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Mike B IL

12-04-2001 06:17:55

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At the end of our road sits an 8N for sale. It has been there for a month! No cover, just sitting out in the field. Before I started reading this site, I would not have given it a second thought. Now it makes me sad to see it sitting there knowing that winter is coming and the tranny will soon be collecting water. My wife said that she wishs we could by it then we could have one to redo and one to to work! What a wife!!

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12-04-2001 09:18:27

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 Re: OLD 8N in reply to Mike B IL, 12-04-2001 06:17:55  
Kiss Your Wife and extra time tonight - you got a keeper!

I credit mine with saving my 2N. In the deepest darkest days of its disrepair, I was considering getting rid of it. She stopped me.

There is an 8N just down the road from us a piece that appeared in a farmyard about a year and a half ago, and hasn't moved since. It is not an operational farm, but the woman living in the farmhouse says she wants $2,000 for it and implements which she can't describe or show me. That seemed like a bit much for a tractor that doesn't run and mystery implements.

However with winter coming, when my wife and I drive by it she will say something like, "do you think it is sad having to stay out in that yard all winter?"

God bless those tractor loving women!

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A man can't have TOO many tractors!

12-04-2001 09:14:58

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 Re: OLD 8N in reply to Mike B IL, 12-04-2001 06:17:55  
Check out my reasons for having two at the link below. Click arrows to see all four pictures.

Get it and have FUN!!

Larry 8N75381

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Gene Miller '48 and '51 8N's

12-05-2001 07:07:06

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 Re: Re: OLD 8N in reply to A man can't have TOO many tractors!, 12-04-2001 09:14:58  
Nope. A man can't have TOO many tractors. Great to have two of 'em when replacing fencing around the ranch as well as road grading with both the grader and box blade at the same time. Not to mention tractor racing around the ranch roads! Me and the '48 have a slight edge over the '51 and my son...for the moment!

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12-05-2001 17:37:28

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 Re: Re: Re: OLD 8N in reply to Gene Miller '48 and '51 8N's, 12-05-2001 07:07:06  
What on earth do the words "...too many tractors" mean?? You can have too many wives or too many children, and possibly too many dogs, but never too many tractors!

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Bill W.

12-04-2001 16:39:45

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 Re: Re: OLD 8N in reply to A man can't have TOO many tractors!, 12-04-2001 09:14:58  
Larry: enjoyed your pics. You are right in every way.

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12-04-2001 06:24:51

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 Re: OLD 8N in reply to Mike B IL, 12-04-2001 06:17:55  
Sounds like a great plan! What is the condition and price? Let us know if you get it!

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