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Old 06-18-2005, 11:16:35 PM
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Assuming that I get the picture posted correctly, here is my latest project. I have been collecting parts and pieces to build a tractor for about a year now and it is all done except a few cosmetic items. Also I need to do some sprocket swapping as it goes really slow. Baby strollers could pass me. Got to think of a name for it. Thought you guys might like to see it. Thanks Harry for the site.
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John,
Did you go to Wamego Ks. last year? There was a neat, small Rumely tractor there last year that was along this style.

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John: Nice work . Looks like fun to drive .
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I saw a Rumely last year at a show. I think it was at Lathrop. They had done a really good job and that is what inspired me to try building one. I think that one had an IHC LB engine on it.
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Very nice "M" mobile, would make a great display I thought.
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Now there's something you dont see every day! Nice Job John!
That would be a good thing to ride around on at swap meets!
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