It’s Pink Time – Nebraska, Missouri & Rocky Mountain Edition!

It’s time for our latest spotlight on some very pink tractors! Check out the stories behind our submissions below.

1942 Farmall B

RckmntFarmallThis Pink beauty is owned and restored by Jack and Bev Mader of Madison, SD. This tractor came to be when Bev asked her husband to a restore and paint a tractor pink to bring awareness to breast cancer and to honor their Daughter-in-law. This tractor with a custom dual exhaust is beloved by all family members, but especially their six granddaughters. Furthermore, this Farmall was the first pink tractor to be shown at the Historic Prairie Village in Madison.  This tractor can be found on our Rocky Mountain edition 13 cover, which you can view here.

 

1950 Farmall H

misscoverThe story of this pink Farmall started when it belonged to the current owner’s great uncle. When it was passed down to Michelle Mattson, she decided to wanted to paint it pink to support breast cancer awareness since her mom is an 8-year survivor. Michelle’s dad was onboard with the idea and had it painted bright pink. To make this story even better, Michelle’s daughter has a matching pink Farmall of her own, courtesy of her grandfather! To see this cover tractor on our Missouri Edition 13 catalog, click here.

 

1949 John Deere B

JohndeereBThe story of this tractor could be one of our favorites! Bobby and Perry Myers enjoy collecting and restoring antique tractors and have their grand-kids drive them in the local parades. Sometimes when they are short of drivers, Bobby and his wife, Cynthia, will have their hand at driving. When Bobby decided that he wanted Cynthia to drive more, she had only one requirement – get a pink one and she will! Her wish was granted with this John Deere B that is being used to raise awareness for women’s cancers. To see this cover tractor on our Nebraska Edition 13 cover, click here.

One thought on “It’s Pink Time – Nebraska, Missouri & Rocky Mountain Edition!

  1. It’s my fav story also! Warm temps & time to get it out of the tractor shed! We’ll be driving into Lincoln, NE as part of the 150th anniversary for the state of Nebraska.

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