Salvaging an Abandoned Vintage Tractor - David Brown 25

1 feb. 2021
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  • I love the David Brown 25. I'd wish I had one like yours.

    Martin FrederikssonMartin FrederikssonAcum 22 ore
  • A number of those old tractors had two fuel tanks because they ran on Kerosene and they would put gasoline in the small tank to get them started easier and warm them up and then switch to the main tank to work !!!

    Lust4FunGirlsLust4FunGirlsAcum 22 ore
  • This reminds me of Forza 4 barn finds 😂

    Lego CreationsLego CreationsAcum o Zi
  • damn is little rust on the bodywork if that was in the UK it would be brown as opposed to bright red

    CT-2237 'oddball'CT-2237 'oddball'Acum o Zi
  • Really cool

    Mark BehrMark BehrAcum o Zi
  • Omg you are such a badass!!! 😆 Damn, you rode that thing out of the bush like a BOSS!!!!👍👍👍

    larannar123larannar123Acum o Zi
  • what kind of drone do you use

    gundamrx792gundamrx792Acum o Zi
    • dji p2

      Marty TMarty TAcum o Zi
  • Seems to be anywhere from a 1953-1958 model. Aside being a gas burner with a crank start, it is very similar to my dad's old 60's Fordson Dextra. Tactors back then were build like tanks, so even if it was at the bottom of a lake, it would have survived.

    Chucketbucket007Chucketbucket007Acum o Zi
    • Real funny part is we had a Dextra in Georgia, and I live in the Metro Atlanta area, no less. Always got looks hauling the tractors around.

      Chucketbucket007Chucketbucket007Acum o Zi
  • How the heck did they see this machine in the first place or did someone tell them about it?

    GeeGeeAcum o Zi
    • The landowner did

      Paul HitchcockPaul HitchcockAcum o Zi
  • What a beast bro! Cool vid and a fellow kiwi! subscribed!

    Compeer RaaCompeer RaaAcum o Zi
  • One time I found a tank gun barrel in my backyard

    birb loverbirb loverAcum o Zi
  • I had one similar to this, but mine was petrol/TVO. Might be the reason for that extra tank, if they converted a petrol-only one?

    Austin ShacklesAustin ShacklesAcum o Zi
  • Like!!

    broc leontynbroc leontynAcum 2 Zile
  • капец гдеон стоит

    Мария ГубарьковаМария ГубарьковаAcum 2 Zile
  • The true chin geometrically jog because whistle lily excuse underneath a female fertile beret. vengeful, recondite dessert

    Bob KimBob KimAcum 2 Zile
  • Mario 2

    Sike exbert og goldrober goldruberSike exbert og goldrober goldruberAcum 2 Zile
  • Amazing

    Felix MarienFelix MarienAcum 3 Zile
  • hats of to the guy who put over the cover be4 they left it. :D nice find!! :D

    TheVikingGuyTheVikingGuyAcum 3 Zile
  • more ads pls

    FrischerFischFrischerFischAcum 3 Zile
  • What a beauty she is. I cheered wuhu at the top of my voice when you got her going:)

    Ms Private!!!Ms Private!!!Acum 3 Zile
  • you are the best

    Leon GamingLeon GamingAcum 3 Zile
  • Subscribed

    Robert Playz Epic GamesRobert Playz Epic GamesAcum 3 Zile
  • Old betsy lives like a beast

    Robert Playz Epic GamesRobert Playz Epic GamesAcum 3 Zile
  • Amazing. How in the world do these tyres still hold air?

    Klaus GGGKlaus GGGAcum 4 Zile
    • @Klaus GGG There is an attachment which allows you to fill the tyre through the tyre valve stem so that there basically is no air in the tyre....and any air that had been in there 20 years ago would have permeated through the rubber and gone, leaving only water....

      John SmithJohn SmithAcum 3 Zile
    • @John Smith Thank you, I've watched the next video right afterwards. But still, even that's astounding, water would only seep in to the waterline, so I guess there still would be an air pocket on the top half, and it obvioulsy kept the pressure, as he was driving around still on the same tyres. Anyway, very glad he could rescue the old girl!

      Klaus GGGKlaus GGGAcum 3 Zile
    • They were completely filled with water...so they held their shape...

      John SmithJohn SmithAcum 3 Zile
  • Pos ponle las bujías por eso no prende

    bmxbmxAcum 4 Zile
  • What brand and model is this tractor?

