I ve been fortunate enough to care for my friends ranch, over the past year or so as the family deals with the trials of life.
My friend, who had to leave our province to secure work, asked me if I could look at their old tractor and perhaps get it running again.
Please contact me if you have a picture or if you have this model tractor and can take a picture.
I read this on another web site; If an Oil Pull has the old Du4 American bosch mag on, be sure it is safe and has a good winding and good impulse.
I am currently living in Minneapolis but my Grandfather started his farm in Manitoba and my father currently farms in Saskatchewan.
My father is in the process of selling his farm and his father s my grandpa s tractor was a 1939 Farmall B which he still has.
AC did not produce an engine that was small enough to fit the tractor, so a small Continental engine was used.
A full line of implements were offered specifically for the AC Model G. It has the ford flat head 226 engine, with the cast Iron pan, not the I beam type Engine runs very well, and the trans and hydro function as they should.Our problem is determining a serial number which I understand is on a small metal plate mounted on the seat upright. There is also a number stamped on the transmission case near the gear shift. Can it be used as a identification number in lieu of the missing serial number I have a mint condition 1949 MC Crawler. serial #mc-11476 It is a 2 cylinder Johnny Put Put with a factory front end bulldozer blade and a nicely built logging jammer wench on the back. But it s not his tractor because the monument company couldn t find one.He would be very surprised to see his tractor on his birthday cake - and on his headstone.This little tractor was a radical departure from the rest of the AC production line.It was designed for small farm jobs and truck farming.I would like to sell this tractor for 4 K or interesting trade.