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This picture is a 1929 version. The Farmall Regular was the first all-purpose tractor made by the company. Initially it was simply called the "Farmall", and it wasn't until 1931 that they started calling it the "Farmall Regular".

Farmall Regular Tractor


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Comments on this Tractor

Rich Nelson wrote on Wednesday, August 21, 2013 (PDT):
  • Jack, maybe you ve got your answer as to what serial # you have. You list Ser # 28634---according to IHC records, you would have a year 1928 and probably built in June of that year.
    Jack Wilkinson wrote on Sunday, May 05, 2013 (PDT):
  • I acquired a regular that used to belong to my grandparents. wanting to know what year it is, serial #28634
    Kelly Dragoon wrote on Friday, April 05, 2013 (PDT):
  • I was doing some metal detecting at a old homestead and found a badge of some sort. Looks about the size of a belt buckle. Has a picture of a old metal wheeled tractor. says farmall on the tractor and a stamp of mccormick deering and a little more writing that I can t make out. It has three numbers and a letter stamped on it. 998 B. Does anyone know anything about this. Its made of something thats not steel. Magnet won t stick to. Heavy.
    George Wheeler wrote on Tuesday, February 19, 2013 (PST):
  • In 1929-1930 the Nation wide advertisement for the Farmall Regular included an original painting. The original painting is hanging in my living room. A good story to go with it.
    clay walberg wrote on Sunday, September 02, 2012 (PDT):
  • I have 3 farmall regulars, and an f20 for sale. the f20 and 2 of the regulars run. I also have many extra parts, ie. magnetos, carbs, manifolds, radiator, 605-216-7765
    Bill Taylor wrote on Tuesday, February 14, 2012 (PST):
  • I m beginning restoration on my grandfather s 1927 Farmall Regular. Any idea where to obtain a REPAIR manual I have Parts one. , and/or the 3-bolt carb.
    Reggie Palmer wrote on Sunday, May 15, 2011 (PDT):
  • I have a 1927 Farmall Regular that I would like to restore. To be more accurate I should say I have the frame rear end and front end with bad cut-down wheels front and back I need everything else. I am looking for either another regular for parts or alot of individual parts. I can also use all the advise anyone has to offer!
    Fred Hunt wrote on Tuesday, December 14, 2010 (PST):
  • Where can I find parts to rebuild the carburetor on a Farmall regular,tha snail shell carb.I need a float and needle and seat.
    John Yoder wrote on Thursday, November 25, 2010 (PST):
  • I have a 1928 farmall regular and a few years ago I didn t ajust the rod bushing in time and threw a rod out the side of the engine so I m looking for a complete engine or a block and crank would sooner have a complete engine enybody here know where I might find one
    Butch Cover wrote on Monday, November 22, 2010 (PST):
  • I m from Crofford Co. Ohio and my father and I rebuilt the First Farmall Regular sold there. It belonged to my Great Uncle Jim Powers. We restored it in the early 60s and my Dad sold it in the early 90s but I don t know who. It was still running at that time. My brother Ron, Dad and I had a lot of good times in on the rebuild.
    Robert Bertollini wrote on Tuesday, October 19, 2010 (PDT):
  • I am looking for an operational magneto for a 1928 regular. Serial # 33498. Mag and control linkage was removed from the one that I have. I also would like to find control linkage. Any info would be greatly appreciated
    rodpursley wrote on Thursday, December 31, 2009 (PST):
  • Lee thomas send me a email and some pictures of what you have left on the motor id like to do a deal with you thanks rod
    lee thomas wrote on Monday, December 07, 2009 (PST):
  • I have a 1929 farmall reg that I am instlling a 1927 chevy engine in just to be different. If anyone needs engine ,clutch parts radiator will be glad to sell I bought this and was going to restore bud decided to use chevy have new rings and gaskets for engine let me know if you need aythng thanks lee
    Dale Dalton wrote on Friday, September 25, 2009 (PDT):
  • I have a IHC Regular which was my great grandfathers. It is in rough shape and I am parting it out. The gas tank, transmission gears, PTO, carbuator and magneto could be used. If there are partular parts you are interested in let me know ans I can send a photo of them.
    BJ Bono wrote on Monday, September 14, 2009 (PDT):
  • One of the first tractors I operated as a teenager in the 1930 was a Farmall regular. In Weld county CO. Not a pleasant experience.
    BJ Bono wrote on Monday, September 14, 2009 (PDT):
  • One of the first tractors I operated as a teenager in the 1930 was a Farmall regular. In Weld county CO. Not a pleasant experience.
