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Re: How many of you also collect toy tractors?

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Posted by casered on February 05, 2014 at 21:19:07 from (

In Reply to: How many of you also collect toy tractors? posted by Barry75 on February 05, 2014 at 09:03:26:

Dad started back in the mid 80"s and went to Dyersville a few times to the National Show. I remember him being so proud one year when he came home with a Denver edition Magnum. He still has all of them but after his brother passed away in 96 he kinda lost interest in the hobby. It was a passion they both shared and would go together to the shows.

I kinda took over when he stopped and up till about 4 years ago still bought some occasionally. I am considering thinning my collection a bit to help fund the restoration of the DC I just bought in memory of my son. Trouble is most of them are regular shelf models as I had always looked at collecting them this way. They make limited numbers of collector editions and many of shelf versions. However over time most of those shelf versions I was betting would be played with and abused and destroyed eventually driving up their value in years to come.

I have both versions of the Williams Brothers Big Bud in all 3 scales but the wife says they STAY! (Mostly because she bought the two 1/16th scales behind my back at the time as I didn"t want to pay the 600 bucks for the two of them.) I am pretty color blind as to what I have bought, Case, IH, JD, MF, AC, Oliver. If the model striked me as neat looking I bought it allthough I do have some collector edition tractors. Not sure of the numbers but I would say around 100 1/16th scale and about the same of 1/64th plus many 1/64th implements.


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