WILLIAM H. FRAWLEY, Bankruptcy Judge.
The debtors in the above entitled action having duly filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy on the 15th day of November, 1979; and said matter having been duly noticed for a meeting of creditors; and thereafter the debtors having filed an amended exemption schedule herein; and the trustee having determined at the meeting of creditors that the case was a no asset case; and thereafter the debtors having duly filed this action by a complaint dated February 8, 1980; and praying for the avoiding of the fixing of any lien by the defendant on one certain 1972 IHC Tractor, ID # 259471Y033593, which was given as security for a loan to said defendant, Thorp Finance Corporation, and claiming that said tractor is exempt under 11 U.S.C. § 522(d)(1), (5) and (6); and the defendant having duly filed its answer herein by its attorney, and following a pre-trial conference
FINDINGS OF FACT
1. That said debtors filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy as above stated.
2. That the 1972 IHC Tractor was given as security for a nonpossessory, nonpurchase-money security interest in said tractor dated March 9, 1979.
3. That said tractor is owned by the plaintiff, Ronald E. Pockat, as shown by the Certificate of Title.
4. That said plaintiff had been an over-the-road trucker prior to his filing the petition herein. That the first two years he drove for the State of Wisconsin (DNR) hauling government surplus. That the last three years he was what is known in the trade as an over-the-road trucker, being that he is the owner of the cab-tractor used by him in said work.
5. That during the last three years he leased said tractor to Sawyer Transport Trucking Company and has driven for them, and was paid on a percentage basis depending on what he was hauling.
6. That since the bankruptcy he has been employed part-time as truck driver for Bettendorf Transport. That he intends to continue on as an over-the-road trucker owning his own equipment, but that he has not been able to use the 1972 IHC cab-tractor because it is now broken and needs funds to get it repaired.
7. That he intends to continue with said Sawyer Transport under a lease arrangement or with some other lease operation.
9. Counsel stated that it has been very difficult to find any case interpreting the items included in the term "implement, tools of trade of the debtor, or the trade of a dependent of the debtor."
10. That counsel submitted that under the decisions of other states, law libraries of attorneys have been exempt under this terminology as well as artists' pictures. The Wisconsin Statutes and the 1970 Annotations are not enlightening in any way as to what is included under "tools of trade" as shown on page 1554 of said 1970 Annotations.
11. In Cunningham v. Brictson, 101 Wis. 378, 379-383, 77 N.W. 740, 742, the court said:
12. That § 522(f)(2)(B) provides voiding the lien on implements, professional books or tools of the trade of the debtor or the trade of a dependent of the debtor. Certainly a debtor, in order to be an over-the-road trucker and continue in that field of trucking, would have to have the cab-tractor available to him to make his living as much as any printer would need his printing tools, or an electrician his electrical tools, or any other mechanic the tools used by him in making a living.
13. That the attorney for the defendant has pointed out very clearly the position of the defendant, that the cab-tractor should not be defined as a tool of trade or implement
14. That the said cab-tractor is an implement or tool of trade of plaintiff, Ronald E. Pockat.
15. That an order should be entered voiding the defendant's lien on the same as alleged in the complaint.
CONCLUSIONS OF LAW
That an order be entered determining that the 1972 IHC cab-tractor, ID # 259471Y033593, to be an implement or tool of trade of the plaintiff within the meaning of 11 U.S.C. § 522(f)(2)(B) and said lien thereon voided.
NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED: That the 1972 IHC cab-tractor, ID # 259471Y033593, owned by the plaintiff and debtor, Ronald E. Pockat, is an implement or tool of trade all within the meaning of 11 U.S.C. § 522(f)(2)(B); and that the lien of said defendant thereon is hereby voided.