    Will Everett wrote on Sunday, August 16, 2009 (PDT):
  • I have a regular don t know the year tag is gone need a lot of parts, clutch parts engine kit or new engine radiatior core like i said a lot any help would be great, it was my great grand dads I want to see it run some day thanks
    Todd wrote on Friday, January 11, 2008 (PST):
  • Mr Vangness Your posting referred to some parts that you still for a Farmall Regular.Would they be for sale and What all do you have Thanks
    Norm Vangsness wrote on Monday, January 07, 2008 (PST):
  • I must concur completely with Mr Rahilly. My father also bought a Farmall or Regular which is what they were called after the F-30 and F-20 made the scene . Bucking broncos is what they were. Lots of power in low gear as long as they had traction. You really couldn t stop them in the field. The thing I remember most, never pop the clutch. Those drive gears would walk the thing right over on top of you. Also, in the the evening driving the regular , the flame would really shoot out of that bell muffler . My father, later bought a newer F-20 and parted out both the Farmall and older F-20. I still have a few part such as engine canopy and aircleaner assembly.
    Kyle wrote on Thursday, August 16, 2007 (PDT):
  • there was no paint code for regulars. The paint was navy surplus from WW1. There were hundreds of suppliers, and no specs for paint on those ships other than grey . So the regulars were everything from almost white to black with all hues, tints, and shades in between. I have personnally seen the blue regular, and it has been explained as weathering of the grey paint supplied by the DuPont people circa 1914-1917. My Regular was purchased new in 1929,by my grandfather. It still runs like a top, and is all ORIGINAL! Some great sources of info on these old ones is the nebraska tractor tests. I found out alot from visiting old folks homes,retirement centers, and quiering the retired farmers. Theres lots of books on them too!
    hfsahfjashjf wrote on Monday, July 16, 2007 (PDT):
  • Dick Hargett you should try maple hunter decals.
    Dale Amo wrote on Monday, June 11, 2007 (PDT):
  • I have a Farmall regular it doesn t run and needs paint. I have people asking to buy it but i dont know what its worth. If anybody out there kinda knows what its worth please let me know. thank you
    Alan D Harmon wrote on Monday, April 23, 2007 (PDT):
  • Iam looking for regular. I have restored a F12, F20, F30. Also loohing for F14. My collection are unstile tractors. I have alot fun restoring tractors.
    Lester D. Bausch wrote on Saturday, September 16, 2006 (PDT):
  • I have no idea as to when We aquired our "Regular" but it was the first tractor my Dad had on our farm. I beleive he bought it on steel and converted it to rubber. I remember he was comming back to the house going through some native grass land and hit a tree stump and knocked the front end out from under it. We bought an old junked "Regular" and used the front end. Eventually we only used it to cultivate corn, sometime having to pull it to get it started. We finaly had to quit using it in about 1962.
    grant setty wrote on Tuesday, August 22, 2006 (PDT):
  • i just pechised one and my mag is not sparking now ? and i need a carberator float does anyone have one or a whole carb
    Paul E. Boloick wrote on Saturday, July 29, 2006 (PDT):
  • 1 A model John Deer tractor in the mid thirties to be restored. Good condition. Contact me if interested. 1-5o1-882-5486
    mark bonds wrote on Friday, July 28, 2006 (PDT):
  • My farther-in-law just got his Farmall Regular finished after 2 years of restoring it. The serial number plate is missing. Is there any way to find out what year it is? Is there web site or a book that will tell us what to look for? We can see some numbers on some of the castings. armall
    Dick Cranston ( New Bern, N.C. ) wrote on Saturday, May 13, 2006 (PDT):
  • Need to rent a one or two bottom pull-type plow for one day. Brought a lot that needs to be plowed under first. I have a Allis-Chalmers "B" tactor. Thank you, Dick
    Dick Cranston ( New Bern, N.C. ) wrote on Saturday, May 13, 2006 (PDT):
  • Need to rent a one or two bottom pull-type plow for one day. Brought a lot that needs to be plowed under first. I have a Allis-Chalmers "B" tactor. Thank you, Dick
    Mr Monkey Butt wrote on Thursday, May 11, 2006 (PDT):
  • Poop
    Andy Fay wrote on Wednesday, March 29, 2006 (PST):
  • I am rebuilding a 1927 farmall regular before the F-20 and need to Know the Engine size to be able to order parts. Not finding much info.
