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Restoration update

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Paul Shuler

06-29-2002 23:10:22




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Here is some photos of my progress on the Super C if anyone cares. The clean up is going very slow. The old grease and dirt sticks as good as the old paint does.Work has been very busy so have to work early in the AM and on Saturdays.




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killerred

06-30-2002 15:51:24




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 Re: Restoration update in reply to Paul Shuler, 06-29-2002 23:10:22  
Paul, I guess it's too late now but I went to a dollar store and bought cans of oven cleaner. They clean up grease and some of the old paint as well. Good photos. I have an A and Super A and hope to find a Super C next.



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RedTed/MO

06-30-2002 13:44:38




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 Re: Restoration update in reply to Paul Shuler, 06-29-2002 23:10:22  
Paul: My own project (also an SC) has been idle for a month or so while I put myself into another obligation against a July 1st deadline! Your pics remind me that its time now to get back to The Important Things In Life! Keep on wrenching red. RedTed/MO.



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Gene

06-30-2002 07:19:11




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 Re: Restoration update in reply to Paul Shuler, 06-29-2002 23:10:22  
Paul: The GRIN on your face says it all.. It looked like a good tractor to start with and will end up much better. Keep up the good work and THANKS for posting those pictures. I'll have to save a few for when I do mine. G.



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Bob M

06-30-2002 06:41:46




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 Re: Restoration update in reply to Paul Shuler, 06-29-2002 23:10:22  
Great set of pix there Paul! That's gonna be one sweet Super C when you get her all together!! ...Bob M



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The Red

06-30-2002 05:29:21




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 Re: Restoration update in reply to Paul Shuler, 06-29-2002 23:10:22  
Paul keep at it here and there and you will be done before you know it. Nice bunch of pictures!!



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Bob in SE Nebraska

06-30-2002 05:22:48




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 Re: Restoration update in reply to Paul Shuler, 06-29-2002 23:10:22  
Lots of work to get a tractor cleaned up for sure. When it is done though, you sure have earned the right to be proud of your tractor.

Have fun, Bob



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