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What no green ones. :D
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Nothing runs like a Deere. Don't you know that :p
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Oh Clipper those are FANTASTIC!!



My Dad just gave away his old Cletrac when he moved to Idaho...



Somewhere on FG is a pic of him doin' a "wheelie" on his tractor...

I'll see can I bump it for ya...



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Cant you make the pic smaller or post as an attachment Clipper?

It's really difficult to see it.
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Clipper wrote: Diarehha is not my forte when it comes to tractors....:D


Ok Ok You did do a awesome job restoring those hrmm um tractors. Sorry have hard time with non green tractors:D
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Sorry, yeah, to a friend of his who's wife wanted to put it in the front

yard and put pots of flowers on it!! :D





Somewhere, we have home movies of my little brother (he was maybe 2

or 3 back then... just turned 40!!) riding on the old Cletrac in front

of my Dad while he was discing the arena... and my little brother was

SOUND ASLEEP and you know how noisy those old Cletracs were/are!



Bumped that thread for ya... it's called Tractor Dad...



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Try the "Today's Posts" upper left in the green bar...



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WoooooHooooo Clipper!

N-i-c-e job restoring them! :-6
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Clipper wrote: Thanks Lil~B......To me they are more than just tractors. I look at em as a part of American Farming History. The wife loves driving em as well.....:D :D
Would you mind if I sent these pictures to my son? He'll just drool if he saw them!
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Clipper wrote: Go right ahead....glad to see youngsters interested in Old Iron.....:D :D
Thanks Clipper! ;)

My son just restored a 50's something, Allis Chalmers WD45 and is so proud of it. :)
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Very very nice! How long did a "typical" restoration take you?
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HAH cool...we used to have a tractor like that. Nice job.
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Can a tractor really be considered transportation ?

I just dont know. I think a spaceship could be considered transportation though. We should have a spaceship thread. :-6
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Clipper wrote: 800 man hours on the Cub.

1200 man hours for the Super A.

1600 man hours for the Super H.

Total expended on new parts for all 3 tractors was a little over $25K.


SWEEEEET Clip, & worth every minute of it! Outstanding jobs! My favoriate is the Super H, it just looks like a tractor. The smaller ones must be for beginners. :)
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