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21 hours ago, redturbo said:

After WW2,  my late Grandfather pulled this jd plow behind his H.  I know it’s green.

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Doesn't matter what color it is if it was Grandpa's!

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Forgot one!  Drive by twice a day.  This wagon used to sit in a bush behind the house.  When I pulled it out it fell apart.  Had drug this rock out the field.   Made it look like was hauling the rock & broke the wagon.  

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hart carter thresher aka John Deere on my lane into the ranch and a MM tractor

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John Deere plow that I bought from distant relatives. I repainted it for 4h in the late 90s.  2 row horse drawn Deere planter that was my grandpas.  He put a 3pt hitch on it and used it behind an 8n Ford.

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Not worth taking a picture in my yard. 1 old IH double bottom trailer plow and and a dump rake missing most of its teeth. Both sitting where they were when we bought the place. Rake gets moved to mow, plow not so much.

I just sold an old Case wood box drill toa lady who was going to make a flower planter. I told her to preserve the wood with some boiled linseed or it would disappear. It had been under cover for all its life. It had the grass seed attachment and we actually used that part of it years ago; not enough left of the drill to use.

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On 7/3/2020 at 11:01 PM, redturbo said:

Forgot one!  Drive by twice a day.  This wagon used to sit in a bush behind the house.  When I pulled it out it fell apart.  Had drug this rock out the field.   Made it look like was hauling the rock & broke the wagon.  

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Turbo------

Great idea with your BIGGG rock.  Will be laughing most of the day over your picture.

Hel! of it is-----if I had the wagon and rock---------my local friends would be shaking their heads saying "when is  that old guy gonna learn better???"🙄

I actually have a Studebaker wagon running gear that I should set out on display-------but there ain't no rocks for miles around!!!

Ya'll keep them coming------great thread.  All make for great displays.👍

 

DD

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I meant to put this on here last week but I kept forgetting to get a good picture until it was too dark. This drop spreader say on the edge of a field for ever just around the corner from where I live now. I distinctly remember the yellow lettering when my parents drove past that field on one of their Sunday afternoon country rides. My employer at the time purchased that piece of land and I asked if I could take it for yard decor. He said yes and now it greets people when they come to my place.

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Got this today, a case20200712_114902.thumb.jpg.00d490e2c00501934df09f0447866795.jpg

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I thought the dark skies in the West made a good backdrop for the McCormick Deering this afternoon and took a few pictures. Hardly any rain fell here but there was some down South. 

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 Calendar picture there.

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Mailbox post I made by bolting the steel wheel to a C cast center to set it up on. 

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