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Antique Miscellaneous Tractor: Little Bull

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Little Bull Tractor


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paul willson wrote on Thursday, September 20, 2007 (PDT):
  • my great grandfather had a bull tractor. i have a letter from the company cograndulating him for his wise desion on buying it and i also have a owners manual which desribes how to maintain the tractor. my uncle said they cut it up in a ww ii scrap drive
    karsky wrote on Saturday, September 08, 2007 (PDT):
  • The Bull Tractor Company was located in Minneapolis Minnesota. The Bull listed for 585. Motor was 10hp drawbar 7 guaranteed 25hp belt 20 guaranteed . It had Direct drive with only 4 gears.
    John Tinker wrote on Tuesday, August 14, 2007 (PDT):
  • i have 1965 economy tractor 2 trannys k 301 koler loking for dealer to buy parts from and how to get starter belt replace with out braking tractor mid mounted pto and starter belt go around crank ext like to here from any one about project john
    Homer H. Kurth wrote on Tuesday, March 28, 2006 (PST):
  • This is the story of the Bull Tractor as told me by Charlie, whose father purchased one in l912. They lived 10 miles south of town. "We got work that our Bull was on the loading dock in town. So we hitched the mules to the wagon and went to town to get our Bull. "I wanted to drive the Bull (Charlie was 14 years old at the time), but dad said, 'No, Charlie, I'll drive the Bull. You take the mules, but don't run away from me.' "Seven miles out of town the front wheel fell off. We got the Bull hung on to the wagon and drug it on home with the mules. When we got it repaired, we decied to plow a small field north of the homestead. We plowed about two acres, and the engine quite. We cranked and cranked and could not get it started. Dad got in touch with the company and the company sent a man out to our farm. He checked the engine and told dad it was worn out, and we needed a new engine. And, of all things, dad ordered a new engine. That installed, we started to plow again. This time we plowed about three acres when the engine quit. Again we cranked and cranked, but it would not start. I could see dad was getting sore. Finally he said, 'Charlie, go home and get the mules.' With the mules hitched to the Bull we drug that Bull out of the field into the windbreak right north of the homestead." To this I add that I remember seeing that Bull stand there in the windbreak in my childhood and in my teenage years, when I worked for Charlie. I am now 90 years old
    Homer H. Kurth wrote on Tuesday, March 28, 2006 (PST):
  • This is the story of the Bull Tractor as told me by Charlie, whose father purchased one in l912. They lived 10 miles south of town. "We got work that our Bull was on the loading dock in town. So we hitched the mules to the wagon and went to town to get our Bull. "I wanted to drive the Bull (Charlie was 14 years old at the time), but dad said, 'No, Charlie, I'll drive the Bull. You take the mules, but don't run away from me.' "Seven miles out of town the front wheel fell off. We got the Bull hung on to the wagon and drug it on home with the mules. When we got it repaired, we decied to plow a small field north of the homestead. We plowed about two acres, and the engine quite. We cranked and cranked and could not get it started. Dad got in touch with the company and the company sent a man out to our farm. He checked the engine and told dad it was worn out, and we needed a new engine. And, of all things, dad ordered a new engine. That installed, we started to plow again. This time we plowed about three acres when the engine quit. Again we cranked and cranked, but it would not start. I could see dad was getting sore. Finally he said, 'Charlie, go home and get the mules.' With the mules hitched to the Bull we drug that Bull out of the field into the windbreak right north of the homestead." To this I add that I remember seeing that Bull stand there in the windbreak in my childhood and in my teenage years, when I worked for Charlie. I am now 90 years old
    Chris wrote on Friday, October 01, 2004 (PDT):
  • I heard the little-bull, when new, sold for about $300
    Mike Broad wrote on Wednesday, February 18, 2004 (PST):
  • The first Little Bull sold for how much?
    Stuart Kafka wrote on Thursday, September 25, 2003 (PDT):
  • I have just purchased a 1945 Farmall (H). I need any inforemation i can get. I am new in tractor restoration. I would like to know where i can get a new grill & hood. Also any tips on really anything about it would be noted and i would be thankful for. my two boys (9&13) are really into it.we are biulding memory that they will never forget. THANK YOU!
    dan wrote on Wednesday, April 02, 2003 (PST):
  • I have a12 horse sears white and orange 1-10 its 7or8 runs drives fine little faded i dont have any idea of a value to it i might want to sell it thank you fore your time
    john wrote on Friday, May 26, 2000 (PDT):
  • Can anyone tell me about a small ( 1600 lbs. ) tracked tractor called Argicat ? Made by Joost Mfg. Co , Burkley Ca.
    Bryan wrote on Saturday, February 19, 2000 (PST):
  • Check in "Orphan Tractors" by Bill Vosseller for picture of Bull tractor.
    Murray Weinger wrote on Monday, January 03, 2000 (PST):
  • Am looking for a picture of what the logo on the inside fender looked like on the above 1913 Little Bull tractor. My father in-law is restoring one of these and needs to have the logo painted on the fender. Thanks for any help, Murray.
    kevin thieman wrote on Wednesday, June 23, 1999 (PDT):
  • would like to get some information on the thieman tractor. i heard there were trading cards for tractors, please see if there is one for thieman. thank you, kevin
    Charlene Dentler wrote on Friday, May 21, 1999 (PDT):
  • Would like to see your photo and any information you might have on, Kimble and Dentler co. Vicksburg Mich. They got into the tractor business in 1913. 40 horsepower four-cylinder engine. Thank you, Charlene


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