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|Tony in Mass.
A natural instinct there S19438. The caveman that invented a metal share and moldboard is where civilization begain. When you see people in the third world still plowing with a tree stump... is there any wonder the rest of their world is 3000 years behind?
I dug up our first 2 bottom Dearborn plow the other day, I remember butchering it with 'government job' shins and shares I made at work, cause back 20 years ago, parts were scarcer than nowdays, but it still has nice lines, streamlined? People curse the internet, but it does was it was ment to do, get people together to trade swap and decide what the world needs made, like Dearborn plow shares... or steel shares on your tree stump?
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