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1586 followed me home

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Catnap Farm

08-27-2002 17:52:30

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A friendly 1586 followed me home the other day just looking for someone to care and feed it. The wife said if the 1586 stays my 1953 fully restored Super C has to GO. The 1586 looks real friendly and I think it will make a good barn pet. Should I try and get her to let me keep both? Right now it isn't too bad in the dog house with the dog but I think it is going to get kind of cold as the weather cools off.

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08-28-2002 10:20:41

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 Re: 1586 followed me home in reply to Catnap Farm, 08-27-2002 17:52:30  
that's what happens when you feed strays!

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08-28-2002 07:31:26

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 Re: 1586 followed me home in reply to Catnap Farm, 08-27-2002 17:52:30  
You could always put the C up for sale with a price that no one would pay. "Honey, I tried to sell it but no one wants to pay what I have in it in money. You don't want me to take a loss on it. Do you?"


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08-27-2002 20:13:03

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 Re: 1586 followed me home in reply to Catnap Farm, 08-27-2002 17:52:30  
The 1586 is one AWSOME tractor...looks GREAT and not that many arount....but the Cmore likes the company of his big, big younger brother!! Cmore

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08-27-2002 18:26:49

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 Re: 1586 followed me home in reply to Catnap Farm, 08-27-2002 17:52:30  
I hate(!) it when stuff like that happens. I brought home a 400 and the wife went through the roof. Told me(with arms crossed, toe a-tapping, and stern voice) something else had to go. I said, well lets talk about it over dinner, took her out to a very nice pub and I still have all my projects and sleep in the bed.

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Don LC

08-27-2002 19:55:48

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 Re: Re: 1586 followed me home in reply to Scott(TN), 08-27-2002 18:26:49  
Both tractors are a good investment ---- better than money in the bank.....

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