the Farmall Model A, the Cub was off-set to the left with the driver and steering wheel on the right. This concept was called "CultiVision" in reference to the ability of the driver to have a perfect view of a belly-mounted cultivator.
The Farmall Cub Today: "Today the Farmall Cub is still extremely popular - for many of the same reasons it was popular 50 years ago. One of the advantages of this popularity is: if you own one, you enjoy a ready supply of new after-market (replacement) parts.
One of the most popular uses of this tractor today is for mowing large lawns or golf courses with a belly mower attached. New after-factory belly mowers are available from Woods brand equipment dealers. There are also 3-point hitch kits available for these tractors which makes it possible to use many of todays popular 3-point implements. You do need to consider the horsepower of the tractor before using a modern implement and make sure that it is rated for the small size of the Cub.
Many of these tractors are also still in use by gardeners with a large vegetable patch. The Cultivision setup simply can't be beat for cultivating rows of tender young vegetables.
You'll find quite a few Farmall Cubs restored and parade-ready. You can always find at least one at an Antique Tractor Show with it's proud owner standing by. They are not rare machine but due to their continued popularity they can command a pretty high purchase price."
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