    Gary Clark wrote on Friday, March 24, 2006 (PST):
  • Just south of Camden Ohio on the Swan Beatty road is an old regular that belonged to my grandfather,F. M. house. it is in some trees next to the road. it was used tp buzz saw slabs at his sawmill. cam
    Ryan Hedelius wrote on Saturday, December 17, 2005 (PST):
  • My Grandfather (Emil RObert) Hedelius "gave" me his Regular Farmall when I was 6 years old ... only because I found the crank (by the wood stove) and started "Rex". Needless to say I was one scared lad ... Anyway, I really would like to find any manuals for Rex ... it would be nice to have a part break down ...
    noel clifford wrote on Thursday, November 03, 2005 (PST):
  • hi just bought a farmall regular 1927 .in great condition but the fan belt broke i cant seem to source one . im in ireland. can anybody help . thanks
    Josh Keck wrote on Sunday, October 23, 2005 (PDT):
  • looking for air cleaner setup for 1930 regular....also looking for gas starter tank....also gas tank and a carburator in decent condition.....will pay big bucks!$$
    kendle davis wrote on Tuesday, October 11, 2005 (PDT):
  • what is your tractor worth, and is it for sale
    Kenly Mulenex wrote on Thursday, September 29, 2005 (PDT):
  • I have what I think is a 1929 Regular. It is on steel all the way around it has hydraulic on it with a two row lister. The serial # is T53635 I'm going to restore it this winter. I am looking for a farmall regular manual or a copy of one. does anyone have one I could have a copy of? Would be glad to pay for it.
    Bruce Byler wrote on Friday, September 09, 2005 (PDT):
  • I have a 1929 farmall. I left the water in it one winter and it cracked the cyl. Any resources for a complete block for this unit? It looks like the pic on top of this page
    Bryan wrote on Monday, August 08, 2005 (PDT):
  • I restored a mid 20's farmall regular,and a good resouce for gaskets, and paint, and decals is www.thefordsonhouse.com They also have parts for f-12,f-20,and early fordson tractors.
    Gary Nahrwold wrote on Thursday, July 14, 2005 (PDT):
  • I am looking for carburetor parts for a 1931 Regular. Can anyone help??
    Mary Lambert wrote on Friday, July 01, 2005 (PDT):
  • My husband has a farmall tractor that he wire brushed and put rustoleum primer on. We would like to list it on e bay but don't know where to find the model number. It is a regular we believe from 1929 or older. It runs very good. Could you tell me where the model number is. thank you mary
    Ethel Weldon wrote on Saturday, May 21, 2005 (PDT):
  • My husband left a Farmall Regular with me it is on steel with all parts including magneto. I will need to sell it but need to know what year I have pictures
    Ralph Imes, jr. wrote on Saturday, April 16, 2005 (PDT):
  • My first tractor was a l929 Farmall regular. Mine was painted red (no grey paint anywhere on it). I was wondering when they went from painting them grey to painting them red?
    Charles wrote on Saturday, March 12, 2005 (PST):
  • Need help!! I have just purchased what I have been told is a 1923 McCormmick Deering Farm-all. I can find no serial number plate, but the cast number on the clutch housing is 1479D, and I found on the front of engine a number 1565 DA, on the rail in front of the radiator I found the number 63776. Any help with this would be appreciated. I am also looking for steel wheels for the front, It has steel on the rear and has been modified by cutting the steel wheels off and welding trailer rims in their place.Motor is froze but everything else is there.The pto engages in the forward position if this helps in finding out the correct year.Any photo's and places for manuals,parts,and decals would behelpful as this is my first attemp at restoration of farm equipment.
    Jim Bolster wrote on Wednesday, December 22, 2004 (PST):
  • Gordon Rice continues to be a great source of parts/information for my restoration of our 1927 Regular; gjrice at aol.com or 814/226-9200
    Joe Simpson wrote on Monday, September 06, 2004 (PDT):
  • I just purchest a 1927 regalar ,its not stuck .I gave $350 for it.It needs new rims or steel wheels.I restored a 1935 f20 last year .I got most of my parts at rice equipment out of Penn.If you get on the web site ytmag.com you can find info. on the years of the tractors everyone seems to be looking for.I hope I helped a few people.