    Sebastián CorcegaSebastián CorcegaAcum 4 Zile
    • @Paul Hitchcock I noticed the name after I commented, but thanks haha

      Sebastián CorcegaSebastián CorcegaAcum 3 Zile
    • See heading.

      Paul HitchcockPaul HitchcockAcum 4 Zile
  • 🙏🙏👍👍🙏

    Fadi SayedFadi SayedAcum 4 Zile
  • *Forgets water is in crankcase* lol imagine

    The game BestThe game BestAcum 4 Zile
    • @John Smith yea I know... My comment was a *j o k e*

      The game BestThe game BestAcum 3 Zile
    • I'm sure Marry checked the dipstick...and reasoned that the water in the quantity in there as seen on the dipstick wouldn't be a problem in his attempts to start the engine. After finding that the engine and gearbox ran, THEN it was worth changing the oil...

      John SmithJohn SmithAcum 3 Zile
  • hey my dad has a tractor exactly like that but bigger

    Jen BrockmanJen BrockmanAcum 4 Zile
    • So not exactly the same then...

      John SmithJohn SmithAcum 3 Zile
  • what I really don't get is: the blue plastic cover is very clean and were is all the rust. Even the driverseat looks like a new one.

    Everhard GoosEverhard GoosAcum 4 Zile
    • The next video answers all your questions

      Paul HitchcockPaul HitchcockAcum 4 Zile
  • the road back home....

    kritsoskritsosAcum 5 Zile
  • Nature + mechanics + recycling + New Zealand accent = REALLY NICE!

    dukemamatdukemamatAcum 5 Zile
  • I remember when daddy had a tractor go out and help em with it u can’t kill the oldies

    Let’s react And gameLet’s react And gameAcum 5 Zile
  • If that wasn't your land then you just committed a felony

    Larry HouseLarry HouseAcum 5 Zile
    • It would be helpful if people could read what has been said previously on this issue before posting. There is nothing irregular here whatsoever . The tractor was gifted by the former owner.

      Paul HitchcockPaul HitchcockAcum 5 Zile
  • Cant kill them old tractors. If everything was has reliable has back then.

    newfiefromnl Viking kingnewfiefromnl Viking kingAcum 5 Zile
  • If you drop a nut or bolt here lol

    NagataNagataAcum 6 Zile
  • At last somebody with the sense to cover something being stored outside. Nice recovery mate.

    NagataNagataAcum 6 Zile
  • Nice I haven't watched one of these vids in a while and I well enjoyed it good work buddy

    paully 69paully 69Acum 6 Zile
  • I love the use of a drone to recon for more junk - i need to up my game. lol

    LoneRiderLoneRiderAcum 6 Zile
  • It's a real treasure, if you were born in 1980 and hello from west borneo indonesia

    AdyalfaAdyalfaAcum 6 Zile
  • Wonderfull machine goin to museum

    Xp1967Xp1967Acum 6 Zile
  • in new zealand?

    Harry GearyHarry GearyAcum 6 Zile
    • Yes, Marlborough Sounds, Nelson Province, top of the South Island.

      John SmithJohn SmithAcum 4 Zile
  • Another classic rescued from the grave. I was smiling ear to ear when she fired off.

    JOHN'S WICKJOHN'S WICKAcum 6 Zile
  • I've really enjoyed these videos as I can get anything running or diagnosed in a few minutes much like yourself. I picked a stihl ts350 petrol disc cutter from a scrap bin last Friday, its now running lovely and in my shed awaiting future use. Nothing really wrong with it either except the clutch springs were a bit weak. Its amazing what people throw away.

    Bamboo ForestBamboo ForestAcum 6 Zile
  • Chunky oil is amazing, flush it with some kerosene

    Stephen FazekasStephen FazekasAcum 6 Zile
  • Nothing more satisfying, I got my motorcycle fired up after sitting for 17 years and did the same to a subaru

    Stephen FazekasStephen FazekasAcum 6 Zile
  • Belle histoire qui finit bien A+

    philippe belairphilippe belairAcum 6 Zile
  • you do have an awful lot of stuff at home...are you a dealer ?

    stranraerwalstranraerwalAcum 7 Zile
    • Just the opposite...Marty is a hunter and collector...

