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Re: How to Get my Dad's Old Tractor- Any Advice

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09-26-2013 09:55:50

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My FIL just turned 88 and has an old motorcycle that he gave to a daughter's ex-bf. I reminded the ex-bf he NEEDS to get it off the property (where it's stored) while FIL is still alive. Ex-bf doesn't think anyone will challenge for it should the ole' guy pass before. Since there are many grandkids I don't put anything past any family member when push comes to shove about free money. He also has a welder that I get AFTER electricity is run in my garage. Just need to get 125 ft. wire for box to box connection and then go get it. Only reason I'm not going to have any trouble once my Mom passes is I'm only remaining child alive and already executor of the will. If you haven't already done it, tell him you want it, if you already told him, remind him you still want it. Best of luck to you.

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Brent Zappe

09-26-2013 10:18:56

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 Re: How to Get my Dad's Old Tractor- Any Advice in reply to howdy1960, 09-26-2013 09:55:50  
Here is a way to get the tractor. I do tractor restoration work as a hobby. What I am noted for is to put a serail number on a part location with the tractor. This means it is usally a S.S Number like the last four numbers. then I put on the tractor files where it is located this is for the owner to know if the tractor gets stolen. This will make it easy to claim. I have three tractor for my dad and right now there alll listed to be mine when my dad past on. ASk him to have it and when he says yes put it on papper and have him sign it.

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