    EARL CALLENDER wrote on Wednesday, August 25, 2004 (PDT):
  • I NEED HELP.I THINK, I JUST PURCHASED A REGULAR.IT HAS THE BULB,EXHAUST.SERIAL# IS MISSING.MOST OF THE CASTINGS, HAVE DA AT THE END OF THE CASTING #. DOES THIS MEAN ANYTHING? I NEED-A MANUAL--PICTURES, OF THE THROTTLE LINKAGE, FROM THE STEERING WHEEL TO THE CARBURATOR. I DONT EVEN KNOW WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE. ANY HELP WILL BE APPRECIATED. THANKS,EARL CALLENDER,NEW BERN, NORTH CAROLINA.
    petie wrote on Sunday, August 15, 2004 (PDT):
  • my father bought a farmall regular in 1949 i was 14 years old so i got to work it a lot. in 1951 my father bought my brothers regular for me so ihave some knowledge of the farmall. iam also getting ready to restore mine.
    john lane wrote on Tuesday, August 10, 2004 (PDT):
  • i welwe did dwive it two stowery
    john lane wrote on Tuesday, August 10, 2004 (PDT):
  • i dwive dat twactor befow
    andrew brand wrote on Tuesday, August 10, 2004 (PDT):
  • my father ownes a 1929 farmall regular. it's all original but is not runnin at this time. needs some work befor it's up and workin.8-10-04
    hess roorda wrote on Friday, July 30, 2004 (PDT):
  • We have what I am told is a Regular Farmall. Is there any way of determining what year it was made aand its approximate sale value. Thanks.
    Zip wrote on Tuesday, July 27, 2004 (PDT):
  • I have a 1930 Farmall Reg. would like to know how much it is worth. It is in running condition, on rubber.
    Ron Woodmansee === Marion, Indiana wrote on Tuesday, July 06, 2004 (PDT):
  • When I was 13 yr old I was crank starting our old Farmall Regular, and i spun it fast enough that the impulse got kicked up and I didn't know it.. The next turn on the crank was a devastating blow to my mouth from the crank handle resulting in splintering and shattering my 2 front teeth up into the roof of my mouth.. So my memeories of a Farmall Regular are very vivid, although not pleasant, I'm now 62, so it's been several yrs ago.. be careful !!
    Rebel Bob wrote on Friday, June 25, 2004 (PDT):
  • I found some hands on ebay. They want two dirty niggers and a pack of redman dip. There located in north carolina
    Robert E. Lee wrote on Tuesday, June 22, 2004 (PDT):
  • I need me some hands for my nigger he lost em picken cotton or im gonna curb em.
    John Yoder wrote on Sunday, June 20, 2004 (PDT):
  • I got a farmall reg ==1928== need an engine I do have a mag, exaust manifold, and a carb but would like to keep them for extras= need a complete engine + cluch assembly. eny one have one forsale? send me a price . John
    john cumbie wrote on Monday, May 17, 2004 (PDT):
  • what is a mint con 1925 farmall reg worth i have one
    J L Sears wrote on Thursday, April 15, 2004 (PDT):
  • A Farmall Regular '1920's vintage' was our first tractor in 1942. We farmed 320 acres dry corn & small grain. We had mounted lister, cultivator and converted from steel to rubber how ever we had steel also. A real workhorse but nothing by today's standard. Traded it in on new Ford/Ferguson in 1946.
    Frank wrote on Saturday, April 03, 2004 (PST):
  • I am looking for a farmall regular cultch or cultch pads
    Norman Mosier wrote on Thursday, April 01, 2004 (PST):
  • I have what I think is a 1928 Regular. It is on steel all the way around. The serial # is T27471. It is in excellent condition. Has not run for years but engine is free. What would it be worth and is anyone interested in purchasing it? Can send photos, is located in Washington State.
    Brian Eucker wrote on Monday, March 01, 2004 (PST):
  • I have a 1931 FARMALL Regular SL. # T128760N it puts in late 1931 but it has a four speed trans like in the F20 Most regular had three speed trans. The rest of the tractor is a Farmall Regular.
    justin tuller wrote on Wednesday, February 25, 2004 (PST):
  • I HAVE A fARMALL CUB MOTOR. I CALL it the DN. YOU should all know what that stands for!!!!!! JT
    jeff johnson wrote on Tuesday, February 24, 2004 (PST):
  • tm looking for a rebuild kit or a runing motor for 1928 regular
    james wrote on Tuesday, December 30, 2003 (PST):
  • Need a good parts resource for farmall regular parts.Who would this be?
