Panzer 1957 T102 Restoration in progress. Complete engine rebuild. Engine is not the correct year. It is a 1970 model 2434 10 hp. Rear rims and tires are on it temporary till I get the original ones repaired. About $300.00 in materials so far. $150 of which was in the motor. Still need to buy the rear tires( about $250) I will post more when its complete.
Panzer Tractors @ Denton,Md Plow Day 2012
Three Panzer tractors participate at the 2012 Spring Denton, Maryland Plow
Day. My 1957's models T102 and T205 a friends 1956 model T102 all pulling
model 1AC1 10 inch mold board plows. We had a great time. Enjoy.
1941 Green Shaw Du All Tractor
1941 Green Shaw Du All Tractor
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Spring startup of the Panzer
Figured I'd finish up the startups for this year. Here is my 1963 Panzer
T70ES Tractor I restored in 2007. It has come a long way as you can see in
the vid, but isn't quite done completely. I still have the carb linkages to
finalize, now that I found the original parts, it'll go together. Was hard
starting though, not common for a Briggs.
1963 Panzer Tractor T70B
My 1963 Panzer tractor model T70B restoration. Used a 8 hp Kohler engine.
Used Pontiac Blue engine spray paint. Close to original color, not exact
but close. Need to install a new PTO bracket on the left side yet and I
have the mower deck to restore also. Runs well. A lot smaller then my big
red Panzers, but still a neat piece of history. Check out my other video of
this tractor as it looked before the restore.
This a video of my 1949 Tiger tractor Model PTD5 made in Keyser, West
Virginia. This restoration was based in what infromation I could find on
the internet. I made the hood from pictures of other tractors in the
internet. The motor is a Briggs model 14. Best I can tell it is the
original motor. The taping noise in the video is the drive chain slapping
the gaurd, I need to fix that. Later I will post some pictures of it before
the restoration. The original front tires were very bad and I replaced them
with wheel barrel tires. The tractor cost $50.00 with about $50.00 in
restoration costs. The muffler is that way because I have lots of the small
mufflers, and it looks neat. I also have a Panzer, David Bradely,
Simplicity and others that I will be posting here on You Tube.
1957 Copar Panzer model T205 with Power king economy tractor fenders and
sleeve hitch adapter.
Copar Panzer Tractor T205
Copar Panzer T205, 1957 , Tractor finishing up plowing 8 inches of wet snow
on January 27, 2011 near Laurel, Md where these tractors were made. Using a
home made snow plow and plow lift. I am the second owner of this tractor. I
plowed four driveways this morning and last night and the Panzer worked
great. The rear tires are filled with fluid (orange wind shield washer
fluid) six gallons per wheel. Hope you enjoy
Panzer Plowing 2009
This is a Pennsylvania Panzer T758es (circa 1965) that has a 7hp Briggs
engine on it, which makes it technically a T75. I use it as the 'garden'
tractor in my collection - for both plowing and discing. I also have a
front blade for it. It's not pretty, but gets the job done!
John Deere model 4230 Tractor Restoration
I completed the restoration on our 1977 John Deere 4230 tractor. The
tractor is original to the farm, purchased new from Sichi Farm Supply. It
currently has just over 3,200 original hours. No major engine or mechanical
work done. Just needed a re-paint, and some cosmetic repairs. Since these
pictures were taken, I have also completely rebuilt the dashboard and gauge
clusters, installed a new steering wheel, and rebuilt the steering valves.
This is by no means a "museum quality" restoration, more of a "working"
restoration. I use the tractor throught the summer season, primarily for
hauling round bales and raking hay with our Kuhn 7822 dual-rotor rake.
I would like to thank Joe Sustrik (owner) for allowing me the chance to
complete the restoration, my grandfather Jim, and my friends Matt and Jeff
for helping me complete this project. Enjoy!
(all music sourced from the Creative Commons Library)
FIAT/Autobianchi engine rebuild
You can find many videos on Youtube about finished engines and their
starting attempts. But how should rebuild and assemble properly a
850/903/956 ccm FIAT/Autobianchi/SEAT block? We show it here! (Of course
there are slight differences between the engines mentioned above, but
basically can be considered as the same.)