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A Little Off The Topic!!!

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Bill {Antique Acres}

06-26-2001 12:35:30

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I have a question a litlle of the topic, but it is tractor related. I once got a tractor logo put on my checks at the bank. They have since jacked the price up to $15.00 extra a box plus regular costs, plus shipping. They ship the others for free. Anyways when I got them it was free, because my wife worked there. Now I am looking for a source to do this once again. I have looked everywhere on the internet and can not find a company that has a tractor logo. They have every other useless picture to slap on there. So, my question is does anyone know where I can find a company that has a tractor logo. I would prefer anything but Ford, but if i have to I will accept that "gulp". The last one I had looked to be of a Massey Harris. Thanks Bill {Antique Acres}

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Rocky Allen

07-01-2001 13:18:42

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 Re: A Little Off The Topic!!! in reply to Bill {Antique Acres}, 06-26-2001 12:35:30  
I agree that if they can print out Nascar checks and other things that they should be able to print Antique Tractor checks, but I don't agree with you about Ford, they are great tractors too. Rocky

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06-27-2001 05:40:35

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 Re: A Little Off The Topic!!! in reply to Bill {Antique Acres}, 06-26-2001 12:35:30  
These folks may be able to do something for you. We got our checks from them for years, but when we moved back to Colorado our new bank started giving us our checks for free.

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John Hindermann

06-26-2001 20:52:21

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 Re: A Little Off The Topic!!! in reply to Bill {Antique Acres}, 06-26-2001 12:35:30  
Check with the office supply stores. I believe you can print checks from your PC. With that ability the sky's the limit.

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06-26-2001 17:58:43

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 Re: A Little Off The Topic!!! in reply to Bill {Antique Acres}, 06-26-2001 12:35:30  
I have a dairy farm in Wi, have a Holstein cow on my checks,must be about 35 years, no extra charge that i know of, just the very first time.Have even had a bank buyout with no problem. Some big bank from the big city bought out the local bank.The first time they decide to put a extra charge on my checks, I will be on their history list. I had the checking account since '57 and never had a over draft till this last January when one of those electronic deductions came a week early.Talk about a mad German, when the $50 notice came, went right to the Top-- told him that the deduct be put on or i be gone period. He was more than happy to deposit the $50..Also had a few choice words with the insurance man!!

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Guy Fay

06-26-2001 13:15:03

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 Re: A Little Off The Topic!!! in reply to Bill {Antique Acres}, 06-26-2001 12:35:30  
The product liscense and legal guys probably wouldn't like this very much, especially on a check! Probably why you don't see them anymore.

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Dick Davis

06-26-2001 21:12:37

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 Re: Re: A Little Off The Topic!!! in reply to Guy Fay, 06-26-2001 13:15:03  
You surely are right Guy. But what ever happened to advertising? You would think that a company like Ford/New Holland/Case/IHC would appreciate all the business we generate. ($70 for New Holland books this week - just so I can order more PARTS!) At one time. "Interest in a product - any interest - was publicity" Lawyers sure screw things up! Do you suppose any lawyers restore tractors? Nah.

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Bama Red

06-27-2001 14:29:47

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 Re: Re: Re: A Little Off The Topic!!! in reply to Dick Davis, 06-26-2001 21:12:37  
No self-respectin' tractor would be seen with a lawyer!

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