The Tough International Harvester Cub Cadet Compact Garden Tractor

International Harvester Cub Cadet compact garden tractors were built to last.

Ted Delooza, of Penn Yan, N.Y., on the 1970 Cub Cadet Model 106 he restored to use at plow days and for show. Note the raised panel stamped into the hood, and the one-piece fender/footrest that actually extends to both sides of the tractor. Tim’s tractor has the optional headlights, a rear three-point hitch, Brinly sleeve hitch adapter, rear PTO and two-speed creeper transmission. The front weight bracket and weights were custom-made by Tim. The rear wheel weights aren’t original Cub Cadet equipment.
Ted Delooza, of Penn Yan, N.Y., on the 1970 Cub Cadet Model 106 he restored to use at plow days and for show. Note the raised panel stamped into the hood, and the one-piece fender/footrest that actually extends to both sides of the tractor. Tim’s tractor has the optional headlights, a rear three-point hitch, Brinly sleeve hitch adapter, rear PTO and two-speed creeper transmission. The front weight bracket and weights were custom-made by Tim. The rear wheel weights aren’t original Cub Cadet equipment.