Those were cool little tractors for mowing or tilling, Yvonne. One neighbor had one. I had a Ford 8N with a rear scraper blade, tandem disc, spring tooth harrow, and 2 wheel trailer, but I tilled my 1/2 acre garden with my BCS 9.5 HP rear tine tiller. It was a real beast and really mixed in the compost when on slow speed. The farmers in Italy use the big BCS to farm several acres. Mine was Italian-made with a rope pull start. I sold it 20 years ago because I couldn't pull it without tearing up my shoulders. Now they use a Kohler 9.5 HP recoil start which is much easier to pull. Now if I garden I do it in large diameter about 3' pots. Easier than raised beds. So far I am not inspired since the weather this year is crazy and plus our water is expensive. Lots of hungry bugs out this year and not many birds. My area has several family-owned small organic farms and produce is very reasonable. Mine was similar but was an older model with a more rounded front. It was a clutch and transmission drive unlike the belt drive Troy Built that couldn't compare in any way.