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1/2 scale Cub Cadet Original

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kashaver

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The post with the toy below got me thinking. There is a man showing a 1/2 scale model of a Cub Cadet Original around here at tractor shows. It is about the size of or slightly smaller than a pedal tractor. Is anyone making them?

I have toyed with the idea of making a similar (But working) model using a Kohler K91 engine, with a Peerless transmission and Differential. Right now it is just an idea and I'll never live long enough to follow through on all my 'ideas'.

But if anyone has any similar pictures, could you please share them?

Thanks!
KShaver
 

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Was it Roy Bakers Original? Roy is from Shipman, IL
 

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just what we need for the ihcc addicts. hahahha .. orders in .. 127s 49s 100s qutielines all around lol .. we collect the big ones why not the lil ones hhahaha
honey i need to put a shelf up in the livingroom..

glad i put a bed in the shop for naps hahhaha
 

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Cool!
Not the same one. The one in these pictures look like they are on the way to being a fully functional model. The one I mentioned is more of just a showpiece, it has no functional engine or transmission, for instance. But it looks good, though.
 

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Cool!
Not the same one. The one in these pictures look like they are on the way to being a fully functional model. The one I mentioned is more of just a showpiece, it has no functional engine or transmission, for instance. But it looks good, though.
Oh it runs. I'll see if I can find the video. (y)
 
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