Someone on another thread asked me to post a couple of photos of my Avery. If I ever win the lottery, this is my restore project. I may have told this story in the past here, and if I have, my apologies.
This tractor was the first piece of motorized farm equipment on my grandparents' farm, when my dad was just a child. My granddad traded in the 2 plow mules on the tractor. All 3 kids cried, because they didn't want to see the mules go. The mules went to work in the rice fields in Louisiana, where, at the time, they couldn't get the available motorized stuff in to work there, due to the wet conditions.
When my grandded passed away, the tractor became my dad's. I was still quite young at the time, and rode several hours on the tractor when dad was driving it. (I know, safety police would cry foul today, probably rightly so, but it sure made some good memories!) When my dad passed away, the tractor became mine. So, she is still technically, a "one owner" girl!
I thought she was a 1936 model for a long time, but looking at her data plate and serial number, she is a 1941 model, according to what I can find online. Sorry for any confusion.