    David Fincher wrote on Thursday, October 30, 2003 (PST):
  • I would like to know about the mower mounted on the rear drawbar of the Farmall Regular tractor. What is model of the mower mounted? What is years on different style of the mower mounted? How many it made? Do you have collect any mowers? Don't about 25V or 27V mower (frame T and Tail wheel)David
    JERRY PICKERT wrote on Thursday, October 16, 2003 (PDT):
  • A FREIND OF MINE LOOKING TO SELL 1927 FARMALL REG. WHAT IS THE GOING PRICE FOR ONE THAT IS IN GOOD CONDITION?
    ckwagoner wrote on Tuesday, October 07, 2003 (PDT):
  • im looking for any information on a 1947 or a 1948 farmall international h series tractor , if anyone has any pictures or information please email me, thanks
    William Blakely wrote on Wednesday, September 10, 2003 (PDT):
  • My dad owns a Farmall Regular that belonged to my granddad. They used it to for row crops and to run a sawmill in the 50's. Someone stole the magneta and it hasn't run since. It hadn't run since the 50's but it would still turn over in the early 80's. It has since stuck. It would be good to at least get it running, which I think could be done without too much trouble. I live in upstate SC.
    LARRY FLANAGIN wrote on Friday, May 16, 2003 (PDT):
  • I HAVE A 1927 REGULAR IM REBUILDING THAT WAS MY DADS NOT BEING RUN FOR 45 YEARS IT IN PRETTY GOOD SHAPE
    Tim Olding wrote on Saturday, April 05, 2003 (PST):
  • I think that I have a Farmall Regular. The exhaust manifold does not go through the hood, but is directed downward. The steering gears in the front are open, and it has cables that run down the frame that connect to the brakes? I think that it had steel wheels that were cut down and welded to rims with rubber. How does one find out weather the tractor is a Reg, F12, F14, or F20. An earlier post said the open steering box is a dead givaway. Are their any letters in the serial number that will verify the type of tractor?
    weston poste wrote on Monday, March 10, 2003 (PST):
  • dear sir/mam I have a 193? farmal reg and a f 20 can you tell me the gross weight of this tractors I need to haul them from S.d to W.Y thank you wes.3/10/03
    Jimmy King wrote on Saturday, March 01, 2003 (PST):
  • I am 61 my dad was born in nov1914 My Granddad bought his first tractor new in 1929 it was a regular farmall I have heard dad tell about going on the other side of town about a mile & ahalf to his uncle's farm to plow proabley a direct hitch 3 disc plow. Granddad traded this tractor in 1939 for a model H. I have a friend whose dad bought a regular about the same time granddad did. each one always they bought the first sold in Greene Co. Mo. my friend still has his and uses it to plow his garden each year.
    Alvin Brandt wrote on Sunday, February 23, 2003 (PST):
  • Alvin is in the process of restoring his Dad"s Farmall Regular.He would like to know where to find the serial number.He would also like to know the torque of the head bolts and exhaust manifold bolts.Would also like to know where to find a manual and a parts manual.
    Nigel Apperley(Australia) wrote on Thursday, February 20, 2003 (PST):
  • Have a Regular in need of some TLC. Looking for parts,draw bar, steel wheels plus a number of small bits.
    Terry Antoniuk wrote on Wednesday, February 19, 2003 (PST):
  • I have a farmall reg. serial number 1500DB for sale.And a fordson major deisel for sale. Make me a offer.
    Saul Moreno wrote on Sunday, February 02, 2003 (PST):
  • I have a farmall model H serial number FBH 71743. Does any Know what year is it?
    SANDRO wrote on Saturday, November 02, 2002 (PST):
  • solicito informacion tecnica sobre el tractor farmall regular para restaurar una unidad similar
    Ray Foster wrote on Thursday, September 26, 2002 (PDT):
  • I recently found an old Regular, the serial # tag is missing, the engin # starts with QC indicating before 1926, the # is 98553 making it a 1930. The International data book I have indicates 402 tractors built before 1928 with housing 1556-DC, mines DB, the same book says the front bolster 1556-DD before August 1928, mines DC, I need help... I have a "36 F-20 (missing the S/N tag)the frame # and engine #'s match, I haven't found a frame # on this tractor.
