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Tractor Memorabilia Discussion Forum

1/16 John Deere 1010

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jjamna

05-25-2008 20:16:51
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I know that there has never been a 1010 wide front made in 1/16 scale by any companies. Has anyone ever tried to make one theirselves?




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Stan - Florida

05-28-2008 10:02:56
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 Re: 1/16 John Deere 1010 in reply to jjamna, 05-25-2008 20:16:51  
Trumm & Zarse's book, "Encyclopedia of Construction & Farm Toys" shows a 2010 with a wide front end. It does not have side shields on the engine. Not having ever been around either a 1010 or a 2010, I don't know if there would be much difference in a 1/16 scale tractor.

Dick's Farm Toy Price Guide does not show a 2010 other than the pricey ones from Nolt, Stephan, etc, but it does list a 2030, which is described as a "Utility, slant nose". I'm guessing that it is the same tractor as shown in Trumm & Zarse's book.

Probably not much help, but one of these might be a quick solution to your problem.

Stan
Melbourne, FL

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jjamna

05-28-2008 10:17:06
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 Re: 1/16 John Deere 1010 in reply to Stan - Florida, 05-28-2008 10:02:56  
Stan
At this point any info I can get helps. I am not desperate but what I am trying to do is get a 1/16 scale of the tractors I own. I have all of them but the 1010. I have not found any 2010 either. So I will try the places you listed.



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Stan - Florida

05-28-2008 15:38:27
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 Re: 1/16 John Deere 1010 in reply to jjamna, 05-28-2008 10:17:06  
I'm not sure what I gave you will help you find one, but at least you know a little more about what you're looking for.

I have one of the tractors, whichever it is. I bought it an an antique store in Joplin, Mo back in early 1999. It has one chip in the paint on the left side of the hood, just above the manifold. The chip is approximately 1/8" in diameter. It is missing the solid stripe decal on the right side of the hood. I paid $38 for it, and would sell it for that plus shipping.

If you're interested, I could take some pictures and e-mail them to you. If interested, send me an e-mail at stanhuff@aol.com.

Stan

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jjamna

05-26-2008 20:26:15
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 Re: 1/16 John Deere 1010 in reply to jjamna, 05-25-2008 20:16:51  
Gary
You are right. They look almost alike. I will be looking for one now. Thanks a bunch. I thought they had the side screens. Had you not said something, I may have never checked.



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IaGary

05-26-2008 20:05:15
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 Re: 1/16 John Deere 1010 in reply to jjamna, 05-25-2008 20:16:51  
Would a 2010 be that much different?

If not you could put 1010 decals on a 2010



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jjamna

05-26-2008 20:23:08
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 Re: 1/16 John Deere 1010 in reply to IaGary, 05-26-2008 20:05:15  
I think the 2010 has Side screens like the 3010 and 4010 but I am not sure.The 1010 don't have the side screens. I will sure be checking though.



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