Farmall 560

Farmall 560 pulling tractor

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25 Responses to “Farmall 560”

  1. 1066POWER Says:

    Sounds real nice

  2. garywayne1966 Says:

    I have read every thing concerning the problems displayed by the 560 Farmalls, but I still love them, regadless. I have always liked the style of them. I have a 560 Farmall pedal tractor, and have always liked the style ever since I had a Tru-Scale replica of that style of IH tractor.

  3. emanboychild Says:

    The paint and graphics on the ’60′s Farmall’s were particularily good and they sounded great. IH – Hands down the best tractors ever made.

  4. bjjbluebelt369 Says:

    That is a nice sounding 560!

  5. Vicsonvee Says:

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  6. drews1998 Says:

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  8. gunsandrosesforever Says:

    farmall is the best tractor that was ever made

  9. jstrunck Says:

    Super Sweet 560!

    John

  10. Allison18C Says:

    You are right about the world being a better place! I remember sitting on my dad’s lap as he taught me to drive our 560 Diesel – he has since passed away, but the memories of learning to drive our 560 will never fade. One of my favorite pictures is of me in my FFA jacket and black skirt standing next to our 560. My kids hate the picture, but it is why I became what I am today. Best of all, I have released the T/A lever and saw the black smoke pouring from the muffler. PTO 540@1800 RPM :)

  11. martinsuper73 Says:

    I am from the “newer” generation and I grew up on the farm working with old farmalls, they are that good!

  12. farmerallmatt Says:

    how much does it pull?

  13. spencermcgrew Says:

    without the 2000 dollars an hour maintenance cost!

  14. therabidanimalman Says:

    farmall 560′s forever, and remember if ain’t red leave it in the shed!

  15. raiseminer Says:

    Love the sound of the in-line six… it has the same rumble of the Allison V-1710 powerplant utilized in the North American P-51 Mustang. Of course, nothing quite beats the sight of the black smoke rolling from the exhaust of a 560 diesel as you release the T/A to drive while cruising down a gravel road in fifth gear… Farmall jockeys know what I am describing – if only our children could experience what we did as kids, the world would be a better place.

  16. raiseminer Says:

    Love the sound of that in-line six… it has the same kind of rumble as the Allison V-1710 aircraft powerplant utilized in the P-51 Mustang. Of course, nothing quite beats the black smoke rolling from the exhaust pipe of a 560 diesel as you put the T/A into drive while cruising down a gravel road in fifth gear…. Farmall jockeys know what I am describing – if only our children could experience what we did as kids, the world would be a better place

  17. tim52160 Says:

    I love all makes of tractors and first tractor driving job for neighboring farming was pulling 14′ spike tooth behind tricycle diesel 5560 farmall.

  18. farmall99 Says:

    are you going to show any vids of it pulling? i would like to see

  19. ckostik Says:

    I keep it around to make the IH squeal

  20. crucialone2000 Says:

    Sharp tractor, great to start em young!!

  21. garyg9090 Says:

    it is great except for that AC sign in the back ground— come on a true IF fan would never have an AC sign around except to keep out the mice… great sound nothing like it – we had a M that I cut teeth on – traded for a 560 then to 656- for that size tractor in our line up of equipment. I stil have the 656 and handed it to my son, Grand pa would be proud.

  22. gunsandrosesforever Says:

    I have my own 560 and it’s a deisel, it’s a real nive one

  23. IHMan1066 Says:

    good that you kid likes it nice 560 :) diesel right?

  24. FarmallDoctor Says:

    Very nice! I never get tired of the sound of a straight piped IH!

  25. FarmallDoctor Says:

    That’s a nice 560!

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