    Joe Koenig wrote on Sunday, August 25, 2002 (PDT):
  • Dear Dave In the late thirties, I grew up on a farmall regular, would love to have one now, but no place in town to put one. One good way to tell a regular, on the on the end of the steering shaft is an open gear. The later f-21 had an enclosed gear box. Also the tranny is a 3 speed. On ours, the magneto hsfd as little gear called a kick gear. If that was in th up position when you cranked, you might go over the moon. Hope this helps you identify the tractor, but surely by now you have had several responses. I have no idea what one is worth, I guess the buyer decides that!! Good Luck. Joe
    Leonard J. Rahilly wrote on Friday, July 12, 2002 (PDT):
  • I used to use a "Regular" Farmall that belonged to a neighbor. It was on 36" rubber, and except for the lack of the extra gear, it performed very much like the F-20 that I also used back then (early 40s). The Nebraska test is deceptive, because the earliest Farmall had a 1" carburetor opening. Later models had 1-1/4", the same as the F-20. The carb and manifold were different, but I believe that the developed horsepower was very similar for both tractors after the carb change. I do not believe that IHC ever called this tractor "Regular." Everybody else did, of course. You'd hear this; "Well, she ain't a F-20, she's jist a reg'ler Farmall." I have some old catalogs from parts suppliers, and they refer to the tractor as "Regular." Still, I have only seen "the original Farmall" or "the Farmall" in International sales brochures or advertisements in farm magazines from the 30s. This tractor and the F-20 were so common that many modifications were made to them. It was possible to buy overdrive transmissions, to double the speed, variable governor kits, a brake handle for the right side, foot brakes, and gasoline manifolds. This is one reason why people like Ertl make some royal booboos in their models of these tractors. I'd guess they go out and find a "restored" tractor, but don't know enough about it to realize that the governor has been changed, the manifold is not original, or a magneto other than the original type has been put on after the E4A or F-4 has bitten the dust. Oh, well!
    Tony Franks wrote on Friday, June 28, 2002 (PDT):
  • I have a 1931 Farmall Regular for sale as well as a "woodpecker" hay baler. Tractor engine is not stuck. Don't know its worth, but would like $500.
    steve hinshaw wrote on Monday, June 03, 2002 (PDT):
  • What brass float will interchange with a cork float on a Farmall Regular carburetor?
    Alan John wrote on Thursday, February 14, 2002 (PST):
  • I am a former IH salesman, and in all my years of sales and service, I've never seen such intereting photos and information on International Harvestor equipment
    Rick Vito wrote on Sunday, February 03, 2002 (PST):
  • I am looking for any and all information on the 1929 Regular as I'm in the process of attempting to restore one also what is the value of one completely restored? Any info would be most appreciated!
    Tony wrote on Tuesday, November 06, 2001 (PST):
  • I recently purchased a 1930 Farmall regular that has been in the family since it was new. I'm in the process of restoring it and I cant find the parts needed;carb float, mag, etc. Any help would be greatly appreciated as to where I can find these.
    Dwayne wrote on Monday, September 03, 2001 (PDT):
  • I am wanting to purchase a Farmall Regular. If it is running that would be GREAT!! But if not it would at least need to be in restorable shape. Is there any out there?
    Brian wrote on Friday, August 03, 2001 (PDT):
  • Help,.... my dad gave me a tractor and I would like to know what year it is. It is a regular on steel # number on frame is 470991. any help would be welcome. also looking for side grille for 2020 JD.
    Jim wrote on Wednesday, June 20, 2001 (PDT):
  • I am wanting the paint code for Farmall Regular Gray. I was at a recent red power show and noticed even the "experts" there disagreed. Please help!
    James D. Wampole Sr. wrote on Sunday, April 22, 2001 (PDT):
  • I,m In need of a used head for my 1926 regular ,the one I got had small cracks In water jackets, also valve guides were bad, have found 6 complete regulars in northern Wis. Will have to wheel and deal. Hopefully.
    nnn wrote on Saturday, April 21, 2001 (PDT):
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    Brian wrote on Friday, April 20, 2001 (PDT):
  • I have a 1928 Farmall Regular ,restored, We have a world rated power lifter who challanges it to a show of strength ,tug of war at our vintage shows, Wearing a harness and holding a ladder (pegged to the ground)Roped back to back he managed to hold the regular for a record 21 seconds (spikes removed ) Its a real crowd puller,at our antique tractor shows Brian Calitz
    Jered wrote on Thursday, April 12, 2001 (PDT):
  • I was wondering if anybody knew where I could get the original battle ship grey color, I have a 26 Regular and a 25 Regular Fairway and the fairway needs the wide front steel please let me know if anyone has an idea where a set might be.
    Cindy wrote on Tuesday, April 03, 2001 (PDT):
  • Can anyone tell me approximately how much a 1929 Farmall Tractor weighs. My dad found one and we need to know whether our car trailer will haul it. Thanks to anyone with info.
