I recently sold my 1950 Farmall Cub to free up some space in the barn. That didn't last long because this AC-B from 1942 followed me home. It will be a perfect little tractor for the summer shows.
It features high-end luxury conveniences such as a crank start and individual hand brakes. I'm still not sure how to steer and use both brakes at the same time. There are no newfangled gauges to worry about but it did come with a nifty dowel rod fuel gauge. While my large rump appreciates that wide bench seat, I've got to find a safer way to mount this old horse before I need an orthopedic surgeon. Mrs. Rod likes it because I'll be in the house before dark (no lights).