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Newest member of the family

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Don Rudolph

02-09-2013 13:46:06
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I found this 1030 at an auction about 15 years ago, knowing the next door neighbor needed and was looking for a better tractor. It served him very well and now that he has retired from farming he offered to sell it to me at a very reasonable price. My son actually bought it and it will come home as soon as it gets warmer. I still remember the 1st new 1030 I saw at the local dealer. It was the biggest tractor I"d ever seen and my Dad said, "Who would ever need that big a tractor?" Our biggest tractor at that time was a DC4. Times have sure changed. Don

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McKerrow630

02-10-2013 06:25:37
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 Re: Newest member of the family in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-09-2013 13:46:06  
Nice story Don, she looks cold sit'en there. Will you put her back to work? congrates to you for adding it to your herd.



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Don Rudolph

02-10-2013 07:14:57
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 Re: Newest member of the family in reply to McKerrow630, 02-10-2013 06:25:37  
It doesn"t look like it but the motor was rebuilt a few years ago and is really a strong runner. The brakes, tires and the seat are the biggest problems. My son Dave has a degree in Economics and insists that most of our tractors be actually used on the farm, which is just fine with me. I think we can farm with our CASE tractors for the next 50 years. That's what they were built for. Don



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Ande

02-09-2013 19:46:23
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 Re: Newest member of the family in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-09-2013 13:46:06  
Hi Don,
Yes,I need and want a "1031",I have one spotted,and its shedded,and I sold it to him,but he isnt ready yet to sell,so it sits in a shed.
Yes,I have a great story about "1030"'s,but wont take away from your post.
Glad you brought her home.
Ande



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Don Rudolph

02-09-2013 22:03:04
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 Re: Newest member of the family in reply to Ande, 02-09-2013 19:46:23  
Ande,
I would love to hear your story about 1030's. Don



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casedc3

02-09-2013 16:28:36
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 Re: Newest member of the family in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-09-2013 13:46:06  
Good looking machine Don
Around my house all my neighbors think my 52 DC3 is the biggest thing they have ever seen. Gotta love the suburbs!



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Bruce from Can.

02-09-2013 14:44:33
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 Re: Newest member of the family in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-09-2013 13:46:06  
Congrats, now that is my kinda tractor!!! Bruce



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Harvey 2

02-09-2013 13:59:15
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 Re: Newest member of the family in reply to Don Rudolph, 02-09-2013 13:46:06  
Who needs a tractor that big. That reminds me of the time a neighbor back in 1953 bought a new John Deere 70; it was the biggest tractor around here when the other tractors were JD/B IHC/h Allis/wd etc.
Now they use them to mow their lawns.



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