      John SmithJohn SmithAcum 4 Zile
  • built to last an eternity! Those were the times!

    stranraerwalstranraerwalAcum 7 Zile
  • cool

    russ williamsruss williamsAcum 7 Zile
  • good thing no snakes in NZ

    Dave SmithDave SmithAcum 7 Zile
    • Or bears, raccoons, foxes, squirrels, badgers, wolverines, skunks etc. etc.

      John SmithJohn SmithAcum 4 Zile
  • Yay

    Pinkslader !Pinkslader !Acum 7 Zile
  • A fella sure could get used to watching this kind of content.

    Chris W.Chris W.Acum 7 Zile
  • am a huge fan of your channel all the way from Nairobi..nice work

    tricky peekabootricky peekabooAcum 7 Zile
  • I hope this isn’t a stupid question, but I’m trying to learn more about fixing things through videos like this. Could someone tell me what he’s testing with that multimeter?

    evan thomasevan thomasAcum 8 Zile
    • @Marty T ahh I gotcha, thanks for the response. Love your videos

      evan thomasevan thomasAcum 7 Zile
    • Testing the coil primary and secondary windings for continuity or open circuit, testing earth continuity to the negative battery post, testing that the ignition switch works

      Marty TMarty TAcum 7 Zile
  • nice vid i prefer a massey 135 but thats a good tractor

    Emily ChallisEmily ChallisAcum 8 Zile
  • Chilled abandoned for 15 years, remained fit for service... Incredible!

    VRILwaveVRILwaveAcum 8 Zile
  • I watched this 10 minutes after you uploaded it and new it would be your biggest hit

    Chris HuntChris HuntAcum 8 Zile
  • You bloody legend

    Brian ReidBrian ReidAcum 8 Zile
  • Молодец! Почистил, промазал, привёл в порядок. Теперь осталось, отпескоструить и покрасить. Не мешает промыть картер двигателя и коробки. Молодец!

    Валерий МонастырныхВалерий МонастырныхAcum 8 Zile
  • Best cold start I ever watched.👍👍

    Paruthi VeeranParuthi VeeranAcum 8 Zile
  • You need to look at the beginning of the next video where Marty explains why it unlikely this is a dual fuel tractor. The small tank is an improvised replacement for the rusted out original.

    Paul HitchcockPaul HitchcockAcum 8 Zile
  • Suspect the tractor was made to run on kerrosine. The small tank was for gas. You started the engine on gas then swapped it over to the other fuel

    Gerry MastermanGerry MastermanAcum 8 Zile
    • Form Paul Hitchcock :You need to look at the beginning of the next video where Marty explains why it unlikely this is a dual fuel tractor. The small tank is an improvised replacement for the rusted out original.

      John SmithJohn SmithAcum 8 Zile
  • When he say there is no easy way in(right away remind me the song) there's no easy way (out) ☝

    Mimmi 205Mimmi 205Acum 8 Zile
  • 25 taavetti 👍 we have 996,1212 crankshaft give up,1390 turbo

    Mimmi 205Mimmi 205Acum 8 Zile
  • Wow. I wonder if the reason that this was originally abandoned was because the points needed adjustment? Such a small thing. I haven't had my hands on a rotor points and condenser in a long time it was really fun to watch! Thank you

    Don AshcraftDon AshcraftAcum 8 Zile
  • 22:34 butter XD

    qkohe 155qkohe 155Acum 9 Zile
  • 😁

    Владимир НиконовВладимир НиконовAcum 9 Zile
  • So, I guess owner of this machine left it in the ditch because he didn't know how to increase distance by 0.5 mm (0.020 inch) between contacts on breaker arm. A tractor waited 70+ years for this fix.

    721MrG721MrGAcum 9 Zile
  • Why was it in the forest and how the f did u find it in there?

    LeopardXLeopardXAcum 9 Zile
    • All explained at the beginning of this video.

      Paul HitchcockPaul HitchcockAcum 9 Zile
  • Ha thums up just to get there. Take care cus .)

    mick00000000002mick00000000002Acum 9 Zile
  • That seems like a healthy amount of sludge in the oil

    Darkdude478Darkdude478Acum 9 Zile
  • Your amazing mate

    Broden MurrayBroden MurrayAcum 9 Zile
  • Radiator drained, gas tank drained, covered with a tarp- this was not abandoned, it was simply set aside for later.

