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andrewgubbels

03-30-2008 07:21:38




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Hey guys we are just about done restoring a I 220 for Elwood Meier from Pierce Nebraska. IT is a big bad allis let me tell you. I just wanted to share some photos. I think the next few in line are a 574 international, a wd45 Diesel and a 1936 wc. I hope the photos work!

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Mike Dunica

03-30-2008 07:38:40




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 Re: Another Happy Customer! in reply to andrewgubbels, 03-30-2008 07:21:38  
WOW,what a beautiful 220.You should be very proud.I will be restoring a One Ninety XT Series 3 this summer-I hope it looks half as good as the 220.



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JLM/Minn

03-30-2008 14:18:21




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 Re: Another Happy Customer! in reply to Mike Dunica, 03-30-2008 07:38:40  
You sure spruced up the 220--looks BETTER than one right off the line--great job!!



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Garry from SD

03-31-2008 05:20:44




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 Re: Another Happy Customer! in reply to JLM/Minn, 03-30-2008 14:18:21  
The only thing that would make it look better - it sitting in my yard!



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