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03-17-2013 17:53:53

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I really like this topic.. Dont have any that have been over a couple ears or so but have a lot in my head i want to do. My problem is i find a good deal or something i just have to have and bring it home and start on it when i still have 3 more to work on. Right now we have 4 in the garage. A g pulling tractor that we have been working on all winter. Its almost done and will be painted here in the next few weeks, the wife took ownership of a 1945 b that i bought to part out we've been re-doing it for about a year. Motor is done and its primed ready to paint.. Once these are done I have a GW to finish had some transmission issues just needs finished putting everything back in and painted. Last one in there is a 3010/4010 pulling tractor.. After the three 2 cylinders get done it will fill back up have a 420crawler that needs gone through and adjusted, and then our 70 diesel was done about 25 years ago needs some love... I also have my eye on an unstyled g locally and wife wants an unstyled a... Needless to say its an addictive hobby i cant kick but could be a lot worse and blowing money on something else... At least are kids have an idea of what was actually used back in the day.

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03-18-2013 04:10:20

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 Re: Projects in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 03-17-2013 17:53:53  
I started collecting JD around 1993 -equipment mainly first, a lot of items were $100-$400, my father said a few times to me -"why are you buying this old stuff, you are not going to use it?" -my response has always been -" I could smoke, gamble, or drink excessively, and the money would be gone for good, I can always re-sell the items and get my money back -everyone needs a hobby"

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03-17-2013 18:22:07

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 Re: Projects in reply to JohnDeereJimOhio, 03-17-2013 17:53:53  
Your right Jim there is lots of worse things to spend money on! Your shop looks like mine did before i did some serious housecleaning. Wont take long and it will be back that way.

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