    Christina HuntnladyChristina HuntnladyAcum 9 Zile
    • The radiator cap did not have a seal on it...not pressurized, therefore subject to evaporation over time. The fuel tank had holes in it...which is why the small Briggs and Stratton lawnmower tank had been put on there by the PO; the PO had intended to recover and restore the tractor at some time in the future but had lost interest....

      John SmithJohn SmithAcum 9 Zile
  • man if you left a mecheane out like that here it would rust through in like a year, because of how wet it is here (ireland)

    matthew hurleymatthew hurleyAcum 9 Zile
  • 18.30 IT LIVES!

    Kyle NealeKyle NealeAcum 9 Zile
  • Máquina de gerra

    Carlos TavaresCarlos TavaresAcum 9 Zile
  • That is so awesome that you find and restore old tractors and make them nice again, I love old tractors and machinery its built to last. Awesome job!

    Cody BarkerCody BarkerAcum 9 Zile
  • What a find, I'd drag that baby home

    James SchraderJames SchraderAcum 9 Zile
    • I think adding the water is what did it

      James SchraderJames SchraderAcum 9 Zile
  • The american version is farmall md

    Kerri FraschettiKerri FraschettiAcum 9 Zile
  • 棒............贊

    喬冶喬冶Acum 9 Zile
  • It has the face of an old person

    D and B filmsD and B filmsAcum 10 Zile
  • Looks like the perfect tractor to learn on

    Balen HandrickBalen HandrickAcum 10 Zile
  • I was a heavy equipment road tech for 30+ years, i cant tell how many times i had to trek through weeds, forest and pricker bushes to get to the unit i was there to fix. Your video's are great but they bring back bad memory's lol.

    steve reedsteve reedAcum 10 Zile
  • "Abandoned"

    Steve's ChannelSteve's ChannelAcum 10 Zile
    • The PO had intentions of recovering and restoring the tractor...but had lost interest over the years...it was still the PO's tractor...until he gifted it to Marty...

      John SmithJohn SmithAcum 9 Zile
  • Surprised to see the tires in such good shape. They didn't even look flat let alone dry rotted.

    slyweasel808slyweasel808Acum 10 Zile
    • In the second video Marty covers this right at the start, water filled tyres kept their shape...but cracked and crazed rubber..

      John SmithJohn SmithAcum 9 Zile
  • When you have sludge in the oil pan, drain it best you can, plug the pan and fill it with marvel mystery oil or trans fluid. Let it sit for a minute then open her back up. Flushes and thins the crap nicely

    BrendanBrendanAcum 10 Zile
  • I swear he can get anything running.

    jarrad carterjarrad carterAcum 10 Zile
  • Can one of you that gave this a thumbs down share your logic with me? Reasons? ~ because I don't understand what could possibly be negative about this video.

    john kaiminsjohn kaiminsAcum 10 Zile
  • Nice!

    G HG HAcum 10 Zile
  • I woulda taken my ventrac and mowed all that brush you had to go through 😂

    Remington WellsRemington WellsAcum 10 Zile
  • love the gang plank through the brambles

    Chris GrovesChris GrovesAcum 11 Zile
  • I just salvaged a 62 Fordson Supermajor from my neighbour. Mind you I just had to pull it out of his garage. Only hard part was paying for it!

    Farmer JerFarmer JerAcum 11 Zile
  • Algum br aqui? Kkk

    kaykykaykyAcum 11 Zile
  • Nice to see one of our old tractors still surviving after all these years, built with pride in the UK

    John HolmesJohn HolmesAcum 11 Zile
  • Okay you should fix that thing up and it would be a great tractor and if you took that to a tractor show you would win

    meams 6845meams 6845Acum 11 Zile
  • Good job you just got yourself a free tractor that’s fucking awesome 👍🏻

    Devil DogDevil DogAcum 11 Zile
  • I've added this to my "favorites" folder. Really amazing video! So glad you got it running.

    Marcos herreraMarcos herreraAcum 11 Zile
  • Roads? Where were going we dont need roads!

    The Milestone LPThe Milestone LPAcum 11 Zile
  • I don’t know how you find filters and parts for all those antiques.

    Yeshua is His nameYeshua is His nameAcum 12 Zile
    • The filters are not the hard part..the hard parts such as an original exhaust manifold (covered in the second vid) are difficult. marty is prepared and able to construct "headers" with a "hot spot" if necessary...

      John SmithJohn SmithAcum 9 Zile
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