Barn Find Homemade tractor, could it Be Saved, pt 3 of 3.

Publicerades den 25 apr 2021
this is the final video on the homemade doodle bug tractor that was dragged out from its long hibernation under a house, lets fix all the broken rusted and busted issues,

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  • Just a reminder to folks, make sure that gas can has no gas in it before putting muriatic acid in it. Muriatic acid is just "junk" hydrochloric acid and acids and organic solvents (gas) don't like each other.

  • LOL I watch old Taryl Dactal on youtube.... seeing you use something from his channel brought a smile to my face!!!! old Taryl is a hoot to watch he is so full of beans that would make a Hispanic restaurant cry from the gas but he knows his stuff!!!

  • This has been one of those fun adventures that storybooks are made of...maybe storybooks only tinkerers enjoy though. Right? Thank you for this one. Great instructions, and entertainment. Can't wait for the next time. Wayne in Colorado Springs

  • Mustie is that your casting couch chair I see lol jk

  • That’s a cool toy

  • add half a round of wedgies, a case or two and three pizzas

  • Oh Mustie, I now know why I love your videos so much, after you were done with the tractor you ran it like a kid. you're a kid at heart just like me. Keep it up, I love them Videos, God Bless.

  • That old tractor is built better than any of the new crap.

  • Remember Jesus gave his life for you on the cross and he rose from the dead

  • I usually have to do it twice or 3 times.

  • Berryman. Ok thank you.

  • Good. Only one hole in the Tank.

  • The Joey Chitwood jump was well worth the wait!

  • Reminds me of my Powerking 1614

  • Them Hoyt-Clagwells are hard to find. Impossible to get parts for. It all went to hell when they disolved the company. It was all due to the fact that Mrs Holt couldn't get along with Mrs Clagwell. Mr Hoyt ended up starting a wax fruit company. He made a persimon that looked real. Clagwell went to the county seat.

  • Ya need to paint that beast, its cool!

  • Was wondering if covid got ya lol glad to see a new video.

  • Tony and i are going to drag race the Jim dandy and an old bohlen tomorrow afternoon. Bring the beast!!!

  • ..."Sweet Jumps" - Napoleon Dynamite.

  • Awesome!! A Mustie1 movie! Fun stuff !

  • Did anyone else think that he was gonna drive away with the gas tank on the wheel?

  • jajja it goes than good that is ridiculous jaja very nice job i love thats tractors

  • lose the chains

  • Old girl sounds good!

  • Where does Mustie FIND this stuff ??

  • Next time the wheel cylinder cups are froze like that, try putting a grease fitting in the bleeder hole, a grease gun will generally bring them out.

  • It's a parking brake and yes they are necessary lol... love your channel keep it up Mustie 1

  • What fun!

  • If you don't want your tools or gloves (or fingers even) to stick to epoxy, wet them a litle bit. It makes working with epoxy easier.

  • Beauty

  • Possibly a Tiger tractor with Crowley transmission and cut down Plymouth rearend made in Wooster Ohio for a short time.

  • i have one looks just like yours economy tractor

  • Fire it up fire it up fire it up.

  • Why didnt you just solder the tank

  • Dint you hate when you are taking a bolt off and you think you can take it the rest of the way out by hand but it's still too tight.

  • For those break pads you could use a leather strap and on the edges taper the leather and then pop rivet the edges and glue them on.

  • k it in white vinagar and baking soda

  • This would be a good tractor for a diesel engine

  • That thing is awesome ..good job getting it up n goin 👍

  • Congratulations from: Brasil

  • For your interest the parts number of the brake shoes :51A-2001 Ford Pick up 1/2 ton 41-48

  • 39:00 DORMAN ;-)

  • good ole mustie1. I love these kind of videos when you laugh and have such a good time.. your on the road to one million subs for sure. thanks again for the quality entertainment

  • Would solder have sealed the tank easier?

  • Sounds like an old Johnny my grandfather send to have.

  • Looks like all it needs is a necker knob on the steering wheel and a kill switch you can reach from the driver's seat! Cool video, brought her back from the dead! A+ Mustie!

  • 99% sure my pop used to get his truck brake shoes relined back in the day.

  • Congratulations to you and the guy who first built it. Nice job! Are you going to show us you towing/pulling something?:)

  • Did you consider brazing the fuel tank?

  • Thanks!

  • Hmmmm....if you havn, t yet, its time for your colon exam.Colonoscopy time! lol! Yep...to finally find out what all of those taco, s did!You turn!

  • That tractor is on the cover of Science and Mechanics , August 1961. It details the entire build. I found the magazine about a month ago and wondered who would take the time to build it!

