It seems everybody has a 'Babe of the Day' or some other gimmick to get you to click on their website. Not us. We prefer a little class. American forged steel instead of skin.

This pic was submitted to Gas Engine Magazine where Leroy Permann writes, "This is my dad's Twin City tractor model KT, bought new in August of 1930.I grew up with this tractor at Delmont, South Dakota and spent many a day on it in my younger years.

The tractor was used and abused like no other for about 20 years. It was used by Dad's brothers on the homeplace northeast of Tripp, leased out to the school for $3.00 a day to help dig the basement for the auditorium in the late 30s, and used on the threshing machine about 10 years.

The Korean War came along and I was gone for about 2 years and kinda forgot the old Twin City. It sat behind the garage for years, was used to plow some gardens and dug a basement in '51, was robbed of parts and rusted tight.

This tractor has a rich South Dakota history and were proud to feature it on the Sexy Tractor of the Day.

source: farmcollector

Oh, sure. We could go on for hours with details about her crankcase, oil capacity, and bore/stroke ratio, But, we like to look at her for what she really is.

Pure American ingenuity packed with pure uninhibited lust and dust.

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