What do you do when you have an old Chevy 4x4 pickup, a Kubota loader, a Farmall tractor hood and some wood lying around? Make a homemade loader!
Did we mention the unidentified bench seat? Regardless, this is a cool, funky Frankenstein that might actually be useful for just the right buyer. Be weird most of the year, then feel like a genius when it snows and you have your own plow!
Special thanks go out to reader H.C. for this find.
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Losantville, IN, USA
A lot of Chevy, some Kubota and some Farmall. Why not?
Front looks almost like a regular tractor.
From this angle, this looks 60 years older than it is, save for the wheels.
Gauges are mouted in the Farmall hood...cool concept.
With all this wood, this must be a luxury interior! It's not clear whether this has working seatbelts, but we do see webbing going through a notch in the floor. Maybe that's how one shifts the transfer case?
We guess this shot is here to prove it runs...?
I have a custom built loader truck, It is a 1974 chevy truck frame, 4x4, 6" lift kit,33" tires on 16.5x 10 rims, motor trans rear ends chassis are all in excellent shape, home made cab and bed with painted steel and stained and cleared wood, M farmall tractor front nose, Kabota front loader that works very good and no leaks, 350 chevy engine, 400 turbo trans, 3/4 ton axles 8 lug, all lights work turn signals brake lights head lights 4 ways, 4 core aluminum radiator, dual exhaust and headers, power brakes, power steering, and yes it will still run 100mph. This would be a great machine to move snow with this winter or haul mulch in your yard, what ever you want to do and you will be using the only one like it. $4900.00 cash OBO. Push snow or do yard work or keep your drive way maintained , drive to the grocery store or feed livestock like no other person can , this is the only one like it CALL ONLY DO NOT TEXT OR EMAIL Tags snow plow, front end loader, kabota , farmall