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Tractor Talk Discussion Forum

OLD and COLD Ds

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John Deere D

12-06-2013 15:09:33
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On a COLD -25F Clear Sunny Day in Northwestern Alberta Canada. Had my Camera....entrance to our property...these three matriarchs run well "on a summer day" another six are in the lineup waiting for life to be put back in to their Souls




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acrcpa

12-07-2013 05:06:00
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to John Deere D, 12-06-2013 15:09:33  
Snow and tractor's. It's a beautiful thing. Thanks for sharing.



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oleclint

12-06-2013 21:43:11
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to John Deere D, 12-06-2013 15:09:33  
That is a fantastic photo of days in the past. Best calendar material that I ever saw.I had to just look at it for several min. and let my thoughts wander.Think of the tough, hardy guys that spent weeks on those seats.Thank you.clint



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jimqc

12-06-2013 17:37:28
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to John Deere D, 12-06-2013 15:09:33  
I bet with a little shot of ether and a boost they would all start.



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60 acre hillside

12-06-2013 17:16:00
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to John Deere D, 12-06-2013 15:09:33  
I had a girlfriend in college in Arkansas. Her daddy was a rice farmer and had three "D"s he also had another younger daughter who was ugly. The pretty girl married one of my friends and the ugly girl married a Yankee from Michigan, Her dad gave the Yankee one of the "D"s. Somehow I wish I had married the older pretty daughter and possibly become a "D" owner.



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Dr. Walt

12-06-2013 23:11:34
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to 60 acre hillside, 12-06-2013 17:16:00  
60 acre:

Pretty one is more liable to run off with the first handsome stud that comes down the road. Marry the ugly one, you're the only one that would want her. Besides, that's what brown paper bags are made for.

LOL



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60 acre hillside

12-07-2013 04:11:19
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to Dr. Walt, 12-06-2013 23:11:34  
She would have left the tractor behind. Really the pretty one did leave the fellow who married her.



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Bob

12-06-2013 20:58:09
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to 60 acre hillside, 12-06-2013 17:16:00  
60 acre... stop and think here for a minute... What do pretty girls and bacon have in common?


(HINT>>>) They will both KILL you, a little at a time!



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Paul From MI

12-06-2013 16:32:37
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to John Deere D, 12-06-2013 15:09:33  
I'm still using a 1948 D on my little farm. They are one tough tractor, a bit thirsty and not very user friendly, but very reliable. Great picture, captures the essence of a Model D.



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Old Popper

12-06-2013 16:23:04
216.51.202.134



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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to John Deere D, 12-06-2013 15:09:33  
1500 cubic inches of dormant power....waiting for spring!



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JimB2

12-06-2013 16:15:35
99.240.243.222



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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to John Deere D, 12-06-2013 15:09:33  
John Deere D, very nice picture, the snow always looks so nice right after the storm. I was watching the weather channel tonight and thinking of my cousins in Grande Prairie and Peace River areas.

JimB



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John Deere D

12-06-2013 19:23:35
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to JimB2, 12-06-2013 16:15:35  
Thank you all for your comments and the smile on my face.....
Bob



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BillOHIO

12-06-2013 16:09:21
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to John Deere D, 12-06-2013 15:09:33  
I agree with the other comments on the quality of that picture and it would be good on a calendar.

The other fun thing comes to mind is think of these 3 old veterans talking of how hard they worked over the years etc.

Example: One D says, "I remember working 16 hours straight with the only break when my owner shut me down for fuel ."

Then the other D says, "that's nothing I worked for 24 hours straight and they fueled me up without even shutting off my engine."

The third D said, "I got you all beat, I worked 36 hours straight without being shut off for fuel and for 18 hours of the 36 I had to pull two discs instead of one cause the other tractor, an old Allis broke down so they hooked his disc on to me also !"

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Ted in NE-OH

12-06-2013 17:55:29
65.25.30.63



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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to BillOHIO, 12-06-2013 16:09:21  
The Allis was so good it got its work done so they gave it the day off. LOL



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BillOHIO

12-06-2013 18:43:10
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to Ted in NE-OH, 12-06-2013 17:55:29  
Ted, Yes or another thought......OLD D wanted to date ALICE, I mean ALLIS so he pulled her disc to impress her. He just told the other two D's she broke down to make them feel sorry for him. Also he did not want the other two D's hitting on ALICE, I mean ALLIS ! (GRIN)



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Tom Schnitzler

12-07-2013 03:05:50
166.182.3.70



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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to BillOHIO, 12-06-2013 18:43:10  
Is that Allis a trans? First it was a he then he became a she! I would stay away from that if I were that D! LOL Tom



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rick n ohio

12-06-2013 15:20:10
70.208.196.148



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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to John Deere D, 12-06-2013 15:09:33  
hope they dont set out all the time?
RICK



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Janicholson

12-06-2013 15:18:08
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to John Deere D, 12-06-2013 15:09:33  
That may be the finest JD picture I have ever seen. Just a fine photo. Jim



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ASEguy

12-06-2013 15:38:17
24.207.160.166



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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to Janicholson, 12-06-2013 15:18:08  
I agree. Somewhere there is a John Deere calendar needing a December photo. Great shot.



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Dr. Walt

12-06-2013 23:30:02
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to ASEguy, 12-06-2013 15:38:17  
I think it would be a better July or August photo, when it's 110*F in the shade, and the nearest shade is 5 miles away.



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Janicholson

12-07-2013 09:04:14
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 Re: OLD and COLD Ds in reply to Dr. Walt, 12-06-2013 23:30:02  
You are just dreaming of warm things. Jim



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