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    IH tractors & Equipment, particularly the letter series. Hey, 2+2s are pretty awesome too! IH Cub Cadets, 1X6/7 series. Model Railroading. Pre 1980 Schwinn bikes. Steam locomotives/trains.

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  1. Nice tractor. I'm happy for you. What's the car to the left of it in the pic?
  2. Yup. Floppy bed quarters, no rockers, half missing tailgate, bed not even sitting level on the frame anymore, etc. I wouldn't put a dime into it. Try to sell it- if that doesn't get you anywhere to the scrap yard it goes.
  3. it's a 60. If you are looking to buy it IMO they are worth their weight in gold. I've used one and am always amazed at how great of a job it does- plows under trash like it's nobody's buisness.
  4. You can have the one in my basement that's missing the handle for that. I'll provide shipping. 😄
  5. I don't know a lot about these windbreakers but I thought some of them bolted to the fenders and required modification (holes drilled). I like the design where they have a bracket that is off the seat.
  6. Just two lonely Cub Cadets. That's enough for me for right now.
  7. Truck has 135K and gets 16 MPG. Rental car is like 250 for 3 days and gets like 40 MPG. Leave the truck in the garage. No question about reliability.
  8. I did the math for a hotel room and rental car for 3 days it's more than what we are willing to spend. Plus that doesn't count food, etc for 3 of us. That combined with the uncertainty of the world we live in I just can't justify it. Sucks, but that's just the reality of the situation for me. I really hope for those that can make it and those putting it on they have a great show. 2022 is in Ohio and I'm really hoping the world will have pulled its head out of it's ass by that point so we can have a great show.
  9. Following up on this post: Realistically how likely is it going to be that this show is going to go on? I don't see an end to COVID or everything being closed in the future, and I'm not optimistic about this summer. Thinking about hotel cancellation policies, how many people will actually show, etc. How do others feel about this? Thoughts?
  10. When I'm not feeling well I'm short with my family, unintentionally....but we all yell at each other when we don't feel well so I have to take it if I'm going to give it.
  11. Thanks everyone for the insight, I appreciate it.
  12. WOW! That is an amazing looking machine!!! Love it!
  13. If we didn't have IH tractors to play with in the snow it'd make winter that much longer. Great pics.
  14. All of this talk of shops has me thinking about outfitting mine and adding to my collection of assets. I'm interested in acquiring a drill press at some point and wonder if there are differences in them. Bench top vs. stand alone, which is better and why? I've used a stand alone in a wood shop before, is it different than one I'd use in a DIY machine shop? If so, why? TIA.
  15. This is a really cool thread! Some of y'all have a lot invested in your buildings/businesses (tools, manuals, tractors, etc!) I feel like we could benefit from a shop tour- anytime anyone wants to see around mine it's always welcome to any IH enthusiast.
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