    Tim MacLaury wrote on Monday, November 06, 2000 (PST):
  • I bought a Regular in rough shape but near complete on steel. Need small stearing gear on end of stearing shaft.Where can I find parts? Thanks Tim
    TODD wrote on Monday, October 02, 2000 (PDT):
  • I HAVE AFARMALL REGULAR TO RESTORE NEED INFO ON DECALS ENGINE PARTS AND THE SPECIFICS OF THE TRACTORi.e PAINT CODES MAG CARB DECAL LOCATION AND ALSO NEED SET OF STEEL WHEELS ANY AND ALL INFO WOULD BE APPRECIATED. THANKS IN ADVANCE.
    r hughes wrote on Sunday, September 24, 2000 (PDT):
  • I own a Regular. The unit was sold to me as a 29, but I believe it is a 31. It is totaly origional even the paint howeaver it has been placed on round spoked rubber tire's--36inch rear--16inch front. It still runs & drives great. The decals on the rear axel's are yellow & black not white & black. I also happen to have a complete extra air intake stack & all for same.--R
    Eric Schwartz wrote on Friday, August 11, 2000 (PDT):
  • I bout a Farmall Regular in real ruph condishion plugs was out of the motor for years.It took 3days for me and my buddys to unseez the motor.Im still looking for someone tocut the valve seals.This tractor has ben hard and exspensive to find parts for Im still looking for rims and tires 12/36.I also do antique tractor pulling with an ALLICE-CHOMERS B and my buddy Chester Lee pulls a John Deer 630 and a Olover Super 88.I cant wait to see wat this Farmall Regular can do on a stone bote pull.
    Adam Long wrote on Friday, June 09, 2000 (PDT):
  • I am in the process of purchasing a Farmall Regular which I believe is a 1928 model. It has had the original steel cut off and was replaced with rubber. If anyone could help me on locating a set of these wheels it would be greatly appreciated!
    Adam Long wrote on Friday, June 09, 2000 (PDT):
  • I am in the process of purchasing a Farmall Regular, which I believe is a 1928 model. The Steel wheels have been cut off and replaced with rubber front and back. If anyone could help me locate a set of these it would be greatly appreciated!
    Dale wrote on Sunday, May 28, 2000 (PDT):
  • i found the serial# on my old farmall it's 1549 D B . any one know how old that would make it?
    Dale wrote on Sunday, May 28, 2000 (PDT):
  • i found the serial# on my old farmall it's 1549 D B . any one know how old that would make it?
    L Morrison wrote on Wednesday, May 24, 2000 (PDT):
  • Thanks for the tip on the serial # location to steve. Mine was 64471 which I presume means it was built in 1930.
    Lewis wrote on Wednesday, May 17, 2000 (PDT):
  • I got a 1926 farmall regular from my uncle and want to restore it. Everything is on the tractor and i would like more information on it. Please Email me, thank you.
    James D. Wampole Sr. wrote on Wednesday, May 17, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a 1926 Regular that I have owned since 1991 Hasn`t run since 1984 found cracked head. located another one down the street ,in process of rebuilding complete tractor
    Lane Morrison wrote on Tuesday, May 16, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a Regular, purchased new by my Grandfather, Mills B. Lane. It is restored and running ,but it is missing the top of the air cleaner. It runs a John Deere sickle mower attached to the draw bar.
    John & Laura Plecki wrote on Monday, May 15, 2000 (PDT):
  • This is the make and model of tractor I have a picture of Crankshaft on in Lake Village. Talk to you later
    Tony Bunn wrote on Tuesday, April 25, 2000 (PDT):
  • Where can I find the serial number on my Farmall regular? I found the number 126192N but it is not listed on this website under serial numbers.
    steve vandeusen wrote on Sunday, March 05, 2000 (PST):
  • serial left side toward front of engine on small machined surface sould be same as tag no. i have a 1927 and these two #s match.
    DON KROUT wrote on Tuesday, February 01, 2000 (PST):
  • SUPER H FAIR COND. ANYBODY INTERESTED
    Lyle Oakes wrote on Saturday, January 29, 2000 (PST):
  • I own and restored a 1931 Farmall Regular and really enjoy driving it and taking it to shows. I'm quite proud of it. I am always amazed at how good it starts even after months of sitting in the barn.
    Mike Wolfmeier wrote on Saturday, January 29, 2000 (PST):
  • On the top of the frame between the carborator and clutch pedal there should be a serial number that you can look up in the book.
