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The year was 1960 and Daune Kuss was faced with the challenge of how to most practically navigate his woodland property in northern Minnesota. After years of dragging deer out of the woods using raw muscle and sweat, he knew there had to be a better way. The solution... a 1933 International Harvester F-12.
A tractor that started with a crank and ran on everything from kerosene to fuel oil. A tractor that could run over 4" Aspen trees and create its own trail through the woods. And here's the rest of the story... the tractor is still running and in use today.