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Two against the world (pics)

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Dallas Huybregts

08-28-2012 08:57:50




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Last weekend my club held its annual Vintage Tractor Pull and Show. We had between 80 and 100 tractors on site...but only two Cases. My 1955 410 and another puller's 500. We each put up a good fight and I'm happy to say I got the best of at least one JD.

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toolz

08-28-2012 20:21:03




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 Re: Two against the world (pics) in reply to Dallas Huybregts, 08-28-2012 08:57:50  
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We usually get a handfull of Cases at our pulls. These are from this past Saturday. Mine"s the ugly 900 diesel (and the Gvi).

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Dallas Huybregts

08-28-2012 20:28:43




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 Re: Two against the world (pics) in reply to toolz, 08-28-2012 20:21:03  
That's a nice looking track, where are you located?

Also I envy your straight fenders, mine are pretty wrinkled and bent.



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toolz

08-28-2012 22:02:21




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 Re: Two against the world (pics) in reply to Dallas Huybregts, 08-28-2012 20:28:43  
This was in central IL, Eureka, just west of Bloomington. The track was very good- got a little dry at the end. My fenders aren't as nice as they look- pretty straight, but rusty on the bottom. I just bought a rust free set, with platform pieces, from Colorado. Got some dents, but will be easier than fixing rust.



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RegulaRog

08-28-2012 10:24:41




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 Re: Two against the world (pics) in reply to Dallas Huybregts, 08-28-2012 08:57:50  
Nice looking tractors. Where are you located? Looks kinda cold there.



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Dallas Huybregts

08-28-2012 10:28:15




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 Re: Two against the world (pics) in reply to RegulaRog, 08-28-2012 10:24:41  
We're just east of Edmonton Alberta. These pictures were taken on Saturday, and it was about 10 celcius (50F) and windy. We had a better day on Sunday when it was 25C (77F) with lots of sun.



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