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davr101

02-11-2008 16:50:36




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third party image

I think I got it.




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Rex in Australia

02-15-2008 01:10:30




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 Re: Photo test 2 in reply to davr101, 02-11-2008 16:50:36  
Thanks fellas, good to hear from you again ElToro.
Will try to get those photos up, but have been away for work and a bit short of time at the moment.
Will be off line for a couple of weeks too, but will sure to be back. Love these websites.
Rex



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Rex in Australia

02-12-2008 01:18:57




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 Re: Photo test 2 in reply to davr101, 02-11-2008 16:50:36  
You sure did! Well done and what a lovely little thing! I have one the same, but that i would be too ashamed to post at the moment. Maybe when it is cleaned up a bit more!
God Bless,
Rex



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davr101

02-12-2008 08:33:30




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 Re: Photo test 2 in reply to Rex in Australia, 02-12-2008 01:18:57  
Thanks for the comments, Rex. We really love our 1950 AC Model B. It was the first tractor I restored.

Dave



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Rex in Australia

02-12-2008 01:20:40




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 Re: Photo test 2 in reply to Rex in Australia, 02-12-2008 01:18:57  
Question - What size image do you use? I have some of a machinery rally that was here recently. Need to find out what size photos to post.
Rex



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davr101

02-12-2008 08:31:14




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 Re: Photo test 2 in reply to Rex in Australia, 02-12-2008 01:20:40  
I took the pictures at the e-mail setting on the camera, which is about 640X480 pixels, just like the one El Toro posted.



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El Toro

02-12-2008 03:48:11




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 Re: Photo test 2 in reply to Rex in Australia, 02-12-2008 01:20:40  
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The picture posted is 640X480 pixels and is a good size to post. I reduce the picture size by
emailing them to myself. Here's a 1954 WD45 bought new by the original owner and his daughter had it redone for Christmas. I bet he was surprised when he saw this. Hal

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tractor driver

02-14-2008 14:22:46




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 Re: Photo test 2 in reply to El Toro, 02-12-2008 03:48:11  
That sure is a nice tractor. we got one just like it, but not so pretty. we got two really. the other was made in 1955 and has a loader.



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davr101

02-14-2008 17:55:30




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 Re: Photo test 2 in reply to tractor driver, 02-14-2008 14:22:46  
Thanks for the nice comments. We really like this B, and we have John Deeres as well. I just use it for parades, etc., but I'd bet these were great little work horses. Rod NH sure has a working B that he does just about everything with.



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