    Bruce wrote on Sunday, December 26, 1999 (PST):
  • Chas Wendell published a history of IH, and I think its still available from stemgas publishing. I have a regular, unrestored, on rubber. I don'y know the year, because the tag is gone. I'd appreciate help dating it, if possible. It isn't the early 1923-24-25 style, but doesn't have the latest style governor. Does that make it 1926-1930? probably so. I'd appreciate comments from any other regular owners out there, especially if you have any detailed knowledge of these interesting old tractors.
    Gerard McCloy wrote on Tuesday, December 21, 1999 (PST):
  • i have a 1931 farmall regular that I've recently restored if anyone wants to talk to me about it email me
    Nathan wrote on Saturday, September 25, 1999 (PDT):
  • I have a 1931 Farmall Regular and it's hard to get info on it. It's been totally restored and everything. It runs great!!! My question for you is, what would be the value of it? And where can i go to get info on it, like what tests were preformed on it and how many were made. If anyone can help me it would be a lot of help to me.
    jim wrote on Friday, September 03, 1999 (PDT):
  • I am restoring my Great Grandfauthers Farmall, and I am in need of a motor, even froze up is ok as long as it is affordable, stear wheals would also be of interest.
    Alex Thompson wrote on Monday, August 09, 1999 (PDT):
  • I am looking for a air cleaner,starting tank,and the throttle rodds for a Farmall Regular.Please Help!Need parts to restore one.
    Alex Thompson wrote on Monday, August 09, 1999 (PDT):
  • I am looking for a air cleaner,starting tank,and the throttle rodds for a Farmall Regular.Please Help!Need parts to restore one.
    Dick Hargett wrote on Thursday, August 05, 1999 (PDT):
  • I am restroing a Farmall Regular but do not have a source for decals etc. Any info you could send would be greatly appreciated. Thank you Dick Hargettt Hargett's Farm Shop
    John W Peterson wrote on Wednesday, August 04, 1999 (PDT):
  • I don't think it was blue, it was gray.
    Bill Dixon wrote on Thursday, July 08, 1999 (PDT):
  • Is this the only farmall that was blue
    Daniel wrote on Monday, June 28, 1999 (PDT):
  • Yes,I have a question. What is a regular worth and can you find parts a reasonable price? The reason I ask is I know where one is located, but I have not gotten a chance to look at it yet. I am sure it is probably is in ruff shape. Would it be a wise choice in buying it? IF YOU COULD WOULD YOU E-MAIL ME BACK AT daniel_hughes_82 at seidata.com
    LESTER BRUBAKER wrote on Thursday, June 03, 1999 (PDT):
  • IN THE EARLY FORTIES MY FATHER OSCAR BRUBAKER PURCHASED A FARMALL REGULAR WITH STEEL WHEELS TO USE ON THE FARM WHICH WE RENTED. PAYMENT OF RENT WAS EFFECTED BY GIVING HALF OF THE CROPS TO THE LANDLORD SO TIMES WERE HARD . WE HAD A MOWER WHICH MOUNTED ON THE REAR DRAWBAR OF THE TRACTOR AS WELL AS A CORN CULTIVATOR WHICH MOUNTED ON THE REGULAR. AS I REMEMBER THE TRACTOR COULD BURN EITHER GASOLINE OR KEROSENE AS FUEL. IT PULLED A PAIR OF LITTLE GENIUS 14 INCH PLOWS IN SECOND AND THIRD GEAR DEPENDING ON THE CONDITION AND TYPE OF SOIL IN THE FIELD. WE ALSO PULLED A THREE GANG SPRING TOOTH HARROW WITH A PLANK DRAG TO LEVEL THE PLOUGHED GROUND. WHEN A THREE LAND HIGHWAY CUT OUR FARMLAND IN HALF WE HAD TO MOUNT THE TRACTOR WITH RUBBER TIRES 12 BY 36 ON THE REAR AND AUTOMOBILE STYLE ON THE FRONT. AFTER AN OVERHAUL JOB DURING WHICH THE MECHANIC FAILED TO PLACE COTTER PINS IN THE BOLTS OF THE PISTON RODS ONE OF THE PISTONS CAME LOOSE AND EXPLODED OUT OF THE SIDE OF THE ENGINE HOUSING. WE WERE ABLE TO WELD THE HOUSING AND GET THE TRACTOR RUNNING AGAIN. EVENTUALLY, IN THE LATE FORTIES WE TRADED UP TO A NEW FARMALL H FOR A MORE MODERN TRACTOR.


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