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post #16 of 26 Old 09-25-2006, 02:45 PM
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I guess I am really slow in seeing this post...those are some excellent pictures of some really great tractors ( yeah I like red ones too )

It's got to give you a great sense of pride knowing you are in a business that keeps these old tractors in tip top shape by supplying much needed parts and also to see them when they are all done in their formal attire out on the town...nice.

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Thanks JDA,, I'm fond of the red ones myself, but I enjoy seeing all the wide variety of makes restored and cared for again. And I do really enjoy being a small part of the process of keeping these parts of our agricultural heritage alive. This hobby has given me some great friends both locally, and all of you here at MyTF, and it gives me great pleasure to see the fine workmanship put into bringing these old girls back to their former glory. I guess I feel like I have a pretty great job!!

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post #18 of 26 Old 09-26-2006, 08:39 AM
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Some good looking Red there, ain't seen much of that in awhile..good job!

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WOW thats some good pics of some good tractors

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Freebird, I can't take credit for any of these tractors sadly, they were all restored by customers of ours, we only have parts on them, but I certainly agree, some VERY nice tractors!!!

Macdaddy, I have a pretty decent digital camera that makes me look like I know what I'm doing.

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Great pic's of a great show PM. Love the Case S....

See Steve you gotta understand grass is green tractors are red

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See Steve you gotta understand grass is green tractors are red
Hey, we had a couple of red ones on the farm too (1066 & 1486 ).... I just preferred the comfort of Green. ....and grass is green, so are most healthy crops, paper money,tractors,and my alma mater....blood is red I've lost enough of that, along with the sweat and tears.

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Parts man, you got PARTS on them tractors....ones you either pulled off something and brought back to life or whatever....so somehow you are "relation" haha.

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Ernie, that Case was a real basket case too, the guy did a beautiful job on it!!

Steve, you just have to leave the green tractors out in the sun for a while, they'll ripen eventually.

Freebird, having supplied parts for these tractors maker me feel like I'm at least part of the process.

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PM they all did fine job of restoration. Not many any better

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mine is just like the h with wide front above but not restored yet it is in the process
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