Photo Album - Phil's Pictures

HELLO.  This is my 1942 AD I just picked up two weeks ago.  It is a Hercules diesel and it is painted what looks like International Red from the factory.  This appears to be the factory paint, and not a repaint. There are rubber with steel plate street pads installed.  Some have been replaced with steel cleats.  From what I can gather this crawler was used for snow plowing and road work.  There is a mount on the front frame for a snow plow and  what looks like a bracket to mount a salt spreader to the rear pto.  The engine was completely overhauled 10 years ago, but the owner passed away and it sat still disassembled until I bought it.  From the stories I can put together, it was owned by a municipality or a private contractor or both before the last owner bought it.  I have since bought 4 rebuilt fuel injectors for it and some other parts, the injectors were lost.  My freshly overhauled 1948 Farmall M is going to the equipment shed and the Cletrac is going into the shop for a winter rebuilding.  Here are some photos of when I first pulled the tarp to pick her up.  PS this is my first Cletrac and am excited about getting her going for next years shows.     YOU HAVE A FANTASTIC SITE I WAS ON IT FOR A YEAR BEFORE I BOUGHT THIS CRAWLER,   THANK YOU.    Phil, McHenry IL.

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Phil's Cletrac AD

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