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01-04-2013 09:50:22

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Thanks for your comments, Gentlemen.

I'm unsure just how far I'm going to go with the 9....

RIght at the moment I have it, a Case that I wound up with in a trade and my 8n , which is going to be with me forever because my 2 1/2 year old grandson, who was with me when I bought it, has claims as HIS 'Red belly tractor".

Sometime in the next day or two, I'm headed down country to buy the tractor that I REALLY want, a 57 860, so the Case and the 9 are gonna have to go....

This is Balin's "Red Belly"

Case VAC

9n left side

I guess when I got the chance to get back into tractors, I kinda got carried away.

If anyone might be interested in the Case, drop me a line. It's listed in the classified here.

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01-04-2013 13:25:01

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 Re: Re: in reply to werksguy, 01-04-2013 09:50:22  
Only keeping 2 tractors??? Shoot I would be lost if I did not have at the very least 5 tractors. As it is I have close to 30 of them. Ya the do not all run but sure better then them going to China

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John in MIch

01-05-2013 14:27:02

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 Re: Re: in reply to old, 01-04-2013 13:25:01  
I'm squeeling on you!!!! My wife complains about my "umteen" tractors, down from 23. We (grandkids and I) don't tell grandma what is in the barn or out back, more than 10, less than 20. She never seems to be impressed when I say someone has more than me.

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01-05-2013 15:01:30

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 Re: Re: in reply to John in MIch, 01-05-2013 14:27:02  
My wife learned years ago that if I have them if things go bad I can always find some $$ if need be but if you do not have them then if you need some $$ your screwed blued and tattooed and you do not have a paddle so your up a creek LOL

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John in MIch

01-05-2013 16:18:09

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 Re: Re: in reply to old, 01-05-2013 15:01:30  
Can I quote you? grin

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01-05-2013 16:52:46

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 Re: Re: in reply to John in MIch, 01-05-2013 16:18:09  
Sure when I retired I looked at what things where doing and invested in old tractors since I saw the stock market and all was not going to make any $$ but I figured you can always sell a tractor and if you repair them then you are ahead. Buy cheap fix them and sell at a profit LOL

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