My father in-law farms with and collects and does all the wrench work on some interesting old farm equipment. I helped him put some equipment away for winter today. He loves old Allis Charlmers stuff the most. We lined a few up for photos..... He talks about farm equipment the way I talk about guitars. It fills him with joy. This little tractor is one of my favorites. This was a gardening tractor that Allis built about 40 years ago. My father in-law has two of these and he uses them to cultivate rows in his garden. You can drive down a row and stare between your knees and watch your aim as you cultivate. It sounds like a put-put go-cart. See the red one on the end? That's not an Allis. It's a Porsche. Zoom Zoom. Look closer.... These are fun to drive. There are two levers; one for each tread. It's like playing an Atari tank game from 1977. They were used for logging and they're old. Both run. This is the biggest one that I've driven. I think I would have to be in the military to drive something over a field that had more power. It's fun when I'm going in a straight line but turning it raises the hair on the back on my neck..... I get frustrated when I'm working on a guitar and I can't fix something in an hour. I respect guys who have the patience to work on big machines for days and days. That's my father in law. Give him a wrench and an engine and some old music and he's the happiest guy in the world. Farmers are good at multi tasking.