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1952 Farmall Cub. Martin Rapp, Titusville, N.H. Rapp was ready to sign up for an adult ed class to learn about mechanics and fixing things, but he bought this Cub instead, figuring he’d learn as it needed fixing. But nothing ever broke. Changed the spark plugs a couple of times. That’s it.

1952 Farmall Cub. Martin Rapp, Titusville, N.H. Rapp was ready to sign up for an adult ed class to learn about mechanics and fixing things, but he bought this Cub instead, figuring he’d learn as it needed fixing. But nothing ever broke. Changed the spark plugs a couple of times. That’s it.


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