Pat's Tractor Crossing

handbuilt and customized tractors

 

odds-n-ends

When I'm not building tractors, I'm designing other odd vehicles just for the fun of it. I enjoy bringing these to tractor shows and parades.

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Old Time Buggy

I used an 8 hp Briggs & Stratton engine, a 5-speed transmission, and a rear end from a John Deere rider. The buggy has push cart wheels and springs from snowmobile skis that are turned upside-down.

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John Deere Motorcycle

I used a Honda 500 front frame and a starting engine from a John Deere R. The seat is from an old John Deere manure spreader and the gas tank is modified from a John Deere model A tractor.

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Croc

The Croc is my version of a John Deere Gator. I used a Yamaha golf cart front axle, Harley Davidson golf cart rear end and a 13 hp Honda engine. The fenders and seats are from a garden tractor.

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Hotrod Wagon

I turned an old Radio Flyer wagon into a hotrod with a 6hp Honda engine. The frame and seat is from a John Deere 111 garden tractor.

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Old Time Tricycle

The front wheel is from an old milk cart and the rear wheels are hand-built. The frame is a modified bicycle frame. I later added a box in the back for deliveries.

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Waterloo Boy

A non-running 5/8 scale model of a Waterloo Boy.

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Bathtub Ride

An old style cast iron bathtub and porcelain toilet are mounted on a National reel mower frame. A 6hp tecumseh engine drives the rear end.