  • What kind of glue did you use for the brake lining?

  • Best mustie1 project so far! Love the eclectic machines like this one.

  • did not know you have a brake drum dressing machine

  • Back in the day when folks had no money they build things out of scrap and made amazing creations just like this one that Old grandpa made. They had that mechanical itch and they just had to scratch it. I wish my back wasn't so screwed up! as a ex welder fitter I made some crazy creations myself through the years and I miss it bigtime. Is it just me or am I seeing things, it looks like the tires on the right side are a little bit larger than the ones on the right. You need to build a little plow for that contraption it would be perfect for cleaning up snow in your driveway. If I had it, I would use it for that in a minute.

  • John Candy being asked if this vehicle is safe for highway travel.

  • evel knievel 1:23:15

  • That looks like a Red Green special. If you can't be good looking be handy! Ha! Ha!

  • Perhaps someone else already commented on the different sizes on the brake cylinder openings. I have the same type of brake cylinders on my 1947 International. The larger bore allows more pressure on the one shoe versus the shoe the smaller bore presses against.

  • Could that gas tank have been made out of galvanized steel and if so could that have been what came out of it? All the galvanizing? Be it magnesium or tin or whatever?

  • The only thing missing from Mustie's shop is two old couches a few chairs and a bunch of shop hang arounds.

  • love the sweet jumps

  • FYI, due to taxes farmers in Denmark have blue or red gas in their refueling tanks. (cheaper taxes) The colour can be seen in the carb or engine afterwards for possible fine. At least the used to, it's been a long time since I rode 50cc mopeds. (at night) ;)

  • Needs a model manufacture badge. I suggest faded rusty orange BF for the manufacturer and in small words the model Barn Find

  • Your neighbors must be constantly amused watching your creations appear out of your shed. Great job.

  • Great Project! Heads up though, Gorilla Glue cures with water, mist or wipe with wet cloth before you apply glue!

  • My question might be to late to get a answer.

  • Hoping you answer my question, are you retired, and doing this full time every day, or do you have a full time job, and work in shop on your free time? Sorry it you have answered this question before and I missed your answer.

  • I'm cooking barbecue for the family and I can't help but think you need some

  • Rednevk gastank cleaning

  • you need to find yourself a paint can shaker for those gas tanks..

  • I don't think Mustie knows what penetrating lube is lol. Three videos of beating on rust and not a can of lube in sight.

  • A pretty cool little tractor there . Love your vids man .

  • Those are some wicked donuts! 🌀

  • Suggestion: find a 2CV that's not running.

  • When are you going to finish the Ford econoline ?

  • Make a grease zerk to fit and use a grease gun to pop out those brake cylinder pucks.

  • Thing runs mint

  • If you told me a year ago that I would enjoy watching a guy fix up a 1932 lawn tractor and take it for. A road burn I would not have believed you. But here we are.

  • Great episodes man. Really enjoyed this save.

  • awesome video thanks for sharing !!! its cool to see how things get fixed and not replaced ,, thanks again !!

  • could something like this be done for a street legal trike

  • I would give it the Mad Max look! A real looker at parades!!

  • Needs a little stack for the exhaust.. but it's still cool

  • HOW MANY TIMES SINCE CHRISTMAS EVE PAST HAS YOUR WIFE LOOKED AT YOU AND SAID, “ARE YOU EVER GOING TO GROW UP?” MINE GAVE UP OVER 50 YEARS AGO.

    • Its good she gave up bro. Mine hen pecked me for 25 years until I finally said No. And I'm not looking back. Good for you sir.

  • You can use compressed air to 'recharge' your aerosol cans

  • I really enjoyed this set of videos very well done thanks.

  • Hi! Where did the Jawa motorcycle go?? We did not see the final test run!

  • need to make a floor plate for it......just for safety sakes. very cool tractor

  • What ever happened to the King Midget? Did you finish it?

  • You do a great job and explain each thing that you are doing. I enjoy every video!

  • If master cylinder fails, it's the same master cylinder used on 1960 - 1965 ford econoline, look at your econoline truck. In 1993 I had to buy one for a '61, and Bendix was only mfg back then still making them. Was pretty cheap then, brand new $27.

  • Very interesting, informative and entertaining. Thanks from a 1st time viewer.

  • no suspension right? ......

  • So awesome to see it running. Great job👍👍👍😁😁😁

  • Reminded me of an old Fearless Front video.

  • I bet the old guy who engineered and built that thing is smiling down and happy that you brought it back to life.

  • I never eat Mexican food with nuts. :)

  • plz do make updates of tractor! that is one of those things that looking at it brought back running the shear idea of keeping it super simple just makes one smile !!!!!!