1951 Farmall M Pulling Tractor For Sale In Denver, Indiana

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Make
Farmall
Model
M Pulling
Year
1951
Price
$16300
City
Denver
1951 Farmall M Pulling Tractor For Sale In Denver, Indiana 46926


Get ready to maximize your efforts with this 1951 Farmall M Pulling Tractor. This durable pulling tractor has been very well maintained which has enabled its great condition. It comes fully loaded with options and features that are perfect for anyone who enjoys the finer things in life.


Highlights of These Features Include:

Motor Built 5 Years Ago
Motor Work Was Done By Gary Baker From Michigan
( He Is Well Known Among The Pulling Tractor Pulling Members )
Forged Pistons
MSD Ignition Gives A Stronger Spark And Also RPM Limiter
Battery And Fuel Tank Are In Front
High Octane Fuel Because Of The Compression In The Engine
Stainless Steel Tank
Special Hitch And Wheelie Bars
Fire Extinguisher On Side
18.4/38 Cut Tires To Help Dig In The Dirt
Rims Are Cut To Lower The Weight Of The Tractor
Class Winner, Pulls In Classes 5,000 To 7,000 Pounds
Weighs Approximately 4,700 Pounds

And So Much More!!!

This 1951 Farmall M Pulling Tractor is ready to start pulling today. It competes with other antique pull tractors. It has always placed in the top 3 with several 1st place pulls. If you are someone who appreciates quality equipment at a great price than you owe it to yourself to check out this 1951 Farmall M Pulling Tractor. Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity to gain industry success because this pulling tractor is priced to sell. Call today for more information on how you can put this industrious 1951 Farmall M Pulling Tractor to work for you!!!
 

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1951 Farmall M Pulling Tractor For Sale In Denver, Indiana was posted on 01-21-2020 by Quickbye in the Heavy Equipment forum.
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