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Re: Paint Opinions

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10-21-2012 04:00:02

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Why do people like to change the colour of these little tractors? Sacrilege as far as I am concerned, but that is my view. No=one thinks of painting their John Deere blue and white nor painting their International green and violet, yet all over America I see these Fergies customised. If you do a really nice paint job in original grey and highlight the steering wheel and coil in black with the black hoses and shiny hose clips,silver zinc plate the wheel nuts and then redo your chrome so the tractor sparkles, it looks real good you have added to the value rather than devaluing your steed! My tuppence worth Sam

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10-21-2012 11:03:43

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 Re: Paint Opinions in reply to samn40, 10-21-2012 04:00:02  

Oh come on SAM! A little red on the 30 isn't so gaudy is it? The narrow guys all had blue racing stripes didn't they? And the turf 20 was nearly as loud when new...and the gorgious 3165 came from the factory in 'I love New York Thruway Aurthority' blue... and yellow...and black.... and silver and....

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10-21-2012 15:48:28

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 Re: Paint Opinions in reply to Tony in Mass., 10-21-2012 11:03:43  
Tony can't get away from the circus he remembers coming to town when he was a child....He really liked those vivid colours!!!!!! LOL....Sam PS as long as it is restored and working and you don't paint it green with yellow wheels I can accept it!

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10-21-2012 17:10:11

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 Re: Paint Opinions in reply to samn40, 10-21-2012 15:48:28  
That first Pecosso looks more like a Ginny Wasp!!

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10-21-2012 05:25:25

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 Re: Paint Opinions in reply to samn40, 10-21-2012 04:00:02  
"to each his own"

i prefer originality but what the heck; whatever floats your boat.

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